News: Chili (20 Mar 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Snow, Davis, Eide, Lindow, Hartman, Brooks, Degener, Allen, Walter, Fenske, Montag, Riedel, Heath, Reid, Bosselman, Hogenson, Walk, Fraser, Beeckler, Waterman, Reichert

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/20/1914

Mr. and Mrs. Al Snow are once more in our midst.  They returned Sunday morning from the West.  They enjoyed the trip out there very much.

Fred Davis from Granton came over Monday morning to shake hands with Al Snow.

Harry Eide got in a car of coal Tuesday.  August and Arthur Lindow helped T.J. Hartman unloading the coal and haul it over to Harry Eide’s factory.

Geo. Brooks came over and got a double wagon box of the coal.

Mr. and Mrs. Degener as well as Mr. and Mrs. Allen visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter in the town of Grant over Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Fenske and Mr. and Mrs. H. Montag visited with Riedel’s in the town of Lynn.

News was received that Andrew Heath died recently out west where he moved not very long ago.  Mr. Heath was one of the old settlers of this country.

Wm. A. Reid rented the Emil Bosselman farm this year.

Mr. Melvin Hogenson spent last week here with his brother Anton Hogenson.

Miss Doris Walk of Bay City, Michigan visited at the Albert Degener home a couple of days last week.

Miss Ila Fraser spend a few days last week with her brother George Fraser and family at Granton.

Miss Haidee Beeckler visited her sister Mrs. C.R. Waterman Saturday and Sunday.

Mr. Anton Hogenson was a business caller at the county seat last Thursday.

L.A. Reichert made a business trip to Marshfield Tuesday.




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