News: Southeast Weston (7 Nov 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Zickert, Strangfelt, Turville, Schaefer, Lastofka, Hurlburt, Campbell, Jacob, Radke, Sommer, Steinhaus, Plummer, Wilke, Dahnert, Northup

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/7/1918

Southeast Weston (7 Nov 1918)

Frank Zickert and Joe Strangfelt, who have been sick with influenza, have recovered.

William Turville is home again after spending the summer on the Slocomb farm near Loyal.

Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schaefer and family, Mrs. Pete Schaefer and Joe Lastofka spent an evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hurlburt recently.

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Campbell Oct. 22. They have named him Gordan William.

Paul Jacob called at the Carl Radke home last Sunday.

Miss Myrtle Sommer of Sheboygan is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Steinhaus.

Grace Turville returned to her school in Sherwood last Tuesday.

Wm. Plummer, supt. of the county farm, visited Hurlburt’s Saturday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilke, son Clarence, and Miss Hannah Turville spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dahnert.

We are glad to learn that Percy Northup’s eye is rapidly getting better. He is having it treated at Marshfield.

Misses Hannah, Carrie and Grace Turville and Wm. Turville spent Monday evening at Oak Leaf farm.



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