News: Shortville (28 Feb 1913)


Surnames: Gall, Eggan, Lawson, Pickering, Fields, Frachett, Coffe


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  02/28/1913


Albert Gall is on the gain after a few days of sickness.


John Eggan is busy sawing wood in town these days.


Ralph Lawson took Mr. Pickering, wife and daughter to Granton Tuesday.  They have been visiting relatives the past two weeks and are returning to their homes in Montana.


Jim Fields has moved back on his farm again, after an absence of two years at Gays Mill.


The party at Frachett’s Saturday night was a failure on account of the storm.


L.A. Coffe drove to Neillsville Tuesday.


The farmers are busy working on the cheese factory.  They are to start the first of March.


A large crowd gathered at the town hall for German Church, but the minister failed to arrive last Sunday.



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