News: Romadka News (16 Jan 1914)


Surnames: Garbisch, Spry, Smith, Zorn, Strey, Scholtz, Retta, Bird, Beeckler, Kintzele, Zuelsdorf, Albaugh, Sladek, Howard, Schultz, Jordan, Schoengarth

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/16/1914

W.J. Spry delivered a calf at Granton Monday.

Fred Garbisch sold wood to Frank Zorn recently.

W.W. Smith butchered a beef last week.

Will Zorn shipped hay this week.

Strey and Scholtz sawed lumber last week.

Carl Retta buthchered two hogs lately.

Joe Bird tore down some farm buildings one day last week.

W.J. Spry has finished plastering his new house.

Rex Beeckler is teaching school in the Happe district since New Years.

W.W. Smith intends to install an electric lighting system in the near future.

The Kintzele boys have recovered from their attack of the measles.

August Zuelsdorf made a trip to Granton, Saturday.

Lloyd Spry visited Granton last Saturday.

Carl Retta hauled a load of wood to the school house one day last week.

August Zuelsdorf and Adam Albaugh had phones installed one day last week.

Fred Garbisch cut corn stalks for Messrs. Schultz, Retta and Sladek last week.

Mildred Kintzele returned to her school duties at Neillsville Sunday.

Loyal Jordan has received his new furnace but has not yet set it up.

Carl Retta intends to move into his new house in the near future.

Herman Schoengarth and crew have moved into the log house on Herman’s new land.



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