News: East Washburn (15 Oct 1914)

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Surnames: Kauth, Smith, Keys, Bender, Nickel, Ottow, Johnson, Hunter, Ferguson, Cramer, Fuetz, Harn, Fowell, Peterson, Schroeder

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/15/1914

East Washburn (15 OCT 1914)

Several neighbors hauled Pete Kauth’s household goods to Neillsville Thursday to be shipped to Lake Mills. Mr. Kauth departed the same day for their new home while the family remained for a visit among friends.

David Smith returned home Wednesday after a two weeks visit in southern Wisconsin and Indiana. He was accompanied by his nephew, David Keys, who will visit the David Smith and Logan Bender homes.

August Nickel and family spent Sunday at Will Ottow’s.

J. P. Johnson and family spent Sunday at John Johnson’s.

Frank Bender and family returned Friday to their home near Richland Center after a few days visit at Logan Bender’s.

Miss Ada Hunter spent last week in Granton with her sister, Mrs. Frank Ferguson.

John Bender and wife of Viola are spending a few days at the George Cramer home.

Christian Fuetz and family are returning home Friday after visiting at Gotham and other places.

John Harn and wife of Richland Center, Will Fowell and wife of Sylvan returned home Monday after a visit with Logan Bender and family.

Miss Hazel Cramer spent Saturday and Sunday at home.

Mrs. Peterson of Superior spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Otto Schroeder.

Sam Ferguson delivered hogs at Granton Monday.

 

 

 

 

 


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