News: Southeast Weston (13 Feb 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Ripke, Dahnert, Wilke, Kroll, Irvine, Northup, Bohnsack, Rideau, Henderson, Imig, Steinhaus, Fredericka, Appleyard

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/13/1919

Southeast Weston (13 Feb 1919)

Misses Helen and Leona Ripke have recovered from their recent illness.

Miss Ethel Dahnert is visiting her sister, Mrs. Arnold Wilke.

C.C. Kroll recently lost a valuable horse.

Miss Eulah Irvine of Neillsville visited school last Thursday and Friday.

Percy Northup and family have moved onto a farm in York.

Mrs. Henry Bohnsack is reported sick again.

Henry Kroll is slowly recovering from pneumonia.

Mr. and Mrs. Rideau of Stratford visited C.C. Kroll and family last Sunday.

Notices have been sent to the people in our district for a War Savings Society meeting at the school house Wednesday evening, Feb. 12. Mr., Henderson of Neillsville High School will be the speaker and a short program will be given by the school children.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Imig and sons spent an afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Steinhaus a short time ago.

Little Clarence Wilke is sick with a bad cold.

Mrs. C.C. Kroll and Miss Fredericka visited Oak Leaf Farm last Thursday afternoon.

Miss Fannie Appleyard attended a party in Pine Valley last week.

Arnold Wilke brought his car home from the garage in Neillsville last Saturday afternoon.



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