News: East Weston-West York (2 Jan 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Robinson, Holt, Baley, Zickert, Peck, Grosnick, Armitahe, Demouth, Broker, Asplin, Wendt

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 1/2/1919

East Weston-West York (2 Jan 1919)

Glen Robinson is home from Minnesota to spend his holiday vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robinson.

Private Clarence Holt came on Christmas morning for a three-day visit with the home folks. He returned to camp Saturday.

Mrs. Ed. Baley, Jr., is able to be out again after several weeks’ illness.

F.J. Zickert was a Marshfield caller between trains Saturday. He called on Chas. Peck at the St. Joseph Hospital while there.

The Otto Grosnick, R.B. Armitage and W.J. Armitage families and Mrs. C.E. Demouth ate Christmas dinner at Mrs. Rose Broker’s.

Mrs. Clinton Asplin, who has been very ill, is some better at this writing.

Fred Wendt and son, Alvin, are sick with the flu.



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