News: Heathville (20 Apr 1917)

Contact: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org 

Surnames: Davis, Fields, Lee, Brown, Rollins, Stewart, Williams, Harding, Curtis, Knoll, Baxter, Balka, Christenson, Dankemyer, Graham, Van Gorder, Happe, Kissinger

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

Mr. and Mrs. Wellie Davis called at the Reuben Fields and Gordon Davis homes Wednesday.

T.F. Lee spent Wednesday with his son Ernest.

Mrs. Olive Brown and son Hollis and daughter Pearle spent Wednesday afternoon at Gordon Davis’.

A large crowd of neighbors helped grandma Rollins celebrate her 89th birthday Thursday.

Jack Stewart visited his brother Bill and family this week.

Edgar Rollins and sister Mrs. Amanda Williams visited at the Abe Harding home Friday.

Flay Curtis had a hose get badly hurt last week.

H.A. Knoll is making preparations to build a new barn this spring.

Mrs. Flay Curtis has been on the sick list the last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Fields spent Sunday afternoon at Gordon Davis’.

Mesdames Graham and Van Gorder called on Mrs. W. Baxter Sunday.

W.R. Happe autoed to Neillsville Monday.

Ernest Lee and family spent Sunday at T.F. Lee’s.

The Misses Louisa and Tena Balka called on Mrs. Reuben Fields Sunday evening.

Wm. Stewart has moved into the Dale Lee house near Harris Spur.

The Al Christenson and Fred Dankemyer families autoed to Neillsville Monday and viewed the train wreck near there.

Mr. and Mrs. Ell Lee spent Thursday at the Ernest Lee home.

Rush Davis of Loyal and Phillip Kissinger and son of Spokeville were Heathville callers Sunday morning.

 

 

 

 

 


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