News: West Side (20 Aug 1925)

Contact: Stan
Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Dimler, Barr, Waseca, Marvin, Churkey, Susa, Merlak, Schirmer, Benjamin

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (20 Aug 1925)

Mr. and Mrs. Lou Dimler were Neillsville callers Saturday.

Several from around here attended the K.K.K. picnic at Hatfield Sunday.

Mr. F. Barr called on L. Dimler Sunday evening.

Mrs. Waseca and daughter Sophie were seen on our road Monday afternoon.

Mr. W.W. Marvin and sons Bill and Harry and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Marvin called at Lou Dimler's Thursday morning.

Chas. Churkey threshed for Lou Dimler last Friday, that was his first threshing job this year. He is threshing north from here at present.

Sophie Waseca hleped her sister, Mrs. J.J. Susa, cook for the threshers Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. L. Dimler called at the F. Barr home Sunday.

Mrs. Merlak and children attended church in Willard Sunday.

Mr. Geo. Schirmer has been sick, but is some better now.

Martin Merlak visited with Glen Benjamin Monday a.m.

 

 


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