News: Columbia (8 Aug 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Wright, Novak, Bornholdt, Bohnhoff, Iverson, Lithold, Keran, Ehlert, Schwedland, Putz, Sweetland
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/8/1918
Columbia (8 Aug 1918)
Alfred Wright and family of Fond du Lac arrived Saturday evening by auto for a couple of weeks visit with his mother, Mrs. Emma Wright, and other relatives.
Mrs. Albert Novak is entertaining her sister from St. Paul this week.
Three Neillsville mail carriers and two from Granton were here to attend the Bohnhoff funeral.
Mrs. Ted Bornholdt came down from Neillsville to attend the funeral of Fred Bohnhoff.
Roy Iverson has moved onto the Lithold place, more commonly known as the Leve place. He will work for Mr. Lithold. The Keran family, who have been living there, have returned to Las Crosse, as their son, Harry, has been called for military service.
Charles Ehlert was quite ill last week and under the doctor’s care, but is reported better at this writing.
We are glad to hear that Mrs. Ted Bornholdt has been hired to teach our school again the coming year. She has tAught here the past four years and we are all glad to welcome her back.
School meetings for letting of the school rigs were held Saturday evening. The following will be our rig drivers for the coming year: Henry Schwedland, Frank Putz, Theo, Bornholdt and Lee Sweetland
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