News: Lindsey (2 Jan 1914)


Surnames:  Neimyer, Painton, Hegge, Pekam, Washburn, White Angle, Tilton, Robinson, Broker, Sager, Hahm

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/02/1914


Last Weeks Items-

Because the fine weather continues is no reason that we should not enjoy it to our fullest capacity.

Mrs. Neimyer who has been living with her sister Mrs. Painton east of town went to Iowa last Friday, being accompanied by her nephew who came for her Wednesday of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Hegge who are from Drake, N.D. went Friday last to visit friends at Cashton and Westby be fore returning home.

Rev. Pekam filled his appointment at Lindsey Sunday morning and evening.  At the close of Sunday school the officers were elected as follows: W.C. Washburn, Superintendent, H. White, Asst. Supt., Addie Angle, Sec., Rollen Washburn, Treas., and Agnes White Organist.

Mrs. P.J. Tilton returned on Monday’s train from her trip to visit with friends at Sparta and Viroqua.

Warren Robinson came home on the Monday from his high school at Grand Rapids, and Mabel Broker, Geneva and Leonard White came Friday from Marshfield.

Miss Helen Sager who is teaching the Lindsey School went to her home at Stevens Point Wednesday for the holidays.

Miss Addie Angle and her school in the Paintown District had a fine program last Friday evening and her school is closed for the holiday vacation.

Dos Angel moved his family on a farm near Chili Monday.  The children will be missed from the Sunday school.

Miss Helen Sager had the Lindsey School render a fine program Tuesday evening in the hall.  She had a beautifully trimmed Christmas tree and the hall otherwise beautiful decorated appropriate to the season.  The songs, recitations, dialogues, and marches were all splendidly rendered and the whole program evidenced much labor and pains in preparation and rehearsal, while the rendition was received with great satisfaction by a large and appreciative audience.

Ed Hahm who has been out west since last spring came home Thursday of last week.

Your scribe desires to whish the Editor and all readers of the News a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and in order to help carry it out will cut this correspondence short.



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