News: Lindsey (17 Jan 1913)


Surnames: Morris, Smith, Hart, Hahm, Hartl, Painton, Ingle, Riedel, Nelson, Sherman, Vroman


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  01/17/1913


L.G. Morris from Granton was through Lindsey Saturday looking for a fresh milk cow.  He secured one.


Hay and wood are moving right along from the stations along our line.  Weather conditions have been favorable for that work.


Kermet, the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Smith, has been quite sick with pneumonia the past week at the home of John Hart, his grandfather.


The Hahm, Hartl and Painton families attended the installation ceremonies at the Woodman Hall Saturday evening.  Ed. J. Ingle installed the Woodmen, while Miss Nora Riedel performed a like service for the Royal Neighbors.


Mrs. Addie Nelson is here from Canada visiting her father, Henry Sherman and other relatives.


A movement is afoot to build a parsonage near the Nasonville Presbyterian Church this coming spring.  Hertofore the cause has many times been handicapped by the need of a place for a minister.  A suitable structure would be of inestimable value to the church work and a welcome improvement in the community.


The Aid Society of the Lindsey M.E. Church met Thursday at the M.J. Vroman home.  A good attendance is reported.



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