News: Milan (2 Apr 1924)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Benzman, Blank, Chapman, Evans, Glock, Harry, Jakobi, Jurgemeyer, Krause, McKee, Parker, Piehler, Prentice, Schmidt, Schreiber, Soueck, Stauske, Wallner, Zell

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 4/02/2014

Originally published in the Milan Sentinel, Wednesday, April 2, 1924

Mrs. E. Harry left for Neenah Monday.

The Milan Community Club will meet with Mrs. Rob. Prentice Thursday, April 10th.

Geo. Blank transacted business at Colby last Thursday.

The Milan Hdw. Co. put up an Electric Light Plant for Con Jakobi last week.

Miss Margert Zell, who is attending Training School at Wausau came home Saturday for a week’s vacation.

The Sewing Circle met at the home of Mrs. Paul Benzman last Thursday.

Mrs. L. Chapman returned Saturday from a month’s visit at the home of her son in Chicago.

Miss Janet McKee left Thursday for Green Bay for several week’s visit with her sister, Mr. Wallner.

Henry Glock was at Colby last Wednesday between trains.

Johnston’s crackers are sold at John Schreiber’s. Try then once you will always like them. Buy then now.

Does your boy need shoes? Go to Evans’s Harness Shop. All leather shoes to clean up at $1.00 a pair.

Mrs. Stauske, Mr. Krause, Mrs. Jurgemeyer and Mrs. Soueck called on Mrs. Piehler during the week.

Miss Esther Zell is spending her Easter vacation at the home of her parents.

George Parker, Alfred and Galen Schmidt are home from Abbotsford for a week’s vacation.

Try those chocolates Éclair at John Schreiber’s. They are Johnston’s.



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