News: Dewhurst (1 Jan 1914)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: King, Gates, Sparks, Sanders, Eggen, Jacobson, Stutheit, Schwanebeck
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Jan 1, 1914
Dewhurst (1 Jan 1914)
Miss Kittie King of Pittsville visited at the Gates home a few days.
Mrs. A. Sparks is quite low at present with lung fever.
J. Sanders and family were visiting at J. Eggen’s Sunday.
Mr. Jacobson has been down with rheumatism.
J. Eggen was sawing wood around Amelia last week.
Wm. Stutheit left Monday. He is going to stop in Iowa for a couple of days before returning to his home in Nebraska.
Matt Schwanebeck returned Saturday with his bride to make their home in Dewhurst and we all wish them much happiness and success.
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