Recollections
Recollections
From the Antigo Daily Journal

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From The FRIEBEL DISTRICT
January 17, 1919

John Peterson and Richard Berg were at Deerbrook Monday.
Will Wegner transacted business in Antigo Monday.
The attendance at school during the present time is very poor.
The funeral of George Friebel, whose death occurred last Tuesday afternoon, was held Friday morning at 10:30 from his home, the Rev. Carl Nagel officiating. After the services the relatives and many friends accompanied his remains to the Antigo cemetery. George was a man of good morals and had a wide circle of friends who regret his sad and untimely death. We extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved wife, mother, sisters, and brothers.
Joseph Helmbrecht, daughters, Leone and Gertrude, and Mrs. J. Rasmussen attended church at Neva Sunday.
Miss Weix spent the week-end at her home in Antigo.
Those from out of town who attended the funeral of the late George Friebel were Henry and Rose Friebel of Britton, S.D., and Mrs. Otto Burgman, of Bavaria.
The funeral of Joe Leidheisl was held at 9 o'clock Monday morning from St. John's church in Antigo.
August Koch, August Lensing, Pete and Martin Helmbrecht attended the funeral of J. Leidheisl Monday.
Ed Friebel returned to Hampton Roads, Virginia, Sunday afternoon.
The Misses Verone and Catherine Helmbrecht spent Sunday at their home.
Our service flag at school contains one gold star in memory of Joseph Leidheisl, who gave his life for our country.
Mrs. Thresa Meyers and Miss Anna Schafberger of Shawano attended the funeral of the late Joseph Leidheisl.
Private Charles Leidheisl arrived from Montgomery, Ala., Saturday night to attend the funeral of his brother.

APPLE GROVE
April 7, 1929

Herbert, Albert and Henry Hubatch of the Sunnyside district visited at the John Hubatch home on Sunday.
Mrs. Osscar Olson entertained the Woman's Club Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. John McClean visited school Thursday afternoon.
Betty Keen is ill.
Robert Fowler of Antigo was a guest of Donald Olsen last Monday.
Donald Ferguson of Antigo visited at the Charles Keen home Thursday.
Earl Dull is employed on the Charles Keen farms.
Mr and Mrs J Kornely motored to Pelican Lake, Thursday. Bernice Kornely returned home with them for the Easter holidays.
Mr. And Mrs. R. J. Steber and all the little Stebers visited at the Kornely home Sunday.
Miss Gladys McClean, who attends the Langlade County Normal school, and Jerome Vaclavik, who attends the Antigo high school, are spending the Easter vacation at their homes.
The pupils enjoyed a program and a party Friday afternoon.

MARSH
April 7, 1929

The High Hopes 4-H club held its first meeting at the Shilavy home in the Blue Bell district on March 24, for the purpose of reorganization.
The following officials were elected: President, Bohumil Shilavy; vice-president, Jerry Shilavy; secretary; Anton Mendl, treasurer, and leader, Jerry Mendl.
The members of the club are: Roy and Lester Domke, Bohumil, Jerry and John Shilavy, Jerry and Anton Mendl. The next meeting will be held at the Anton Mendl home.
Mrs. And Mrs. A. Henri of the Blue Bell district called at the Fred Anstutz home in this district.
John Rudolph and Harvey Seering of Summit Lake spent the weekend at the John Rudolph Home.
Lawrence Sommers of the Eau Claire district visited at the John Rudolph home Sunday March 24.
Anna Thompson and Mary Rudolph called at the Alex Petrowski home in the Blue Bell district.
Recent Antigo callers were: Mr. And Mrs. Louis Domke, Mr. And Mrs. John Rudolph and Miss Anna Thompson, Fred Anstutz, and Frank Glugla.
Students receiving gold stars for perfect attendance last month were Julia Rudolpoh, Agnes Thompson, Mary Rudolph, Julia Thompson and Anton Rudolph.
The eighth graders have completed illustrated booklets on the various Indian tribes in America.
Miss Hazel Nolan spent the weekend at her home in the Hillside district.

HOGARTY
May 25, 1921

Mr. And Mrs. Jim Miner, Nan Miner, Joe Miner and Mr. and Mrs. Jud Miner from Antigo were callers at the Inger Ellingson home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll, who have been visiting at William Draves returned to their home at Marshfield, Monday.
Mrs. John Mortensen, Jr., returned to her home last Saturday from the Wausau hospital.
Norma Hansen, who has been teaching Hill Crest school the past year, returned to her home at Wausau last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Sandquest and children, Lavern and Melvin, were callers at the Antone Berg home on Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Dettman from Cecil spent the weekend at the William Rusch home.
Emil Raasch from Mosinee was a caller at the J.B. Berg home, Saturday evening.
The Echo ball team played with Nutterville, Sunday. The score was 19 to 1 in favor of Echo.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and children and Mrs. Ben Johnson from Mosinee were callers at the M.E. Sandquist home last Monday.
Esther Lund, Hannah Berg and Ambor Brown were callers at Henry Larsonís on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Wincensen and children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larsen and Hilda Mathison were callers at the Ed Gunderson home on Sunday.
The D.O.W. will meet with Kathryn Mortensen next Thursday.
The Echo Equity will meet at the L.A. Haase home on Saturday evening. Everyone is welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sandquist, Sr., were callers at the J.P. Berg home Sunday.
Mrs. Inger Ellingson, who has been very ill the past week, is slowly improving.