News: Auburndale (24 Feb 1905)



Surnames: Kennedy, Schill, Chapin, Kliner, Lang, Scharman, Drollinger, Herman, Morris, Madenwold, Krengs, Hood, Schultz, Baltus, Connor, Van Ryzen, VanRysen, Knilans, Lanzaier-Grassel, Pankratz, Drollinger, Haessley, Luepke, Connor, Lurhsen, Reveling, Schroeder, Graham


----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Wednesday, August 21, 1912 | Page 8



Auburndale, Wisconsin Local News


Ed Kennedy was in Stratford Sunday.


Matt Schill was in Marshfield Wednesday.


Mrs. Ed. Chapin is on the sick list this week.


Geo. Smith made a Business trip to Sherry Mills Monday.


Mr. Kliner of Kliner Lang & Scharman, was in town Tuesday.  


Wm. Drollinger and Louis Herman drove over from camp Sunday.


Peter and Nicholas Scbill were Marshfield visitors on Wednesday.


Robt. Morris County Supt, of Schools was in the village Tuesday.


Otto Madenwold, Conrad Krengs and David Hood went to Laona Friday.


Otto and Emil Schultz have been home the past few days on account of sickness.


Miss Tillie Baltus is assisting in R. Connor's store during their special sale.


Will Van Ryzen has been out of the store for a few days on account of sickness.


Dr. D. A, Knilans of Marshfield made his regular visit at the Auburndale House Monday.


A number from this vicinity attended the Lanzmaier-Grassel wedding at Sherry Tuesday.


Louis Pankratz who has been laid up with a broken leg was able to be out on the street last week. About thirty young people enjoyed the Sunday school social held at Wm, Drollinger's place Saturday evening.


John Haessley had a horse severely injured struggling through the snow banks with a load of barley last Tuesday.


August Luepke the new blacksmith in the west end of town has a nice new shop, new tools and everything up-to-date.


Craig Connor and Cully Lurhsen who have been attending High School at Marshfield are home on account of sickness.


Several of the farmers north of town are hauling sand from the Little Sau Pleihe preparatory to building in the spring.


Miss Carrie Reveling who has been spending a few days with her parents in North Auburndale returned to Marshfield, Wednesday evening.


Wm. Schroeder who has been in charge of K. Connor Go's blacksmith shop, has gone 'to Tomah, Wis., where he has purchased an interest in a shop.


The roads are in a very bad condition everywhere in this section. Last Sunday morning as Mrs. Ed Kennedy was driving to church her horse broke one of its hind legs while struggling through the deep snow banks in the edge of the village.


Master Franklin Graham was assisted by several of his young friends in celebrating his 4th birthday last Sunday afternoon at the home of his parents (Mr. and Mrs. F, E. Graham. After indulging in games and amusements of all sorts, lunch was served at 4:30 after which the little folks departed wishing him many happy returns of the day. The following were present: Gordon Welch, Anah Graham, Beatrice Cady, Alice, Anna and Ellen Kennedy, Walter and Margaret Brandel, Walter and Alma Berdan, and Arnold Kennedy.


North Auburndale


Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ole Warmun last Thursday, a girl.


Matilda and Regina Mundt drove to Marshfield last Saturday.


Frank Colbeck had a runaway last Saturday in Marshfield.


Chas. Krenpin went to Marshfield Saturday on business.


Alice Teske called on Matilda Mundt last Thursday evening.

The surprise card party on Cora Rogney last Thursday evening was well attended.


Herman Mundt received his new horse harness from Sheboygan from his cousin Wm. Sackse.



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