News: Chili (13 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Oens, Yankee, Hutts, Reichert, Beeckeler, Pickett, Waterman, Fenhouse, Gantwork, Wage, Brule

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/13/1914

A little baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oens Saturday.  The child lived only until Sunday night.  It was buried Tuesday.  The bereaved ones have the sympathy of the whole community.  The services were held at the house.

The weather has turned a little colder so it touches the zero mark quite regular.  It gives some people a chance to haul wood and bolts with the little snow there is.

Thursday is Lincoln’s birthday the first legal holiday of the year.

W. Yankee’s saw rig was around here Monday sawing up some pole piles into stove wood.  It was a nice day, only a little cold.

The dance given last week in the M.W.A. hall drew a fair crowd.  Some of the people going back on the morning train had to wait a few hours for it.

Saturday one of John Hutts’ chimneys burned out and Sunday morning L.A. Reichert’s.  No damage was don in either case.

Mesdames E.A. Beeckeler and E.N. Pickett attended the Ladies Aid at Mrs. C.R. Waterman’s Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Fenhouse and son were over Sunday guests at the W. Gantworth home.

Mrs. Fred Brule visited friends here Thursday.

The Royal Neighbors will give a Valentine Basket Social Saturday.  Everybody is invited to attend.

Miss Gladys Wage attended teachers institute at Neillsville Friday and Saturday.




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