News: Seif (20 Mar 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Humboldt, Landes, Halbrader, Kalkofen, Peterson, Bertholdt, Burge, Lange, Manthey, Boyer, Voigt, Flick, Dux, Glasow, Pritchett, Wightman, Pitts, Rosenberg, Zeigler, Larson, Morgan, Seig, Gall, Walker, Olson, Schoenwetter, Sapeiga, Mund, Schwamb
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/20/1919
Seif (20 Mar 1919)
Mrs. Wm. Humboldt and daughter, Stella, Mrs. J.W. Landes and Mrs. E.J. Landes spent Monday at the Aug. Halbrader home.
Mrs. Fred Kalkofen, who has been spending several days with her parents, returned to her home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Halbrader Sunday.
Herman Bertholdt and wife called on Gus. Burge and wife Sunday afternoon.
Frank Lange and family were callers at Aug. Halbrader’s Sunday afternoon.
Willie Manthey spent Sunday with the home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. George Boyer, Ella Voigt and Vern Flick motored to Tioga Sunday.
Miss Stella Humboldt and Emil Dux visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Glasow Sunday afternoon.
Wm. Humboldt and wife and Ora Pritchett and wife called at the Ed. Wightman home Sunday.
J.A. Pitts attended the Rosenberg auction Wednesday.
Ted Zeigler bought several loads of hay from Peter Larson.
Albert Voigt and Frank Morgan each took a load of feed to Neillsville Saturday.
Lewis Glasow and wife called at the John Seif home Saturday evening.
Mrs. Aug Halbrader and Mrs. Clarence Peterson spent Monday afternoon with Albert Manthey and Mrs. Mike Gall.
O.W. Pritchett and family visited at O. Olson’s Monday evening.
C. Walker is building a front porch on his bungalow.
Herbert Schoenwetter is still busy hauling bolts to Tioga.
Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Pritchett drove to Willard Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Pritchett, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bertholdt and Mr. and Mrs. C. Peterson were all Neillsville callers Wednesday.
Mrs. Mike Gall, who is spending several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Manthey, called on several neighbors in this vicinity Tuesday.
Aug. Halbrader transacted business in Greenwood on Thursday.
Tony Sapeiga went to Fairchild Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. L. Glasow took dinner with the O.W. Pritchett family Thursday.
Herman Bertholdt had the sawyers Thursday and Friday.
Clinton Walker, who has been on the sick list, is gaining.
O.W. Pritchett, who has rented the John Mund farm, took possession on the 15th of this month.
Mrs. John Schwamb called at the O. Olson home Sunday.
The Ladies Aid will meet Thursday, April 3rd, with Mrs. Wm. Humboldt.
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