News: Chili (27 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Prust, Riplinger, Utter, Osburn, Brooks, Degener, Waterman, Lindow, Happe, Houseley, Gantworth, Tuscherer, Davis, De Vaval, Dow, Snow, Sharman, Opelt, Young

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/27/1914

Quite a number came through here to attend the auction of Emil Prust.

Riplinger and Sons shipped part of the hardware stock bought of Utter to Osburn.  The heavy stuff was sold here mostly.

Hauling on sleighs is still good.  The weather stays just cold enough to keep the little snow that we have left.

Sand bees are still going on in good shape.  There certainly must be a lot of building going on this year.

Mrs. Chas. Brooks was a business caller last week, taking advantage of the lateness of the season and bought a spring door cutter of H. Degener.

Clark Waterman has been chosen by Chas. Lindow to be his substitute in place of Edwin Happe.

Mesdames H.W. Houseley, Will Gantworth, Clark Waterman, Emma Brooks, Will Tuscherer, John Davis and Misses Laura De Vaval and Mabel Dow were among those who attended the R.N.A. meeting at Neillsville last Wednesday.  They all report a very pleasant day.

Mrs. Glen Snow left Monday for a weeks stay at the Louis Sharman home in Grand Rapids.

Miss Lillian Opelt spent Tuesday with Mrs. Clark Waterman.

Dr. Houseley was a Marshfield business caller Saturday.

Orris Young and Henry Gantworth are on the sick list.

Clark Waterman took a car of potatoes to Chicago for H. Degener last week.  Mrs. Waterman spent the time during his absence at Granton with her parents.




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