News: Chili (2 Feb 1917)




Surnames: Lindow, Petznick, Housley, Lye, Neinas, Ketel, Kempin, Henning, Meyers, Kempin, Madler, Ketel, Sternitzky, Jensen, Verkuilen


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/02/1917


Mrs. L. Lindow was a Marshfield caller last Wednesday.


Robert Petznick returned from Sheboygan last Wednesday where he had been in attendance at the funeral of his father-in-law.


Mrs. Housley, who has been sick with the grippe, is recovering therefrom.


Geo. Lye purchased a team of horses from Will Neinas last Thursday.


Tom Verkuilen has rented the Paul Ketel farm and has moved thereon.


Charles Kempin, who was on the sick list, is improving.


Herman Henning was visiting his sick father at Marshfield last Sunday.


Mrs. Vincent Meyers is visiting relatives and friends at Kaukauna and Freedom.


The mask ball given by the Crandall Orchestras last Saturday night was largely attended.


August Kempin was on the sick list last week.


Joe Madler left for the woods at Tripli last week.


Leo Sternitzky and Miss Edna Jensen, both of Lynn, took the train for Marshfield last Tuesday.




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