News: Cherokee (18 June 1908)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Rein, Kramer, Sazama, Kuehling, Van Dreel, Fricke, Heintz

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 06/18/1908

Cherokee - June 18, 1908

A very large crowd attended the dance last Sunday evening.

Henry Rein of Wausau, spent a few days of last week with relatives.

Adam Kramer and John Sazama each have a fine barn, 40x80 feet completed.

The school children enjoyed a picnic, Tuesday, on the banks of Randall Creek.

Miss Emma Kuehling closed a very successful term of school in District No. 4, town of Frankfort.

Mrs. Van Dreel and daughter of Neenah, spent a few days of last week, with Tony Van Dreel.

Mrs. Fred Fricke entertained about twenty-five ladies last Thursday afternoon. A genuine "Coffee Klaatch."

Otto Heintz gave an entertainment last Saturday evening at the school house, which was very entertaining and successful, from beginning to end.

The Green Valley Cheese & Butter Co. have improved their factory greatly, by a new stone foundation. It is now in good running order and they solicit the patronage of more of the farmers in that locality.



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