News: Schilling Station (13 July 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Vine, Phillips, Steenberg, Kelley,
Larson, Turquist, Stabnaw, Dutcher
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark
County, Wis.) 13 July 1900
It is surprising the number of teachers that applied for the school in the Larson district. The past few days about 12 offered their services, but alas only one could be chosen. It must be a very desirable school or else teachers are numerous.
Ed Vine reports several jobs of stone mason work being offered to him to do in this vicinity.
G. Phillips is helping S. R. Kelley in haying.
Chas. Steenberg has moved into his new house.
John Turquist has bought a new mowing machine, and is very busy cutting his hay.
Herman Stabnaw and his brothers, William, August and Albert and their families, were visitors to Thomas Vine and wife last Sunday, a part of their number were visitors at the Sunday school in the Larson district.
The school board met the 9th at the school house in the Larson district, and after some debating on candidates for teachers hired Miss Viola Dutcher of Greenwood to teach their school the coming term of four months.
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