News: South Hull (4 Sept. 1919)
Contact: Stan

Surnames: Kunze, Huhn, Brehm, Pope, Parker, Davis, Dallman, Smith, Wilson, Brotherton, Chase, Schulte, Bartell, Goehring, Forbish, Tupper

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 09/04/1919

South Hull, Wis. - Sept. 4, 1919

Wm. Kunze and family called at the Chas. Huhn home last Monday evening.

Gust Brehm drove to Athens last week to help his father with threshing and silo filling.

Wayne Pope left last Saturday for a two weeks visit at Weyauwega, Waupaca and other points.

C. B. Parker and family of Milan motored over last Monday evening to visit at the Bert Pope home.

Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Davis spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Davis, parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dallman.

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith spent Sunday afternoon visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dallman and family.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Wilson and family of Unity were callers at the Bert Pope home one evening last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brotherton left last Friday for Manitowoc after a two weeks visit here with relatives and friends.

Miss Louise Wilson and Mrs. Clifford Chase of Fond du Lac were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pope last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Huhn and their guests from Chicago, called Sunday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Schulte west of Unity.

Mr. Will Bartell and family of Greenwood and Mrs. Geo. Goehring and family of Loyal were entertained Sunday at the Henry Forbish home.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Forbish and daughter Miss Florence and Mrs. Pearl Tupper of Sheboygan were visitors at the E. A. Smith home last Tuesday evening.

Mrs. Anna Huhn of Chicago and *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.



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