News: Nasonville (20 Mar 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Nebling, Krause, Haltaufderheide, Nelson, Schultz, Thiel, Fischer, Snow, Sherman, Ramer, Christenson, Kleiner, Duchow, Yankee, Schultz, Paulson, Cattanach, Ziegahn, Davis

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/20/1914

Mrs. Lena Nebling has been staying with Mrs. Wm. Krause for a few days.  She returned to her home at Neenah last Thursday.

Edwin Haltaufderheide was seen on our streets a week ago Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelson spent Sunday at Herman Schultz.

Miss Jennie Nelson and Miss Hattie Schultz spent the latter part of last week at Martin Nelson’s.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thiel went to New Holstein last Saturday to attend the funeral of the former’s

 brother Henry Thiel.

Mr. Willie Fischer, who has been staying among relatives here, returned home Monday.

Mrs. Glen Snow returned home from Grand Rapids where she has been staying with Mrs. Louis Sherman.

Little Agnes Ramer who has been very sick is reported some better.

Miss Lillian Christenson and Miss Libbie Kleiner will start for Washington the last of this week.

Mr. Ed Duchow and son Leonard are busy hauling stones from the Wm. Yankee place.  They will put up a new dwelling house this summer.

Miss Hattie Schultz and Miss Jennie Nelson attended the funeral of Franklin Horn near Mill Creek last Friday.

Miss Letia Paulson is staying with her sister Mrs. John Cattanach.

Miss Laura Ziegahn spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Magdalen Davis.

Neighbors, friends and relatives spend an enjoyable evening at Herman Thiel’s last week Thursday.




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