News: Milan (25 Jun 1924)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Bartenquast, Bobbe, Brinner, Ellingson, Engle, Hanson, Heckman, Kallien, Mechelke, Meyer, Nebring, Paulson, Rodgers, Zell

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 6/25/2014

Originally published in the Milan Sentinel, Wednesday, June 25, 1924

Spend the Fourth at Milan.

Evelyn Brinner of Riverside is visiting at the Fred Kallien home.

Elmer Heckman, proprietor of the cheese factory which recently was destroyed by fire, has opened a skimming station at the school house opposite the factory to accommodate his patrons.

Albert Nebring St. and son Albert and daughter Agnes visited at the George Nebring home at Sheboygan for a few days returning Sunday evening.

Miss Bertha Hanson of Fond du Lac arrived here to visit for a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Hugo Bartenquast.

F. W. Bobbe and son and Miss Alman Mechelke and Eldred Ellingson drove to Marshfield Thursday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. George Rodgers and family and Mr. and Mrs. Chas Engle and daughter Marie were visitors at our village Friday evening.

Ed Zell called on relatives at Marshfield Sunday.

Arvin Ellingson and brother Eldred called at the Tribune office at Abbotsford Tuesday.

Mr. Alfred Meyer of Milwaukee is spending a few days at the Wm. Meyer home.

Mrs. Paulson of Stetsonville and Miss Mary Ellingson of Abbotsford spent Monday afternoon at the M. Ellingson home.



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