News: East Washburn (21 Feb 1913)


Surnames: Hohenstein, Pool, Poff, Slocomb, Wolf, Kuechenmeister, Galbreath, Beebe, Cramer, Kauth, Obrien


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  02/21/1913


Not seeing any news from our burg, we will write a few items, and if they don’t find the waste basket this time, we will come again.


The teachers in Washburn were all in attendance at the institute in Neillsville the last of the week.


The home talent here are preparing to give a play entitled "Tattlers are the Pet of Squatters Gulch," in the church in the near future.


Mrs. Pete Hohenstein returned home yesterday from Mendota, very much improved.


Mrs. Pool is caring for Mrs. Poff who is very sick at this writing.


Ira Slocomb, Elsie Wolf and Anita Kuechenmeister were welcome guests at the Robert Galbreath home Saturday evening.


Mrs. Beebe and Mrs. Cramer and children spent Friday with Mrs. John Kauth.


Mrs. Rob Galbreath was a Neillsville caller Friday.


If you want a real newsy paper subscribe to the Granton News.


Ed Obrien went to Milwaukee Wednesday.


Geo. and Peter Cramer loaded a car of hay in Neillsville last week.



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