News: Milan (26 Mar 1924)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Anders, Bedrowski, Bobbe, Ellingson, Faucher, Folz, Glock, Haderlein, Hannaman, Heinze, Knutson, Kramer, Peterson, Poehm, Schmidt, Schreiber, Wogernese, Wolsley

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 3/26/2014

Originally published in the Milan Sentinel, Wednesday, March 26, 1924

John Schreiber transacted business at Wausau during the week.

Rubbers and rubber boots at the Milan Store Company.

Fred Bobbe and family spent Sunday with E. Kramer and family.

Miss Wolsley R. N. of Eau Claire, who has had charge of Mr. Anders the past two weeks, returned to her home Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Faucher were Abbotsford callers Saturday.

Mrs. Henry Glock and daughter, Carmen were at Colby last Tuesday between trains.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Haderlein, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hannaman and Mr. and Mrs. Art Folz drove out to Otto Hannaman’s Sunday to help him celebrate his birthday.

Easter Millinery at John Schreiber’s Store.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bedrowski moved to Milan last week.

Henry Glock made a business strip to Abbotsford last Wednesday.

Mrs. Knutson, Peterson and Hinze were Abbotsford and Colby callers Saturday.

The Ellingson-Schmidt Lumber Co. received a carload of cedar posts during the past week.

Quite a number of the Milan ladies pleasantly surprised Mr. Frank Wogernese last Wednesday in honor of her birthday. All report a fine time.

Mrs. M. Ellingson was at Abbotsford Wednesday.

Mrs. Anton Poehm went to Marshfield Saturday to visit with relatives.



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