News: Hull, Wis. (17 Mar. 1904)
Surnames: Greier, Krucker, Eggebrecht, Umhoefer, Aderhold, Carleton, Thygessen, Reyer, Brown, Fricke
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wisconsin) Thursday, 03/17/1904
Hull, Wis. - Mar. 17, 1904
Mr. Greier is ? to build a large barn.
Peter Krucker has the timber cut for a new barn.
Harry Eggebrecht finished hauling logs for Paul Umhoefer last Saturday.
Chas. Aderhold contemplates building a new house next summer. It will be a fine one and a credit to the town.
G. E. Carleton is slowly recovering from his recent illness. We hope to see him around as usual in a short time.
Martin Thygessen expects to build a large barn with basement next season. He has the sand hauled and is getting the other material on the ground.
Town Treasurer Adam Reyer went to Wausau to make his settlement with the county treasurer. He made a flying trip, leaving Monday afternoon and returning Tuesday noon, as his immediate vicinity was required at home.
E. C. Brown who has been working in the Blumenstein Creamery during the past year, has purchased the creamery and it will be run under the firm named "E. C. Brown Co." We all ? the new firm will have the same ? each year that it has had in ?.
A sleighload of Riverside people with a four horse team took advantage of the new show and went for a ride Monday evening. They started in search of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fricke’s home and of course found them at home prepared to entertain a crowd. The evening was spent in card playing, music and social chat. A very nice lunch was served, and the crowd presented them with a beautiful upholstered rocking *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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