News: West Shortville (24 Apr 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Strubing, McCarl, Ottow, Palmer, Rodman, Winters, Bell, Kegley, Hagie, Crockett, Treska, Lenzkow, Clark, Handke, Kosmoski

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/24/1919

West Shortville (24 Apr 1919)

Mrs. Geo. Strubing spent Friday with Mrs. McCarl.

Mrs. McCarl has been very poorly the past week. All her friends hope to see her out again soon.

Myrtle Ottow spent Saturday with her aunt, Mrs. Palmer.

George Strubing helped Horace Rodman drag the roads Saturday.

Gladys Winters spent Sunday with Walter Bell and family.

Amos Kegley, John McCarl and Floyd Hagie were down at East Forks looking for fish Sunday. Suckers don’t bite on Easter Sunday. John didn’t even get a bite,

Ruth Crockett spent Easter Sunday at home.

Miss Ella Treska is visiting her sister, Mrs. Herman Lenzkow.

James Clark has sold his farm to a party from Chicago.

Louis Handke and family spent Sunday with Otto Handke and family.

Anna Kosmoski helped Mrs. Tom Winters one day last week.

Mrs. Hagie is feeling fine again.

Mrs. Amos Kegley spent Sunday evening at Albert Kegley’s home.



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