News: Spencer, Wis. (12 Mar. 1913)
Surnames: Bouker, Hartzman, Baldwin, Mellenthin, Metzger, Hayward, Richardson, Sylvester, Vanderhoof, Swan, Ingham, Heath, Holmes, Reas, Soles
----Source: Marshfield Times (Wood Co., Wis.) Wednesday, 12 Mar. 1913
Harry Bouker spent Sunday at his home in Rudolph.
Mrs. A. Hartzman spent several days in Milwaukee last week.
Baldwin Brothers were at Unity last week employed at their trade.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mellenthin, Sunday, March 9, a daughter.
Herman Metzger, day operator at the depot, took a short vacation last week.
Frank Hayward came down from Rib Lake Saturday night to spend Sunday at home.
Miss Verna Richardson is preparing for her spring millinery opening which will be Tuesday March 18.
Mrs. Robert Sylvester of Cochrane came Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wes. Vanderhoof. Miss Gertie Swan of Stevens Point came up Friday evening and visited at the home of her uncle until Monday.
The Musical at W. W. Swans Friday evening was a success in every way. About eighty people were present.
Mrs. Martha Ingham went to Tioga Thursday to spend a few days with her grandson, Rae Ingham and family.
Mrs. H. Heath, who has been spending the winter at Kenmare and Bismark, North Dakota, arrived home Tuesday.
Mrs. Earl Holmes and Mrs. Fred Reas entertained at Flinch Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Hayward and Mrs. F. A. Soles won the prizes.
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