News: Romadka (17 Nov 1905)
Surnames: Mallory, Pierrelee, Retta, Schlinsog, Jakobi, Canfield, Hayden, Batz, Johnson, Beecher, Converse, Breese, Kintzele, Dougherty, Garbisch, Bundy, Wage, Baker, Potter, Williams, Downer
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 11/17/1905
Wilson Mallory left last Friday for his home in Stevens Point, after preaching Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights at this place.
The new Davis sewing machines have been left at the following places: A. Pierrelee, C. Retta, H. Schlinsog, F. Jakobi and J. Canfield.
Charley Hayden and wife of Chili called at this place last week.
E. Batz shipped there carloads of cattle last Friday.
The wood saw was at Oney Johnson’s Friday and Saturday.
Wella Beecher has gone to Stevens Point.
Ora Converse is having some sewing done at Mrs. J. Breeze’s.
John Kintzele and Jerry Dougherty left last Friday for Withee where they will spend a few days hunting.
The "Wednesday Club" is at Nichol’s this week.
Fred Garbisch and Mrs. Williams made a business trip to Neillsville last Friday.
Herman Schlinsog and wife are nicely settled, and have our best wishes.
An exceedingly large crowd attended Sunday school last Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Converse called on friends here last week.
Mrs. Bundy returned to her home at Packwaukee last Friday.
Eugene Pierrelee is helping Frank Cowner cut cord wood.
Tom Wage and family spent Sunday at this place.
Jim Baker is helping the Dougherty boys load wood.
Worden Potter went to Loyal Saturday, returning Monday.
Mr. Williams and family have moved into the old Wiggins house.
Winifred Bundy made a business trip to Granton last Saturday.
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