News: Chili, Wis. (4 Mar 1910)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Albrecht, Harriman, Fulwiler, Will, Woodworth,
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) March 4, 1910
Chili (4 March 1910)
Louis Albrecht, son of H. Albrecht, who got hurt in the sand pit February 1st died last week Thursday at 10 o’clock a.m. for a while it seemed as though he would get well, but it was false hope.
Thode Harriman was a Marshfield business caller Tuesday afternoon.
W. Fulwiler and John Will leave next Saturday for Montana and Dakota. They are going to have a car together. Both have taken up homesteads.
The business men of Chili have organized an association for the purpose of bettering the business conditions of the village. Monthly meetings will be held and at these meetings anything of importance will be considered.
The Beavers and Beaver Queens of this place met February 26th at the Woodman Hall and with the aid of W. H. Woodworth the genial deputy of the H. R. R. F. became a United Colony. Officers were elected and installed and the lodge increased by the addition of four new members. After the meeting refreshments were served and all present report a pleasant time.
The Chili Star Band will give an Easter dance this year. New pieces are being practiced.
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