News: West Side (15 Oct. 1931)

Transcriber: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Syth, Susa, Dillenbeck, Stafford, Rossman, Hatton, Dimler, Papanich, Meiner, Duell, Dimler

----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 15 Oct. 1931

Vern Syth sawed wood for Albert Susa Monday.

Those who were dinner guest at the R. Dillenbeck home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Stafford and son Harry, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stafford, Mrs. Paul Rossman and son Bobby, Mrs. F. Hatton and son Russel, Mr. And Mrs. Orville Dimler and family.

L. Dimler sold a cow to Mrs. Papanich M onday.

We are glad to hear that Mr. Meiner, who had a stroke two weeks ago is on the gain.

Albert Susa last a valuable cow last week.

Mrs. A Duell helped Mrs. A. Susa cook for wood sawers Monday.

A number of Russel Hatton’s friends surprised him Saturday evening and reminded him of his birthday. A very good time was reported.

Mrs. R. Dillenbeck and Mrs. M. Dillenbeck and Mrs. Orville Dimler and Arbutus and Mr. and Mrs. L. Dilmer were visitors at the Janesville Settlement school last week.



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