News: Chili (13  Jun 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Davidson, Schuster, Prust, Farning, Schultz, Hotchkiss, Sample, Gibson, Waterman, Hutt, DuVall, Henning, Emling, Girlie

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/13/1918

Chili (13  Jun 1918)

James Davidson died at his home one mile west of Chili Sunday morning. The funeral was held in the M.E. Church Tuesday afternoon and burial took place in the Lynn Cemetery, where they have a son buried.

Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schuster and family autoed from Stratford Sunday and spent the day with Minnie Prust.

Jimmie Farning, former assistant cashier of Chili Bank, was in Chili Monday calling on friends.

Dr. Schultz of Lynn was seen on our streets Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hotchkiss of Milwaukee are here visiting the former’s mother, Mrs. Betsy Hotchkiss.

Mr. and Mrs. Sample entertained Mrs. Sample’s father and a sister from Eau Claire Tuesday and Wednesday.

Floyd Gibson spent Tuesday in Neillsville with his brother, Rene.

Jay Waterman was a Marshfield called Wednesday.

Mrs. John Hutt and Laura DuVall went to Granton Saturday.

Mrs. H. H. Henning and children of Marshfield spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives and friends in Chili.

Mrs. Minnie Prust was a Marshfield caller Saturday.

T.E. Emling and Walter Girlie of Spencer were seen on our streets Friday.



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