News: Hendren & Foster (23 Apr 1925)

Contact: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org 

Surnames: Ripplinger, Fredrickson, Richards, Podrovitz, Dean, Bigelow, Bell, Burda, Larson, Stremikis, Topelt

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (23 Apr 1925)

J.W. Ripplinger was out from Neillsville on business Monday.

Gust Fredrickson and John Richards are busy these days blowing stumps.

Tom Podrovitz did plowing for F.E. Dean on Thursday.

C.J. Bigelow set out grape vines, plum trees and raspberries on his farm Wednesday afternoon.

Miss Bell and her scholars have built a cute little log cabin on the school grounds. They also made flower beds and planted morning glories, nasturtiums and pansies.

Ralph Bigelow, Bill Burda and Geo. Podrovitz drove to Fairchild Thursday evening.

Johnnie Larson returned home from Gary, Ind. On Sunday.

The four Stremikis boys are all home at this writing.

The Larson children were all sick last week and were unable to attend school part of the time.

C.J. Bigelow drove to Chili Monday to attend the Topelt sale.

 

 


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