News: Harris Spur (03 Apr 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Mundt, Popp, Downer, Ernest, Yankee, Jensen, Shepherd, Bird, Reid, Bosselman, Schafer, Davis, Verkilen, Happe, McHones, Petran, Deming, Chitwood, Knoll, Staily, Pietenpol, Happe, Sternitzky

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/03/1914

Chas. Mundt and J.R. Popp unloaded silos Monday from a car at Harris Spur.

Messes R. Downer, Ernest, Yankee, L.N. Jensen and Shepherd attended the sale at Joe Bird’s Wednesday.

Wm Reid moved onto the Bosselman farm which he has rented for a year.

Randolph Popp was called to Richland County two weeks ago on account of the serious illness of his brother, Charles, who underwent an operation at the city hospital at Richland Center and died Thursday, March 26th. Mr. Popp is expected home Tuesday.

Chas. Schafer and family attended the meeting at Homer Davis’ Friday evening.

Mrs. E. Yankee did shopping in Chili Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Verkilen attended church at Chili Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. August Happe and daughter Ermine and Vera Pietenpol visited at F. Chitwood’s Monday evening.

McHones’ saw mill is running full blast these days.

Bro. Petran and Bro. Deming and wife of Appleton held meetings at the Homer Davis home Friday, Saturday and Sunday, also had baptismal services Saturday afternoon. Five symbolized their baptism into Christ’s death by immersion in water as follows: Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Reid, Mrs. F. Chitwood, Mrs. H. Knoll and Miss Dora Staily.

Theron Davis is doing chores for R. Popp during his absence.

Hattie Pietenpol spent Thursday night with her sister Vera at the August Happe home.

Mrs. R. Popp and family spent Monday with F. Chitwood.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Pietenpol and family of Granton attended the basket social Friday evening.

Fred Sternitzky lost a valuable cow last week.




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