News: Sydney, Wis. (5 Feb 1914)


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Surnames: Youker, Erlick, Skalmick, Schultz, Wittke, Klann, Swanson, Dux, Wood, Woodcock, Darling, Paulus, Taube


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Feb 5, 1914


Sydney, Wisconsin (5 Feb 1914)


Emil Youker baled hay for Mr. Erlick one day last week.


Miss Rose Skalmick visited her sister in Granton Wednesday.


Halley Schultz is quite sick with the grip.


A few of Mrs. Henry Wittke’s neighbors and friends gave her a surprise last Thursday evening it being her birthday.


Mrs. Chas. Schultz visited her mother, Mrs. Aug. Klann, Wednesday.


Emil Youker sawed wood for Mr. Swanson one day last week.


Little Aug. Klann has been sick with the grip.


Paul Dux called on Paul Schultz Sunday evening.


Nan Wood and Glynndolyn Woodcock spent Thursday with Mrs. Asa Darling.


Jim Paulus men have started cleaning out the ice house at the creamery.


Mrs. Schultz returned from Oshkosh Wednesday where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Taube.



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