News: Braun Settlement (25 Feb 1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Braun, Franz, Talso, Horn, Stark, Woepse, Shanks, Seibold, Miller, Reineking, Haig, Kern, Reber, Speich, Schlinsog, Damrow, Blecha, Sturtz, Grey, Gerlach

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (25 Feb 1926)

Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Geo. Braun March 4th. All are welcome.

Aug. Franz has the mumps. First one in our school.

Theo Braun is on the sick list.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Braun, Mrs. Geo. Braun and daughter and Mr. W.E. Braun called at the Theo Braun home Monday.

Rudic Talso is assisting with the work at the cheese factory.

Ervin Horn came home last week from Madison where he has taken a course in cow testing.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Stark, Alma and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Braun and Mr. and Mrs. O. Horn and family visited Sunday with Speichs.

Mrs. F. Horn is visiting with relatives and friends at Curtiss.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Horn and son, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Horn and children, and Mrs. Robert Horn visited Sunday with Woepses.

Carl Franz and Oscar Miller are busy hauling gravel.

John Seibold bought a heifer of Wm. Braun.

Albert Shanks is painting at Gusta Horn's.

Miss Selma Miller is working for Mrs. Otto Reineking.

Clarence Haig was hauling logs to Withee last week.

Mrs. George Kern Jr. returned home Tuesday after a few week's visit at Plymouth with her folks.

Miss Alma Miller called on Mrs. Adolph Geisler one day last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Horn and family visited at Carl Reber's one evening last week.

We are pleased to hear the Mr. Schlinsog's mother, who was sick is getting better.

Some of the neighbors helped Herman Damrow and Ed Braun haul limestone one day last week.

Sam Sturtz called on his son James Sunday afternoon.

The Blecha children spent Thursday evening at the Gerlach home.

Alfred Grey was seen on our street Sunday.



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