News: Chili (19 Sep 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Coffin, Walters, Eck, Prust, Venski, Brown, Phillips, Gibson, McNaul, Sparks, Waterman, Beeckler, Reider, Hart, Voelker

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/19/1918

Chili (19 Sep 1918)

Last Week
Mrs. Coffin and children went to Eau Claire Saturday, returning the same night.

Mrs. Otto Walters, who has been visiting for a few weeks in Chili, left for her home in Detroit, Mich., Saturday.

Mrs. Eck of Lake Mills returned to that place Saturday after visiting relatives in Chili.

Mrs. Minnie Prust was in Neillsville visiting relatives Wednesday and Thursday.

School started here last Monday with Miss Venski as teacher.

Mrs. Fred Brown is enjoying a visit with her daughter, Louise, from Chicago.

Grandpa Phillips is on the sick list.

Tom Gibson’s Emperor Peter returned from the Marshfield fair wearing the blue tag.

This Week
A baby girl came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. McNaul last Sunday. Mother and babe are getting along nicely.

Esther Sparks of Sherwood is assisting Mrs. Tom Gibson with her household duties.

Jason Phillips, an old settled of Clark County, died at his home in Chili Friday morning at the age of eighty-four years.

Mrs. Clark Waterman and little daughter, Helene, spent Friday afternoon and Saturday at the E.A. Beeckler home in Granton.

Rene Gibson, who has been working in Appleton all summer, came home Tuesday and will again attend high school at Neillsville.

Jap Waterman spent Sunday at the E. Webster home with Leon Reider.

Erwin Hart has sold his butcher shop to Wm. Voelker.



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