News: West Shortville (22 May 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Rodman, Remus, Crockett, Kosmoski, Black, Ottow, Kegley, Stevens, Strubing, Nichols, McCarl, Conlin, Hagie, Matheson, Lenzskow, Rash, Treska

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/22/1919

West Shortville (22 May 1919)

Mr. and Mrs. Dell Rodman spent Sunday with their son, Horace Rodman, and family.

Ed. Remus and wife visited at the Crockett home Sunday afternoon.

Anna Kosmoski is helping Mrs. Harry Black with her household duties.

W. Ottow and wife visited at the Amos Kegley home Sunday evening.

Eva Stevens spent Sunday at home.

George Strubing and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Ottow home.

Amos Kegley says that when the red horse begin to bite, it’s time to plant corn. He was down at the East Fork the other day and when he got a bite, his thoughts were that it was a red horse. He came right home and got the ground ready for corn. By night he had most of his corn planted. That’s going some.

Myrtle Ottow helped her grandmother, Mrs. Nichols, with housecleaning a few days last week.

Mrs. McCarl has been very poorly, but is better at this writing.

Cleo Conlin and Cora Hagie spent Saturday and Sunday at the Matheson home.

Herman Lenzskow and family spent Sunday at the Rash and Treska homes.



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