News: Levis (16 Aug 1906)
Contact: Michelle Melcher
Surnames: Anderson, Cole, Johnson, Hagen, Estenson, Gill, Erlandson, Hugdahl, Lund, Thompson, Travis, Person
----Source: Fairchild Observer (Fairchild, Wis.) 8/16/1906
The farmers are busy stacking.
Gust Anderson has a new windmill.
Gene Cole, of Fairchild, was a caller at John H. Johnson’s Sunday.
Arney Hagen and Martin Estenson left for the harvest fields in N. Dak., last Monday.
John Gill our only soldier, went to St Paul Monday to attend the G.A.R. encampment.
Mrs. Erlandson, of Eau Claire, is staying with her father, Jacob Johnson, during his illness.
Miss Karin Hugdahl, of Eau Claire, was a visitor with the Misses Kay from Friday until Sunday.
Martin Lund spent Sunday and Monday with his parents here, leaving for Necedah Monday evening.
Quite a number of people came here from Augusta Sunday to attend the church sociable at Gust Anderson’s.
Miss Melvina Thompson left for Minot N. Dak. last Monday to join her parents who moved there a year ago.
Mrs. C. H. Travis and children, of Augusta, were visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Anderson, from Friday until Sunday.
The coffee sociable at Gust Anderson’s last Sunday afternoon and evening was a social as well as a financial success. About eight dollars were realized.
Miss Anna Lund returned home from B.R. Falls Saturday. She was accompanied by little Lawrence Lund who will spend a few weeks with grandparents.
Misses Ida and Odelia Person of Alma Center drove home last Monday to spend the day. The former returned home Tuesday while the latter will remain at home for some time.
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