News: Romadka (23 Jan 1914)


Surnames:  Jacobi, Baker, Downer, McClaflin, Schmidtke, Bird, Winn, Morris, Spry, Kintzele, Eibergen, Beaty, Petznick, Schoengarth, Campbell, Johnson, Smith

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/23/1914

Fred Jacobi made a business trip to Granton Sunday.

Jim Baker had feed ground at Downer’s early this week.

Church services were held at the new school house Saturday and Sunday evenings.

Mr. and Mrs. Jacobi visited at McClaflin’s Sunday evening.

Otto Schmidtke visited as W.W. Smith’s Sunday evening.

Joe Bird went to Granton Friday.

Winn and Morris shipped hay from Romadka last week.

W.J. Spry went to Neillsville on Monday.

Lulu McClaflin is at work at Will Campbell’s since Monday.

W.J. Spry butchered three hogs last week and delivered one to Rob Petznick.

John Kintzele spent one day last week at Neillsville.

The Eibergen boys cut wood for Howard Beaty last week.

Herman Schoengarth had 45 cords of wood cut last Saturday.  Herman must be expecting a cold winter.

Will Campbell cut corn stalks for Justin Johnson one day last week.

Ralph Spry, Harland Kintzele and Scott and Abie Smith visited at W.J. Spry’s Sunday.




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