News: Cherokee (17 Apr. 1913)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Demand, Vanderhyden, Hansohn, Eggebrecht, Hildebrandt, Ohlinger, Lussenden, Heintz, Roth, Green

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 04/17/1913

Cherokee - Apr. 17, 1913

Remember the dance at Cherokee, Saturday night.

The Equity shipped three car loads of potatoes this week.

Mrs. Harry Demand visited Mrs. John Vanderhyden, Sunday.

Henry Hansohn of Colby, has joined the Cherokee saw dust gang.

Mrs. Donny Eggebrecht spent Tuesday visiting Mrs. Otto Heintz.

Mr. and Mrs. Donny Eggebrecht visited at Hildebrandt’s Sunday.

Harry Demand made a business trip to Riverside, Saturday morning.

Miss Hilda Ohlinger spent last week visiting with Margaret Lussenden.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Heintz spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Roth, at Colby, Wis.

Mrs. Harry Demand visited relatives and friends at Abbotsford, Wednesday.

Harry Demand retinned the milk vat in the Green Valley Cheese factory, Saturday afternoon.

Mr. Peter Heintz, the pioneer fisherman, tried his luck in Cherokee, Wednesday, but he didn’t get a bite.

Harry Green was in our burg, Monday *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.



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