News: West Shortville (20 Mar 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Slocomb, Ottow, Black, Lenskow, Lezotte, Rodman, Conlin, Hagie, Handke, Prange, Juncheon, Wesenberg, Cole, Stevens, Horton, McPherson, McCarl, Strubing, Skoda, Linton

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/20/1919

West Shortville (20 Mar 1919)

Miss Slocomb spent Saturday and Sunday at the Wm. Ottow home.

Harry Black’s children are on the sick list.

Mrs. Herman Lenskow and children went to Chicago Saturday to spend a couple weeks with friends and relatives.

Tony Lezotte’s infant son died Tuesday morning of spinal meningitis. The funeral was held Friday. They have their friends’ deepest sympathy.

One of Horace Rodman’s horses is sick.

Cleo Conlin, Cora Hagie and Myrtle Ottow spent Wednesday evening with Miss Slocomb and the Handke family.

They started making cheese on Wednesday with Mr. Prange as cheese maker.

Ernest Juncheon baled hay one day last week.

Don’t tell anybody, but a baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wesenberg one day last week. They are looking for a hired girl also.

Mrs. Cole is entertaining company from parts unknown.

Harry Black and Arthur Stevens made a business trip to Granton on Thursday.

Floyd Hagie spent a few days at the Horton home.

Eugene Hagie and family, Clyde McPherson and son, and John McCarl spent Sunday evening with Wm. Ottow and family.

George Strubing and family spent Sunday afternoon at Hagie’s.

Mr. Skoda is on the sick list.

Mr. and Mrs. Linton and Cora Hagie spent Sunday afternoon at Wm. Ottow’s.



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