News: South Fremont (21 Dec 1917)


Surnames: Lindow, Ebert, Albrecht, Fischer, Henning, Drescher, Zuehlke, Neinas, Ure, Pusheck, Timmer

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Dec 1917

Fine weather for Santa Claus to travel in.

Mr. and Mrs. John Lindow, Mr. and Mrs. Rude Ebert were Marshfield callers Monday.

Charley Albrecht sawed wood Monday. Sign of more cold weather.

Walter Fischer has his butchering done Tuesday.

August Lindow was a Marshfield caller Tuesday between trains.

John Henning hauled a load of firewood Tuesday from Lynn.

Mrs. Mary Fischer and daughter Esther were Neillsville callers Tuesday.

Otto Drescher hauled a load of wood to the schoolhouse on Saturday.

Fred and George Zuehlke and Ernest Neinas and Ray Ure went to camp Monday.

Amos Lindow and Charley Pusheck put up the stage for the program in District No. 3.

Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Lindow spent Sunday afternoon with Gust Lindow.

The Evangelical Church will hold their program on Dec. 24.

Ferdinand Timmer hauled a load of potatoes to Chili on Tuesday.

Mrs. August Lindow had a geese butchering bee on Thursday. You should have seen the feathers fly.

Willie Lindow helped his brother saw firewood on Tuesday.

Merry Christmas to all readers.



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