News: Harris Spur (20 Apr 1917)

Contact: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org 

Surnames: Happe, Voelker, Roehl, Ehrhardt, Hillman, Lindow, Downer, Chapel, Coil, Baker, Nebel, Ackerman

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/20/1917

Arthur Happe and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Happe were Marshfield visitors Thursday.

Mr. Voelker of Chili helped Mr. Roehl butcher Wednesday forenoon.

Mr. Ehrhardt went to Eau Claire Saturday to see his son-in-law Mr. Otto Hillman, who is very sick.

Charles Lindow and family spent Sunday at Will Lindow’s.

Carl Happe and wife spent Sunday at Will Lindow’s.

Leo Chapel moved onto the Ehrhardt place.

Dick Downer and Ed Coil helped Leo Chapel move his household goods Sunday.

Jim Bakers of Romadka were visitors at Dick Downer’s Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Happe spent Sunday at Henry Nebel’s.

Carl Happe will run the planer mill from now until fall, every first and third Tuesday in the month.

Mr. Ehrhardt returned from Eau Claire Monday night and reported his son-in-law somewhat improved in health.

Miss Hilda Ehrhardt and Mrs. Albert Lindow were Marshfield visitors Tuesday, having dental work done.

The teacher, Miss Jennie Ackerman, spent Tuesday night at Charles Lindow’s.

 

 

 

 

 


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