News: Schilling Station (23 Feb 1911)


Surnames: Hembre, Vine, Elmer, Morgan, McGinnis, Salzwedel, Rossow, Engebretson, Syth, Bragstad, Johnson, Owen

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 23 Feb 1911

Iver Hembre over to Loyal Monday.

Ed Vine has been sick with the measles for the past week.

Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Elmer called on Wm. Morgan and family in the town of Eaton Tuesday.

Inga Hembre came home from Oshkosh Wednesday for a few week's visit with his parents.

Ella McGinnis attended the institute at Loyal Friday and Saturday.

Chas. Salzwedel received a carload of brick from Stanley last week for his new cheese factory.

A little baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rossow died Thursday. The funeral was held Sunday.

Edw. Engebretson sold a horse to Willie Syth last week.

O.C. Bragstad was home from camp a few days last week.

John E. Johnson sold his farm of forty acres to Mr. Owen of Loyal for $2,650. He will give possession soon.



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