News: Sydney (3 Sept 1914)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: McKinney, Schroeder, Klain, Kernety, Hennry, Darling, Howard, Schuktz, Domek, Sauerberg


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  September 3, 1914


Sydney (3 Sept 1914)


Paul McKinney came up from Taylor Sunday morning.


Max Schroeder helped his brother in Lewis thrash, Saturday.


Misses Matta and Minnie Klain left Tuesday for Portage where they will attend the fair and from there Minnie will return to Milwaukee.


Miss Emma Kernety spent Saturday with Max Schroeder and wife.


Mrs. Hennry and two children of Bangor visited Asa Darling a few days last week and returned Sunday, Mrs. Darling going back with her for a short time.


Mr. Howard has been pretty busy out this way putting up lightning rods.


Mrs. Aug Klain and son August and Mrs. Chas. Schultz went to Marshfield last week to have little August’s eyes fitted with glasses.


Mr. and Mrs. Domek and children visited with Sauerbergs Sunday.


The rain Saturday night stopped some from going to the party at Chas. Schultz’s, but those that were there report a good time.




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