News: Sydney (5 Mar 1914)
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Surnames: Miller, Schultz, Klann, Meyers, Olham, Dux, Wood, Woodcock, Wightman, Youker, Skalnick, Darling, Noll, Wagner, Zank, Sauerberg, Swanson, Goldammer
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Mar 5, 1914
Sydney (5 Mar 1914)
John Miller spent a few days of last week with Paul Schultz.
Will Klann returned to his work after a few days visit home.
Mr. Meyers helped Mr. Olham load a car of baled hay Wednesday.
Paul Dux has been sawing wood in this neighborhood this week.
Mrs. Wood and Glynndolyn Woodcock spent Monday at the home of C. Wightman.
Emil Youker and family spent Tuesday evening with Paul Schultz.
Rose Skalnick and brothers visited Asa Darling Wednesday evening.
The party at Paul Schultz’ Thursday evening in honor of Geo. Miller’s birthday was well attended. The evening was spent by playing cards and dancing, at midnight a bountiful supper was served. Among those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Noll and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Youker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Darling, Hulda Dux, Albert Wagner, Will Zank, Rudy Sauerberg, Chas. Swanson, Paul Dux, Mr. Meyers and Fritz Dux.
W. Meyers bought a new cream separator from Seif & Stellon.
Paul Schultz of Granton visited his grandmother a few days last week.
Emil Youker is baling hay for Carl Goldammer.
Stello Noll is home for a few days vacation.
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