News: Washburn Center (5 Feb 1914)
Surnames: Waterman, Carter, Wilding, Bue, Kuhn, Van Fleet, Kauth, Short, Zimmerman, Schroeder, Meters, Winters, Fentz, Bell
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Feb 5, 1914
Washburn Center (5 Feb 1914)
Ed Waterman is still quite sick.
There was a party at Jim Carter’s Friday night.
The Ladies Aid meets with Mrs. Jesse Wilding Feb. 12th.
Mrs. Geo. Bue returned home Friday from Janesville where she had been to attend her aunt’s funeral.
Paul Kuhn and wife spent Sunday at Jesse Wilding’s.
Mrs. Van Fleet spent Friday with her daughter.
Pete Kauth and wife spent Tuesday evening at J.A. Short’s.
There was a party at Mrs. Zimmerman’s Saturday night.
Mrs. Otto Schroeder spent Friday with her mother.
Lenora Meyers spent Sunday with the Kauth girls.
Tom Winters and wife spent Sunday at Andrew Short’s.
Miss Ethel Fentz spent Monday with her mother.
Little Eunice Waterman is sick with pneumonia,
Gladys Winters spent Sunday evening at Walter Bell’s.
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