News: Schilling Station (09 Jun 1910)

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Surnames: Hembre, Bragstad, Hendrickson, Butcher, Christianson, Richeleu, Vine, Severson, Wellen

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (09 Jun 1910)

Inga Hembre returned to Oshkosh Thursday.

Mrs. Olive Bragstad is still on the sick list.

Myrtle Hendrickson came home from Chicago Thursday.

Bessie Butcher and her cousin visited at Hembre's Friday.

Ole Christianson from Everett, Wash. visited his sister, Mrs. Carl Richeleu Thursday.

Ed Vine has moved his family onto the Thos. Vine farm, which he has rented.

A little girl of John Severson's had the misfortune to brake her arm Saturday.

Jerry Vine, who sold his farm to L. Wellen has moved his family onto the Ed Vine place.

 

 


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