News: Chili (8 Mar 1912)

Contact: Verna (Welk) Quicker

Surnames: Montag, Degener, Silk, Henning, Snow, Lastofka, Bulgrin, Mundt, Waterman, Groentke, Lindow, Ehrhardt

----Source: The Granton News (Chili, Clark Co., Wis.) 3/8/1912

Sleighing is good now and everybody is husling [sic] to get some hauling done before it breaks up.

Herman Montag had a stone hauling bee Wednesday, 9 teams in the morning and 11 teams in the afternoon. He will put up a new home this spring.

Mrs. Degener and Miss Vivian were Neillsville business callers Wednesday.

F. Silk, H. Henning and others were at Granton Tuesday to look over the 2 cars of horses that arrived that day.

Al Snow and M. Lastofka will ship stock from here Monday.

Chas. Bulgrin went to Marshfield Thursday and was operated upon for appendicitis at the hospital there. It appears it was done none too early, but according to last reports seems to be doing nicely.

Harry Mundt helped Clark Waterman break in the span of Hamiltonians which Clark got a year ago.

Our new cheese maker Mr. Groentke took possession of the cheese factory the first of this month and took good hold. His furniture arrived Monday, and he will have his family here in a few days.

It is rumored that Geo. Lindow and a Miss Ehrhardt, daughter of Martin Ehrhardt who used to live in this town, were married, Wed.

Geo. Lindow had bought some furniture lately, so it must be true. He is going to have a barn built this summer.



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