News: East Weston – West York (17 Apr 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Runge, Metcalf, Demouth, Armitage, Diercks, Grosnick, McKimm, Schaefer, Dahnert, Seif, Richardson, Begley, Brown, Haack, Knutsen, Hannah, Hurlburt

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/17/1919

East Weston – West York (17 Apr 1919)

Mrs. Chas. Runge has been quite ill. Elsie Metcalf is attending to her household duties for her.

Mrs. C.E. Demouth returned from a two weeks’ visit in Loyal Saturday.

Lisle Armitage is very busy these days with his sawing outfit. He sharpened fence posts for William Diercks, Otto Grosnick and Joe McKimm and sawed wood for Jake Schaefer and Chas. Dahnert last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seif, Jr., of Neillsville were guests at the Dave Seif home Sunday.

John Richardson, Jr., is helping his brother, Hal., with the farm work.

Ed. Begley, Jr., is building a summer kitchen. Elmer Brown is doing the work.

W.J. Armitage and wife drove to Loyal with seed corn last Wednesday.

Frank Haack has rented his farm to a Mr. Knutsen, who took possession of same over a week ago.

Mrs. Chas. Hannah visited her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Hurlburt, several days last week.



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