News: Columbia (30 July 1914)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Hendricks, Lockman, Achenbach, Twamley, Larson, Solberger, Barnholtz, Iverson, Christofferson, Bartz, Evans, Schlender, Horak


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  July 30, 1914


Columbia (30 July 1914)


The salting station opened up Wednesday, July 22.  Mr. Hendricks is in charge again this year.  Ward Lockman is going to help him.  Ed Achenbach was the first one to bring in cucumbers.  The Neillsville Canning Co. also had a man there to take in beans for shipment to Neillsville.


Irving Twamley is to have charge of the salting station at Willard, Theo. Larson the one at Merrillan and Albert Solberger the one at Cadott.  Henry Barnholtz is going to help Albert.


Mr. Iverson was at Neillsville Thursday.


Hazel Achenbach is coming home soon.


Conrad Christofferson has been helping Mr. Iverson with his new barn.  Mr. Iverson expects to get the roof on this week.


There was a party at Mr. Bartz’s Thursday evening.


Miss Anna Evans came home from Chicago Friday morning.


Mr. Hendricks is boarding at Mr. Schlender’s.


Mr. Christofferson lost two cows during the past week.


Gus. Schlender is expected home this week from his visit at Baraboo and Janesville.


Mr. Horak had a barn-raising bee Sunday.



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