News: Romadka (06 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Strey, Smith, Wright, Beaty, Jordan, Schmidtke, Garbisch, Schuster, Schlinsog, Retta, Sladek, Jacobi, Steele, Kintzele, Buddinger, Canfield, Spry, Schoengarth, Montgomery, Franks

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/06/1914

Lloyd Strey and Scott Smith went to Granton Monday.

May Wright has finished work for Edward Beaty.

Loyal Jordan sawed wood last Friday.

Otto Schmidtke tipped over with a load of straw on the Garbisch Hill Saturday.

Chas Schuster and Gus Schmidtke left for Camp Comfort Monday morning where they intend to work in the woods.

Ernest Schlinsog is hauling logs to the saw mill at Harris Spur.

Carl Retta has moved into his new home.

An automobile was stuck on the Garbisch Hill Monday.

It snowed here a little several times last week.

The Garbisch girls visited Mary Sladek Sunday.

Fred Jacobi delivered a load of wood to Mr. Steele, Friday.

Walter Jacobi was at Kintzele’s Sunday.

Vernie Kintzele took in the lecture at Granton, Sunday.

Mrs. P. Buddinger and daughter Elsie, visited at Canfield’s Sunday.

Herman Garbisch shipped several hogs, Monday.

Vernie Kintzele and Harvey Spry were visitors at school last week.

Every one has been digging up tax money lately.

Paul Schoengarth Sundayed at Neillsville.

Orrin Montgomery and family Sundayed at Fred Franks’.

John Kintzele made a business trip to Chili, Saturday.

Herm Schoengarth has been laid up with a chopped foot for the past couple weeks.





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