News: Nasonville (28 Nov 1913)



Surnames: Eibergen, Schultz, Krause, Nelson, Cornwell, Carpenter, Meyers, Drake, Harding, Barth, Ebert, Graves, Huls, Richter, Kuechenmeister, Harvey, Thayer, Zorn, Bladl


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/28/1913


Miss Jennie Eibergen spent a few days with Miss Hattie Schultz.


Mrs. Wm. Krause called on Mrs. Herman Schultz Monday evening.


Martin Nelson and lady friends spent Sunday at Gilbert Nelson’s.


Miss Hattie Schultz and Miss Nina Cornwell spent last Wednesday with Magdalene Carpenter.


The Misses Margareth and Emma Meyers, Jennie Eibergen and Hattie Schultz, and Mrs. Earl Drake spent Sunday evening at Abel Harding’s.


Most all of the hunters have returned, some will try their luck over.


Miss Bertha Barth continues to improve and takes an occasional carriage ride.


Mrs. Ed Ebert, born Minnie Barth, is her from Dakota on an extended visit at the John Barth home.


Arleigh Graves, son of Mrs. Jennie Graves, the other day set fire to powder concealed in a bottle and was badly burned and cut about the face and hands through the explosion.


Mrs. Wm. Huls of Brillion is here visiting her daughter Mrs. F. Richter and family since Wednesday.


Miss Selma Kuechenmeister came home from Stevens Point on Wednesday for a two week visit.


Mr. and Mrs. Will Harvey of Unity are visiting at W.J. Thayer’s since Wednesday.


Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Zorn of Brillion are visiting his brothers Wm. and Frank here since Wednesday.


Mrs. John Bladl and children spent Wednesday with relatives at Chili.




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