News: West Shortville (20 Feb 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Hagie, Matheson, Ottow, Strubing, McPherson, McCarl, Kegley, Conlin, Hanke, Linton, Matousek, Black, Horton

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/20/1919

West Shortville (20 Feb 1919)

Last Week
Cook Floyd Hagie returned home from Camp Grant, where he was honorably discharged.

Vera Matheson and children spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. Hagie.

Myrtle Ottow spent Sunday at home.

Dr. Matheson and family, Wm. Ottow and family, George Strubing and family, Clyde McPherson and John McCarl and Amos Kegley and family attended an oyster supper at Eugene Hagie’s home in honor of their son, Floyd.

Ed. Hagie spent Sunday at home.

Wm. Ottow and family and Geo. Strubing and family spent Sunday with Eugene Hagie and family.

This Week
Cleo Conlin and Cora Hagie spent Friday evening with Marion Hanke to help her celebrate her tenth birthday.

A rabbit supper was given at the Wm. Ottow home Saturday night. All reported a good time.

John McCarl and Floyd Hagie were Granton callers Wednesday.

Myrtle Ottow retuned home Saturday night after helping Mrs. Linton with her household duties a few weeks.

Mrs. W.H. Linton and Mrs. F. Matousek were at Granton Wednesday.

Mrs. H. Black has been on the sick list.

Cleo Conlin and Cora Hagie spent Saturday night and Sunday forenoon with Myrtle Ottow.

Mrs. McCarl has been spending a few days with Dr. Matheson and family.

Myrtle Ottow and Floyd Hagie spent Sunday evening with the Victor Horton family at Dells Dam.



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