News: Sauerkraut City (03 Apr 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Baxter, Hatch, Bigelow, Hill, Albrecht, Henninger, Angle, Slover, Lindow, Stickert, Wilcox, Ross, Graham

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/3/1919

Sauerkraut City (3 Apr 1919)

Mrs. Baxter and children called on Mrs. Hatch Monday afternoon.

C.J. Bigelow and Ralph cut wood on Fred Hills’ place Monday.

Mr. Baxter went to Loyal Tuesday on business.

We are informed that Lillian Albrecht is in the hospital, sick with appendicitis.

Oswald Henninger of Heathville bought some cattle from W.W. Baxter Tuesday.

Mildred and George Angle took supper with Vera Slover and Ralph Bigelow Wednesday.

Vera Slover spent the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lindow Thursday.

The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stickert is under doctor’s care.

W.W. Baxter took a load of goods to Spencer Friday.

Lillian Albrecht is home from the hospital.

Ralph Bigelow went to Greenwood Saturday for a few days’ visit.

Waite Wilcox and wife spent Sunday with their uncle, Jim Bigelow, and family.

Hugo Ross drove to Spencer Monday with Mrs. W.W. Baxter and children.

W.W. Baxter and Mayhew Graham each moved a load to Spencer Monday.

Fred Hill and son, Carl, called at the C.J. Bigelow home Monday. It is the first time in two years that Carl has seen his uncle, Jim, and family, as he went to Canada two years ago and has seen 21 months in the service of Uncle Sam, most of this time being spent in France and England. He arrived in Halifax on the Olympia. Carl says he has seen enough of war.



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