News: Schilling Station (22 June 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Johnson, Hendren, Vine, Christopherson, Moberg, Hendrickson, Larson, Peterson, Hogue, Dyre, Olson, Foster, Bright, Sheets, Varney, Kelly, Krogness, Richeleau, Rossow, Humpke, Lantz, Philips
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 22 June 1900
Married at the residence of Ole Johnson, Sunday, June 17, Rev. W. T. Hendren officiating, Mr. Jerry T. Vine of Warner and Miss Julia Johnson of Greenwood. Below is a list of the presents. Ole Johnson and wife $5.00; T. Vine and wife, water set; Ernest Vine and wife, berry dish and six sauce dishes; Ed Vine and wife, celery dish; Miss Alice Vine, Jelly dish, fruit dish, milk pitcher and spoon holder; Price Vine, pickle dish; Miss Annie Johnson, bed spread; Miss Mollie Johnson, six napkins and a pair of linen towels; Elmer Johnson, pepper and salt shakers; Arthur Johnson, jelly dish; Oscar Johnson, gravy boat; T. Vine and wife, cow; Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, cow and table cloth; Ole Peterson and wife, set silver knives and forks; S. Johnson and wife, bed spread; Carelius Christopherson, hanging lamp; Misses Josie and Manda Johnson, water set; Mr. and Mrs. Moberg and family, silver cake dish, sugar spoon and butter knife; Miss Julia Hendrickson, tea pot; Sophie Hendrickson, pair vases; Elias Peterson and wife, bed spread; Will Hogue and wife, pair of linen towels; Louie Larson and wife, six cups and saucers; Ella Larson, tooth pick holder; J. Dyre and wife, table cloth; Maria, Andrew, John and Henry Olson, lamp; P. E. Peterson and wife, wash bowl and pitcher.
It is rumored that last Monday N. C. Foster sent a crew of men to clear out the right of way for an extension of the Fairchild and North-Eastern railroad as far as Bright's farm or perhaps beyond there.
Arlo Huckstead, cousin to Thomas Vine was a visitor at his home last week Thursday.
J. A. Sheets is putting a new stone foundation under his house, C. Varney is dong the mason work.
S. R. Kelly had a logging bee last week Wednesday, he got about three acres logged up.
M. Krogness is clearing up a nice piece of land near his house which adds quite a little to the appearance of the premises.
C. Richeleau has been turnpiking the road between Peter Christopherson's and Thos. Vine's place--just what was needed, keep right on Mr. Richeleau.
Sam Johnson has a new bicycle and no one around here wears a more pleasant smile than he does.
Wm. Rossow is making excelsior bolts, his brother Chas. helping him.
H. Humpke was taking the census last week Thursday in the east part of town of Warner.
P. F. Lantz and wife of Longwood, were the guests of Thomas Vine last Friday.
Mrs. Rannie Vine and her mother, Mrs. Johnson were the guest of Mrs. G. Philips on Monday last.
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