News: Romadka (20 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Ure, Bird, Mallory, Kintzele, Garbisch, Newall, Spry, Martin, Bertschinger, Bird, Elbergen, Smith, Reich, McClaflin, Schlinsog, Pietenpois, Holcomb, Thayer, Richter, Jacobi, Barch, Schoengarth,

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/20/1914

Ray Ure had a rock bee the early part of the week.

Joseph Bird went to town one day last week.

Wilson Mallory and John Kintzele filled their ice houses last week.

There were services held at the Garbisch Schoolhouse Saturday night.

Warren Newall has been driving a new horse since Monday.

A.J. Spry has recently purchased a new team of horses.

The Stork has been busy in this vicinity.  He managed to visit the Sam Martin, Fred Garbisch and G. Bertschinger homes.  Who’s next?

Joe Bird and Munce Elbergen have recently erected a new windmill.

W.W. Smith has relatives from Richland County and Canada visiting him.

Gustave Reich is hauling logs for W. McClaflin.

Ernest Schlinsog is hauling lumber from Harris Spur.

Kintzele’s visited at H. Pietenpois Sunday.

Ruth Holcomb and Elva Thayer visited Mildred Kintzele the latter part of the week.

Ferd. Richter is hauling Schoengarth’s bolts to Granton.

Fred Jacobi went to town one day last week.

Grandma and Lizzie Barch are visiting at Gustave Reich’s.

We noticed that ye Editors wife was the pleased recipient of a beautiful white rose from Route 1.  Instead of wondering where it came from, she should have inserted a card of thanks to Romadka.  What climate, other that ours would be capable of producing white roses at this inclement season of the year.




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