News: Auburndale (12 June 1919)

 
Contact: Ken Wood

 

Surnames: Connor, Taucher, Lawrie, Berg, Fuerher, Robl, Manlick, Schluenz, Franz, O’Brien, Gotz, Feit, Cramer, Kundinger, Ristow, Grube, Berdan, Hafer, Budtke, Franz, Schultz

 

----Source: Grand Rapids Tribune (Wood County, Wis.) Thursday, 12 June 1919

Auburndale

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Connor on Thursday June 5th.

Mrs. J. Taucher of Stetsonville who has been visiting at the J. Lawrie home returned to her home Monday.

Grube Berg, Louis Fuerher and Charles Robl returned home from overseas last week.

Mrs. John Manlick and children who have been visiting relatives at Manitowoc returned home Saturday.

The 8th grade graduates from the Auburndale graded school are Margaret Schluenz, Arvilla Franz and Robert O'Brien.

Mrs. J. Feit of Stevens Point and Mrs. P. Cramer of Hewitt were Auburndale visitors Friday.

Miss Mamie Gotz left for a visit with friends and relatives at Park Falls Monday.

Miss Margarel Kundinger and Mr. Monday to attend a wedding at Stratford.

Rev. A. Ristow left on a business trip to Eau Claire Monday.

Miss Louise Grube left Monday to attend teachers institute at Grand Rapids.

Rev. A. Ristow confirmed the following class at St. John's Lutheran church Sunday: Helen Berdan, Martha Gotz, Ruby Hafer, Adelia Budtke, Arvilla Franz, Norma Ristow and Margaret Schluenz.

Miss Esther Schultz was a Stratford visitor Sunday.

Miss Margaret Kundinger and Mr. Joseph Koller, both well known and respected citizens of this place were united in marriage Tuesday morning at 9 A. M. at St. Mary's Catholic church. The couple were attended by Miss Marie Koller, a sister of the groom and Mr. George Kundinger Jr. a brother of the bride. They have the best wishes of the entire community.

 

 


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