News: Columbia (16 Apr 1914)


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Surnames: Tykac, Ehlert, Norton, Twamley, Bardholts, Baumel, Schlender, Lockman, McKinney, Simdelar, Sweetland, Haas, Wieland, Starrett, Braman, Larson, Apfel, Wright


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Apr 16, 1914


Columbia (16 Apr 1914)


Theodore Tykac was here from Granton one day last week.


Mr. Ehlert expects to build a silo this summer.


Mr. Norton lost a horse last week.


Irving Twamley expects to saw wood of Messrs. Bardholtz and Baumel soon.


A. Schlender received a carload of cement.


Mr. Lockman and Leat McKinney were at Neillsville on business Thursday.


Mr. Simdelar shipped some calves on Thursday.


Mr. Sweetland was at Eau Claire last week.


Miss Haas spent the weekend with Miss Mable Schlender.


Mr. Wieland was up from Waukesha Monday with two men to look over the Starrett farm, which he owns.


Mr. and Mrs. Braman called on Peter Larson and family Sunday.


John Apfel and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Wright.



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