News: Chili (21 Nov 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Henning, Fraser, Cattanach, Hogenson, Grabe, Gibson, Ure, Kintzele, Snow, Sample, Mallery, Angle, Dow, Waterman, Beeckler, Prust, Voight, Alen
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/21/1918
Chili (21 Nov 1918)
Gladys Henning was buried in the Yolo Cemetery Tuesday afternoon. The funeral was held from the home of her grandfather, John Fraser. The family has the sympathy of the entire community.
Dan Cattanach has moved his family into rooms over Hogenson’s store.
Mrs. Herman Grabe was a Neillsville caller between trains Saturday.
Tom Gibson was a Marshfield caller between trains Wednesday.
George Ure and John Kintzele were seen on our streets on Wednesday.
Glen Snow and Mr. Sample are now on the sick list with influenza. Wilson Mallery is acting as cashier in the bank during Mr. Sample’s illness.
Jessie Angle is mourning the loss of her baby, who died Tuesday afternoon and was buried Wednesday afternoon.
Mable Dow, who has been suffering with diphtheria, is reported on the gain.
Mrs. Clark Waterman and little daughter spent a few days at the E.A. Beeckler home in Granton.
Mrs. Minnie Prust returned from Stratford Saturday bringing her little grandson with her.
Chas. Voight of Marshfield was seen on our streets on Tuesday.
Lucius Alen spent Sunday with his family in Chili.
Mrs. Clark Waterman entertained company from Granton Tuesday.
Roy Gibson is on the sick list.
Jay Waterman returned Friday from Mississippi where he was sent when he entered the U.S. service, but failed to pass the examinations there.
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