News: Lindsey (20 Feb 1914)


Surnames: House, Haertl, Peckham, Altenburg, Hahm

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/20/1914

Presumably most of the readers of the News will now think that winter did not forget to come in on the last round. Perhaps the light fall of snow this winter was to accommodate the autoists.  They were seen out even during the last week.

Mrs. Herb House and two children went to New Lisbon Friday of last week expecting to stay over Sunday but on account of no train Monday and Tuesday their trip was prolonged.

Chicago’s better citizens are going to make an effort to have the license question put to a vote in the spring.  So is some of Lindsey’s citizens going to try and have the same question brought to a vote in Rock.

More snow recently patched up the sleighing so that it is pretty good now.

Lindsey was without a train Monday.  We understand they had a breakdown near Ameila. E.L. Haertl came home last Friday from Neenah for a few days.

Rev. Peckham filled his appointments at Lindsey church Sunday and evening.

The Ladies Aid cleared over seven dollars at their recent meeting at Chas. Altenburg’s.

A recent real estate deal in Lindsey is the purchase by Herman Hahm of the village property of his brother Gustaf on the hill.




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