News: Milan (7 Nov 1923)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Baeger, Calmus, Ellingson, Foltz, Glock, Gould, Grabawoski, Hanneman, Kline, Radlinger, Piehler, Schreiber

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 11/19/2014

Originally published in the Milan Sentinel, Wednesday, November 7, 1923

Miss Hattie Grabawoski is not employed at the John Schreiber home.

Miss Carline Radlinger and William Kline retuned from Milwaukee where they have been employed the past several months.

Rev. W. Piehler was an Athens caller Saturday.

Ben Foltz of Wonewoc is visiting at the Art Foltz home.

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ellingson had dental work done at Abbotsford Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanneman drove to Marshfield Friday. Mr. Hanneman drove back in a new Dodge four passenger couple.

Mrs. Chas. Gould and children are now occupying the upstairs rooms in Julius Hanneman’s residence.

Mrs. Julius Hanneman has been ill for the past two weeks.

Chas. Ellingson and family spent Wednesday evening at the M. C. Ellingson home.

Editor Clark was a caller here Thursday.

Miss Catherine and Josephine Calmus, Henrietta Glock and Margaret Ellenbecker left Monday for Milwaukee, where they will be employed this winter.

Ladies of the little White Church will hold its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Baeger Tuesday, November 6.

Mrs. Art Foltz was a Marshfield visitor Friday.



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