News: Chili (15 Sep 1905)
Surnames: Fraser. Bullis, Christenson, Beeler, Young, Hollister, Cline, Heideloff, Nason, Henning, Prust, Dankemyer, Soles, Brown
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 09/15/1905
S.D. Fraser is out again after being laid up for some time.
One of Mr. Bullis’ twin babies died Sunday evening about 10 o’clock of dysentery. The little one was about 5 weeks old.
L.N. Christenson made a business trip to Chicago last Thursday night.
The picnic given by the German Lutherans at Beeler’s grove last Sunday was a complet success in every way. The amount realized was $110.
Miss Bessie Young left Monday morning for Chippewa Falls where she will be employed as nurse in the state home for the feeble minded at that place.
Mrs. G.W. Hollister of Thorp is here visiting friends and relatives. She will remain here for a short time and then will leave for Merrillan where she visited with her sister, Mrs. Louis Drago.
At present writing Fred Dankemyer’s youngest child is very sick with summer complaint. He is attended by Dr. Soles of Granton.
Mr. O.L. Cline, who has been depot agent here for the last two years, left Sunday for Elmwood where he will assume the same position at that place. He was a bright, upright fellow, never lacking in his duties, and was well liked by everybody. He is succeeded by Mr. Alfred Heideloff who has taken charge of the depot and will move his family here in a short time. He will occupy the house vacated by Mr. Cline.
Mrs. Ted Nason of St. Paul, who has been visiting relatives at Nasonville, left for home Saturday morning.
H.H. Henning drove to Marshfield Saturday, accompanied by his sister Mary, who has been visiting here for some time.
Mrs. H.G. Prust returned home from Christie Saturday, where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Brown
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