News: Schilling Station (19 Oct. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Huckstead, Vine, Stabnaw, Steenberg, Grass, Dutcher, Larson,
Phillips, Hebert, Monica
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood,
Clark County, Wis.) 19 Oct. 1900
Mesdames Huckstead and Howard, of Pleasant Ridge, were the guests of Thos. Vine and wife last Sunday.
Mrs. Angust Stabnaw and sister-in-law, Anna Stabnaw, of Sauk county, were guests at the home of Thomas Vine Sunday. They also visited with Mrs. Will Stabnaw while here.
Chas. Steenberg raised a new log barn on his farm last week.
Henry Grass moved onto Albert Stabnaw's farm last Tuesday.
Albert Stabnaw is busy searching for sheep to purchase these days.
Mrs. Ernest Vine is thinking of going up to Ashland, where her husband is working, in the near future.
Viola Dutcher of Greenwood, is teaching a very satisfactory term of school in the Larson district. The way we know is that no fault has been found that we have heard of, and several families in the district have sounded their praises by saying their children are learning fast and that they like their teacher.
G. Phillips and wife were visiting Mr. Phillip's youngest daughter, Viola, at Romeo, Wis., last week, and also visited with his brothers-in-law, Lewey and Joseph Hebert. He received while there, the sad news of the death of his stepson, Joseph Monica, who had been drowned Oct. 4 in the Wisconsin river at Mosinee, his body not yet being found. It happened as he and six other men were repairing a boom, the boat capsizing, all but Joseph being rescued. He leaves a wife, brother and sister at Spencer to mourn his death.
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