News: Harris Spur (27 Jul 1917)


Surnames: Hillman, Ehrhardt, Huebner, Knoll, Happe, Roehl, Gerrita, Lindow, Downer, Hotchkiss, McHone

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 07/27/1917

Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Hillman of Eau Claire are visiting at Martin Ehrhardt’s.

Mrs. Huebner and daughter Clara of Eau Claire spent a few days at M. Ehrhardt’s.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knoll were Sunday visitors at Carl Happe’s.

Herman Roehl and family spent Sunday with his folks at Granton.

George Gerrits is working for Albert Lindow.

Charles Lindow, the mailman, is back at his old job again since Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Happe were Chili callers Monday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindow were Chili callers Monday evening, Also Dick Downer and Lester McHone.

Mrs. E.A. Happe spent Monday at Charles Lindow’s.

A large paper balloon about eight feet in length came down at Albert Lindow’s Monday evening. Coming through the sky it looked like a falling star or an airship. It most likely came from Marshfield as they has some doings there that night.

Herman Roehl and Carl Happe are making hay on the Hotchkiss place.



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