News: South Fremont (23 Mar 1917)
Surnames: Albrecht, Sanger, Fisher, Portz, Lindow, Knoll, Henning, Guk, Harriman, Neinas, Fischer, Tuchscher, Wordell, Happe, Bealer
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/23/1917
(Last week’s items)
Another nice snowstorm.
The Misses Elsie and Ella Albrecht, Leona and Ella Sanger, Esther Fisher, visited with Dorothy and Mabel Portz Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lindow, son Raymond, Walter Lindow, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lindow visited at John Lindow’s Sunday.
Mrs. August Lindow had a feather bee Tuesday.
Henry Knoll is moving to his other farm.
John Henning spent Monday at Marshfield with his father, who is very sick.
The Misses Adeline Guk, Nellie Harriman, Clara Neinas, visited with Clara Lindow on Sunday.
Walter Fischer and Charles Albrecht were Neillsville callers Monday.
The Y.P.A. of the Evangelical church will have a meeting Sunday evening.
Several from here attended the funeral of Will Tuchscher Tuesday.
The Equity shipped stock Monday.
Willie Lindow hauled hay for his brother Charles Lindow.
August and Amos Lindow hauled straw Monday.
Clare Lindow took her music lesson Saturday, the same as always.
(This week’s items)
The weather was pretty bad last week but is better now.
It is nothing new to tip over now days.
There wasn’t much visiting going on Sunday on account of bad roads. So there isn’t much news.
Emil Lindow hauled a load of cheese for H. Wordell Tuesday.
Will Lindow has been working for the railroad company since Saturday.
Miss Abbie Lindow is assisting her aunt, Mrs. John Lindow, with her housework.
The Y.P.A. of the Evangelical church will have their meeting Sunday evening if the weather is is right. Leader, Mrs. E.A. Happe and Elda Happe. Topic: The saloons, the fore of society.
We haven’t seen Uncle Sam for some time. We can’t hardly blame him for not going through snow banks 15 feet deep.
Paul Bealer is hauling rock for his new house.
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