News: Chili (5 Dec 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Coffin, Kampin, Cohn, Gibson, Mundt, Dankmeyer, Verhagen, Henning, Waterman, Melamphy, Eide, Crego, Frasier, Rustad, Hogenson, Clemes

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 12/5/1918

Chili (5 Dec 1918)

Last Week
Mrs. Coffin of Eau Claire is here helping care for her son’s wife and children, who are quite sick with influenza.

Mr. Kampin, father of August and Charley Kampin, died Tuesday at the home of August Kampin and was buried Friday.

Edith Kampin is assisting Mrs. Cohn with her household duties.

Rene Gibson came down from Neillsville and spent Sunday with his parents in Chili.

Chas. Mundt, Herman Dankmeyer and Eddie Verhagen left for the woods Wednesday.

Mrs. H.H. Henning has sufficiently recovered her health so as to be able to be out again.

Jay Waterman resumed his duties as assistant cashier in the Chili Bank Monday.

Jack Melamphy of Neillsville was seen on our streets Tuesday evening.

This Week
Mrs. Clark Waterman and little daughter went to Granton Saturday, returning Sunday.

Harry Eide’s family are all down with the flu.

Clark Waterman and Tom Gibson and their families spent Thanksgiving at the F.L. Waterman home.

Pearl Crego came down from Neillsville to spend Thanksgiving with her parents.

H.H. Henning and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Frasier spent Thanksgiving in Nasonville at the Maurice Rustad home.

Mrs. Anton Hogenson is entertaining Mrs. Clemes of Thorp.



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