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Chilton Times - May 26, 1928

Miss Josephine Talmadge of Fond du Lac was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leppla for several days.

Miss Harriet Reiff, who is a student nurse at St. Agnes hospital at Fond du Lac, visited her parents here Friday and Saturday. She was here to attend the Junior Prom.

Michael Kleiber transacted business at Marshfield on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pautz and son Victor, of Sheboygan, spent Sunday in the city visiting at the Ferdinand Pautz home.

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dommer and children of Oshkosh were guests of relatives here on Saturday.

Col. McMullen and the Misses Edna and Mayme McMullen of Chilton visited at the Charles Kleist home Tuesday evening.

Leo Ebben of Kohler spent the week end in Brillion, being here to attend the prom.

Mr. and Mrs. Benny Pritzl and family of St. Nazianz spent Sunday with relatives here and were guests at the Mike Baer home.

Bernard and Henry Behnke motored to Milwaukee on Friday to visit relatives.

Charles Bernard, Edward Eick and Howard Leppla, students at Marquette university at Milwaukee, spent the week end at their respective homes. They were here to attend the Junior prom on Friday evening.

Frank Bauer of Manitowoc was a business caller in Brillion on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Nic Michaels and family of Kiel were guests at the Edward Michaels home.

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Clavers and family were Green Bay visitors on Friday.

Louis Hershinger and son, Ferdie, of Milwaukee, spent the week end with relatives here and were guests at the home of Mrs. Frank Horn.

Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Schreiner of New Holstein spent Sunday at the Mike Kees home.

Mrs. J. W. Baldock, Sr., spent Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Davis, Chilton.

Mrs. F. A. Holtz, left Saturday for Nekoosa where she was called by the illness of her daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Schwalenberg moved their family and household goods on Saturday from the Bishop home to their residence on South Eighth street which they recently purchased from the Francis Mirschberger estate.

Principal A. W. Carlson and the Misses Eleanor Jones and Edith Oliver autoed to Appleton on Saturday.

The Misses Marion and Ellen Knickerbocker, who are employed at Appleton, spent Sunday here with their parents.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Knickerbocker, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McDowell spent Sunday at Wild Rose.

Althea Blanchard has been engaged as substitute operator at the local telephone exchange.

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