News: East Washburn (2 Dec 1915)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Griffen, Rath, Cramer, Lowery, Fentz, Kissling, Nichols, Galbreath
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 12/2/1915
East Washburn (2 Dec 1915)
A little daughter came to gladden the home of B. Griffen and wife Nov. 27th. Mother and baby are doing nicely under the care of Dr. Rath.
Mrs. Cramer has the pneumonia since Friday and at this writing she is very low.
Mrs. Lowery and son, Denver, of Viola came Sunday night in response to a call by the illness of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Cramer.
Mr. and Mrs. Fentz and mother visited in the Kissling home Sunday.
Aug. Nichols lost a horse Friday.
Ross Galbreath is suffering with an attack of tonsillitis this week. M. Ferris has traded his farm for another close to Madison. He will give possession the first of March.
Several farmers took stock to Granton Monday.
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