News: Harris Spur (13 Apr 1917)
Surnames: Kidd, Geldernick, Lindow, Ehrhardt, Schilling, Lindow, Happe, Gilson, Downer, Baker, Jordan, Hendricks, Drescher, Pischer
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/13/1917
(Last week’s items)
Beefsteak, pork steak, Huckleberry pie, Chili, Chili, did go dry by 8 votes.
Neill Kidd is working for Arthur Happe.
Several from here attended the temperance lecture at Chili Saturday evening.
John Geldernick of Cedarhurst is working for Albert Lindow.
Miss Hilda Ehrhardt spent Sunday with the Drescher girls.
Miss Rena Ehrhardt spent Sunday with Ruth Schilling.
Mrs. Albert Lindow helped Mrs. Carl Happe Tuesday to prepare for the aid.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gilson of Greenleaf spent Tuesday night at Carl Happe’s.
Mrs. Will Lindow spent Tuesday night at her daughter’s, Mrs. Carl Happe.
Bernice Downer is helping her aunt Mrs. Jim Baker this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Happe and family spent Sunday at Albert Lindow’s.
(This week’s items)
Hilda Ehrhardt helped her sister Mrs. George Lindow last Thursday.
Mrs. Carl Happe entertained the aid Wednesday, April 4th.
Mrs. C.A. Happe and Mrs. Charles Lindow were Chili callers Thursday.
The carpenters are at work framing George Lindow’s barn.
School commenced Monday again, after a two week vacation on account of bad roads.
Mrs. Carl Happe spent Thursday at Loyal Jordan’s.
Miss Eunice and Hilda Ehrhardt were Chili callers Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Hendricks is staying at Charles Lindow’s.
Mrs. Albert Lindow was a Marshfield caller Monday forenoon.
Miss Hilda Ehrhardt spent Tuesday at Marshfield having dental work done.
Carl Happe sawed wood for Mrs. Pischer on Wednesday.
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