News: Milan (21 May 1924)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Belbeck, Blanke, Calmes, Ellingson, Faucher, Foltz, Rudberg, Schode, Van Sleet

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 5/21/2014

Originally published in the Milan Sentinel, Wednesday, May 21, 1924

Watch for Market Day.

Mr. and Mrs. Art Foltz, Ben Foltz and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Faucher attended the funeral of their nephew at Unity Monday.

A. B. Ellingson went to Hawkins Saturday, returning Sunday with his car which he had left during the rainy spell.

Frank Van Sleet of Unity was a caller here Monday.

Fred Bobbe was a caller here Monday.

Geo. Blank and M. C. Ellingson autoed to Ogema on business Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ellingson spent Sunday at Abbotsford at the Anton Ellingson Home.

Mr. Rudberg of St. Paul was a business caller here Friday.

Miss Esther Schode, and Miss Josephine Faucher accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanke by auto to Wausau Friday.

Bigger and Better than even what? Market Day at Milan.

The farmers south of Milan unloaded a car of lime this week, and we believe that it is the introduction of alfalfa growing here.

A. B. Ellingson was at Athens on business Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Belbeck of Cornell spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ellingson, Mrs. Ellingson returned to Cornell with them Monday where she will spend a week visiting with relatives.

Miss Katherin Calmes was home at Wuertberg over the weekend.



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