News: Staadt (21 Aug 1912)
Surnames: Kantzer, Pennabecker, Juneman, Monickle, Reerborn, Tiffault-Kamps, Bragson, Walner, Newmeier, Krauter, Beedon, Coll, Strauss
----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Wednesday, August 21, 1912 | Page 8
Staadt, Wisconsin Local News
Henry Kantzer Sundayed at Marshfield despite the bad roads, but we all know why.
Laura Pennabecker was confined to the house for the past three weeks from a severe injury she sustained to one of her limbs.
John Juneman has been ill for the past few weeks, with a severe attack of the mumps. We all hope he will soon change for the better.
The Misses Emma and Irene Monickle and also Miss Carrie Reerborn Sundayed at home, returning to Marshfield in the evening.
Joe Kautzer is entertaining the people of this place with the new graphophone which he secured as a premium from Tiffault-Kamps of Marshfield. Just the thing for Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bragdon, who have been visiting with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Zopfi, for the past few months, returned to their home in Fond du Lac last week.
Mrs. Charlie Walner who has been at the Marshfield hospital for the past three weeks, returned home last Thursday. She has nearly recovered from the operation that was performed on her.
The dance at this place last Saturday was well attended. Who says the young folks here do not enjoy themselves. !t really seems pleasant to see them all get together and have a jolly good time.
Rumors say that Staadt is soon to have a store with a first class business man at the head of it who contemplates buying everything the farmer has to sell. This will certainly be a great boon to the people of this vicinity.
Newmeier & Carl Bros, completed their winter's cutting of wood this week. They cut nearly 1200 cords of wood the last two winters on about 60 acres of land, which they contemplate turning into a farm as soon as possible.
G. Krauter is contemplating a trip to Washington about the first of March, where he will join his brother Fred and probably make his future home there. We all hope he will have success in his venture although we deeply regret having him leave our circle.
L. J. Beedon, Ashland, Wis., was struck on the point of the elbow by a bolt in a high speeded pulley, cutting off a piece of the bone and nearly severing a muscle. He kept the wound dressed with Cole's Carbolisalve and in two weeks he was at work again. Cole's Carbolisalve is the perfect cure for wounds and sores. 25 by R. J. Strauss.
Obit: Wilcek, Jerome R. (1940 - 2008)
Surnames: Wilcek, Logan, Pawsznkrewicz, Reyes, Sompolinski, Hinojosa, Navarro, Leoanrd, Salvack, Lauer, Schubert, Cornernius
----Source: Marshfield News Herald, Marshfield, Wood Co., WI, Thur., 27 Nov. 2008
Wilcek, Jerome R. (30 Sept. 1940 - 25 Nov. 2008)
Jerome R. Wilczek, 68, Marshfield, died Tues., Nov. 25, 2008, in the emergency room of Saint Joseph's Hospital.
A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Fri., Nov. 28, 2008, at Rembs' Funeral Home (300 S. Oak Ave. - Marshfield, WI) with the Rev. James Logan officiating. The family will receive relatives and friends from 9:30 a.m. until service time Fri. at the funeral home.
He was born Sept. 30, 1940, in the town of Worden, Clark County, to Frank and Rose (Pawsznkrewicz) Wilczek. He married Teresa Reyes on Nov. 29, 1971, in Thorp. He and his wife managed the Auto Stop service station in Marshfield.
He is survived by his wife, Teresa; and by seven children, Linda (Joe) Sompolinski of Muskegon, Mich., Angel (Diane) Hinojosa of Auburndale, Pedro Hinojosa of Marshfield, Robert (Belinda) Hinojosa of Muskegon, Mich., Jesse Navarro of Marshfield, Maryann (Daniel) Leonard of Marshfield and Maximillion (Paula) Navarro of Hewitt. He is also survived by 16 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. He is further survived by brothers and sisters, Anton Wilczek of Chippewa Falls, Theresa Salvack of Stetsonville, Tenn., Joseph Wilczek of Greenwood, Mary Lauer of Illinois, Francis Wilczek of Lublin, Rose Schubert of Aurora, Colo., Henry Wilczek of Great Falls, Mich., Patrick Wilczek of San Antonio, Texas, William Wilczek of Medford, Virginia Concemius of Burnsville, Minn., and James Wilczek of Stetsonville.
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