News: South Fremont (9 Feb 1917)




Surnames: Happe, Lindow, Huebner, Trautman, Luckow,


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/09/1917


(Last week’s items)


The weather is pretty fair.


At present there are revival meetings in the Evangelical Church.


Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Happe and daughter Edna were Sunday visitors at John Lindow’s.


Rev. Huebner and Rev. Trautman are around making pleasant calls among their people.


Arnold Luckow and several others left for Tripoli to enjoy camp life.


The Equity shipped stock Monday.


John Lindow make a trip to Harris Spur Monday.


Louis Lindow has the well driller at his place yet.


(This week’s items)


The weather isn’t very favorable just now.  The snow banks are pretty deep.  If you ever step through you can hardly look out.


The Ladies Aid of Evangelical Church held their meeting at the home of Mrs. Gustave Lindow Wednesday, Feb. 6th.


Mrs. John Lindow is on the sick list.


Amos Lindow came home from the woods on account of the bad weather.


There is no school in District No. 3.  The roads are too bad.


Amos Lindow made a business trip to Marshfield Saturday.


News is scarce, the snow is deep.




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