News: Sydney (7 August 1914)

Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Klann, Zank, Schroeder, Tabue/Taube, Miller, Schwantz, Schultz, Karnitz, Mashake, Quinnell, Darling, Mrzik, Meyers


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  August 7, 1914


Sydney (7 August 1914)


Mrs. Aug. Klann spent Sunday at Aug. Zank’s.


Mrs. Schroeder and son and daughter spent one day last week with her son, Max.


Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tabue and family left for Oshkosh Wednesday after spending several weeks with Mrs. Taube’s mother.


Alice Miller and Dellaphine Taube spent Sunday with Lena and Frieda Klann.


Minnie Schwantz came home from Milwaukee Monday to visit her parents.


Chas. Taube and family and Mrs. Wm. Schultz spent Sunday with Chas. Karnitz and family.


Mr. Mashake and family came Tuesday morning from Chicago.


Meta Klann returned home Monday from Prairie du Sac.


Mrs. Chas. Taube spent last Tuesday with Mrs. Quinnell.


Paul Schultz was at Humbird one day last week.


Mrs. Asa Darling, who was ill, is reported better.


Miss Meta Klann returned home from Prairie du Sac Monday.


Mr. Mrzik’s furniture arrived Monday.


Mr. Meyers started bringing cream to the creamery Monday.


Miss Minnie Klann arrived home from Milwaukee for an extended visit with her parents.


Paul Schultz and Geo. Miller went to Alma Center on business Thursday.



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