News: Chili (8 Aug 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Snow, Prust, Albright, Frasier, Muir, Davis, Beeckler, Howard, Ross, Waterman, Henning, Mundt, Eide

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/8/1918

Chili (8 AUG 1918)

A family reunion was held at the Glen Snow home Sunday.

Mrs. Minnie Prust visited her cousin, Mrs. Harry Albright, in Neillsville Monday and Tuesday.

George Frasier of Granton was seen on our streets Tuesday.

Mrs. Sam Muir is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Wellie Davis, while Mr. Muir is at Camp Douglas.

Miss Hadie Beeckler of Granton was in Chili between trains Tuesday.

L.H. Howard of Neillsville autoed to Chili Tuesday.

Arnold Ross, whose home is two miles southwest of Chili, and who was drafted into the U.S. service a few weeks ago, got a forty-hour furlough on account of his wife’s illness, and while home dressed in his civilian clothes and disappeared. Authorities were soon after him, however, and four days later he was found in the woodshed at his father’s homer. He was taken to Neillsville.

Mrs. Clark Waterman and little daughter, Helen, spent the week at the E.A. Beeckler home in Granton.

Miss Katie Henning of Marshfield is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Anna Mundt.

Little Bernice Eide was taken to the Marshfield Hospital Tuesday where she was operated upon for appendicitis. She is reported to be doing nicely.



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