News: Lindsey (27 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Anderson, Hayes, Tilton, Crouch, Mose, Birch, House, Bredeman, Washburn, Ketelle, White, Painton, Jurgenson, Rotinson, Broker

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/27/1914

The last week of study cold weather surely attests the fact that winter did not fail to put in its appearance, even if it was on the last round.

Fred Anderson was down from Nasonville Friday and sawed wood for Hayes, Tilton and Crouch.

Mrs. Grace Mose and little son came Wednesday of last week to spend a week with her brother P.J. Tilton.

At Babcock last week, occurred the death of J.P. Birch who formerly had a shoe shop at this place.

Wednesday of last week Mrs. House and two children returned from their visit to New Lisbon.

Otto Bredeman had the misfortune to lose a horse last week.

An old fashioned spelling school was held by a few of residents of the Lindsey school Friday of last week.  It was too bad that there were not more in attendance as such an occasion is designed as much as anything to afford an opportunity for the people of the district to get together and get better acquainted.

Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Washburn Sundayed at Peter Ketelle’s.

Howard and Agnes White Sundayed at Harry Washburn’s.

The sad news is reported that Mrs. Ketelle’s mother is afflicted with a cancer on the arm.

There were two trains up the line Monday of this week.

Minnie Painton visited at the House home a few days last week.

Herbert House’s are packing their house hold goods preparatory to moving to Minnesota Friday.

Jurgenson was down from Nasonville with his ensilage cutter Monday and cut up a big stack of stalks for Rotinson.

Mabel Broker accompanied by a couple of school friends spent Sunday at home, her father taking them back to Marshfield Monday afternoon in his auto.




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