News: Lindsey (29 Aug 1913)
Surnames: Cattanach, Broker, Ketelle, Haertl, Seymour, Kramer, Peckham, Burg, Dalrymple, Jones, Gardner, Opelt, Mose, Porter, Tilton, Hayes, LePage
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/29/1913
The fine corn weather continues with the addition of cool nights to favor the buckwheat.
Lula Cattanach of Nasonville spent Sunday with Nellie Broker.
The junior, intermediate and primary closes of the Sunday school had a picnic Tuesday.
Susie Ketelle spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Laura Haertl.
Miss Margaret Seymour of Chicago is visiting her sister Mrs. Kramer.
Rev. Peckham, Lindsey’s pastor, was accompanied by his daughter Carried, who visited with friends here until Tuesday.
Arthur Burg and family from Woodstock, Ill., were incomers on last Saturday’s train to visit the Dalrymple home east of Lindsey. They returned on Thursday.
Geo. Jones and two sons, Ralph and Lenard, returned Sunday from New Lisbon. They made the trip by team.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gardner from Cobb, Iowa County, returned Monday after making their daughter, Mrs. Will Opelt, an extended visit. Your correspondent is informed that Mr. Gardner purchased the Garbush farm west of Lindsey with grain, stock and farm implements and will return in early fall to take possession.
Mrs. Grace Mose and three children from Burlington, was accompanied by her niece, Catherine Porter on her return trip last Saturday after an extended visit with the former’s brother, P.J. Tilton.
Geo. Jones had the misfortune to lose a horse during his trip to New Lisbon.
Berry pickers are plentiful, but the delicious fruit is scarce. Could the city folks just imagine the fatigue and scratches necessary to be endured by pickers, they certainly would never complain about the high cost of this luxury.
Perry Hayes has begun the training of his yolk of steers by hauling stumps. Jim LePage is assisting.
The school of Dist. No. 4 is to begin next Tuesday with Mrs. Nora Clymer at the desk. Mrs. Clymer attended the state normal at La Crosse during the last school year, including the summer vacation.
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