News: Spencer, Wis. (18 Oct 1911)


Surnames: Miller, Utter, DeLovely, Holmes, Smith, Hayward, Pickett, Stahlmann, Blankenburg, Follet, Moon, Carlson, Bodle, Romaine, Eunson, Graves, Brown

----Source: Marshfield Times (Marshfield, Wisconsin) 18 Oct 1911 SPENCER. WISCONSIN

(Delayed In mail last week.) Dr. D. C. Miller has returned and is getting settled in his new quarters ready for business. Mrs. E. C. Utter and children have gone to Camp Lake to visit friends for several days. Mrs. DeLovely of Superior is spending a few days at the home of her nephew Earl Holmes. E. B. Smith came down from Rice Lake Saturday night and spent Sunday with his wife at the home of Dr. F. A. Soles.

J. K. Hayward returned last week from a few days visit at Fond du Lac, He expects to spend the winter here with his son Frank.

Lee Pickett is now day transfer man at the depot in the place of Mr. McDermott of Milwaukee who has been here a couple of months.

Mrs. C. H. Stahlman and two children went to their home at Marinette Friday after an extended visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Blankenbnrg.

Mrs. A. W. Follett came home from Phillips Friday having spent a month with her husband at Ashland and Phillips. Allie has again resumed his work on the railroad.

Wm. Moon held an auction at his place Saturday afternoon to sell off household 'goods and some other personal property. Mr. Moon will go to Fond du Lac and his house will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Tony Carlson.

Mrs. Agnes Pickett is trying to secure a renter for her house for several months, as she desires to move into the tenant house on her mother's farm, and thus be near her school work.

Mrs. D. Bodle is having her store building put up two stories which will make a much better looking structure. She will finish off two offices on the second floor and is not yet decided how the rest of the room will be utilized.

Mrs. E. W. Romaine arrived last week from Acton, Montana where she has spent several months with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Eunson, and has taken up a homestead. After spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Graves, she went to Loyal to visit her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Brown.

Mrs. Ethel Allen Walsh died Sunday Oct. 1st, at her home in New Mexico and her body, accompanied by her husband, her father, G. W. Allen and brother Freeman,, was brought to Loyal, her former home for burial. The funeral occurred Sunday. Mrs. A. A. Damon and daughter Ina, drove over to attend the funeral.




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