News: Dells Dam (8 May 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Thompson, Raether, Dahl, Iverson, Brozal, Braman
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/8/1919
Dells Dam (8 May 1919)
The Levis Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Charley Thompson today, Thursday, May 8, to do work for her as she had the misfortune to break an arm some time ago and is unable to do a thing. It is hoped that as many as possible will be out.
51 was the lucky number on the Circle quilt and was held by Mrs. Scott Raether. After all expenses were paid the proceeds from the bazaar, quilt and dance were $20.00.
The house on the place formerly owned by Herman Dahl burned to the ground Monday afternoon, caused by a defective chimney.
The stereopticon lecture given by Rev. Iverson Saturday evening was well attended and all report a good time.
Mr. Brozal had the misfortune to have his car turn turtle Saturday evening when he struck the deep sand coming north from the stone cheese factory at Pearl Braman’s. He was thrown clear of the car so escaped without so much as a scratch, but his car was broken up some. With the help of Mr. Braman he got his car fixed up and started on his way again. This was a lucky accident, but might have proved fatal.
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