News: Levis (27 Jun 1907)

Contact: Michelle Melcher
Email: michelle@wiclarkcountyhistory.org 

Surnames: Olson, Lund,Crow, Gill, Jennings, Hanson, Jermstad, Lien, Wicklund, Person, Jacobson, Lund

----Source: Fairchild Observer (Fairchild, Wis.) 6/27/1907

Rudolph Olson spent Sunday with his parents here.

Mrs. Martin Lund returned home last Tuesday after several weeks stay at Black River Falls.

Master Eddie spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crow in Thompson Valley.

Frank Gill and wife treated a number of their friends to ice cream and cake last Friday evening and John Gill entertained them with his graphaphone.

That smile which Oliver Jennings, our blacksmith, wears is caused by the arrival of a boy Sunday, June 16th.

Miss Nora Hanson left for Duluth Friday after a couple months stay at home.

Will Crow and family spent Sunday with relatives at Osseo.

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jermstad and Miss Rena Jermstad spent last Wednesday with Miss Mattie Lien near Hixton.

Miss Nora Hanson was agreeably surprised by a number of her friends last Tuesday evening. The evening was spent in dancing and an enjoyable time was had. A hand painted salad bowl was left as a token of remembrance.

Mrs. Gust Wicklund and baby returned to Duluth Tuesday after a month’s visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Person.

Misses Clara Olson, Georgia Jacobson, Anna Lund and Mrs. M. Lund were pleasantly entertained at J.H. Olson’s last Monday afternoon.

A Person re-union was held at the home of Samuel Person last Sunday afternoon. Sixty-three of their relatives were present and an enjoyable time was had by all.

The Farmers’ Union held a coffee social at John Gill’s last Sunday. Mr. Gill entertained the crowd with his graphaphone. About $7.00 was realized.

 

 


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