News: Chili (22 Sep 1905)
Surnames: Fraser, Christenson, Oatman, Dankemeyer, Bulgrin, Heideloff, Henning, Young, Degner, Schoengarth, Kollath, Gibson, Reichert, Stewart, Bryant, Schuster, Prust, Koser, Lindow, Fischer
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 09/22/1905
Remember the dance at Fraser’s Hall tomorrow night.
L.N. Christenson’s mill shut down Saturday and Monday on account of wet weather.
Mr. I. Oatman had a slight stroke of paralysis Monday night, which will lay him up for some time.
Fred Dankemeyer’s little two-year-old boy died Tuesday at 4 a.m. with summer complaint, having been sick for about three weeks. The funeral was held Wednesday.
H. Bulgrin, the Nasonville cheesemaker, shipped a lot of chees from here Tuesday.
Mr. Heideloff’s household goods came Monday and they will soon be settled in their new home.
Jacob Henning had a bee Saturday and they soon put the shingles on the house to be occupied by Mr. Heideloff.
Fraser & Young is headquarters for school supplies.
Miss Lulu Christenson returned home Monday from Winnebago, where she has been nurse at the state hospital for some time.
Mrs. Degner was at the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Fred Schoengarth, Tuesday.
Albert Kollath went to Marshfield Wednesday afternoon.
Tom Gibson moved onto his farm a week ago, intending to make improvements on the place.
Mr. and Mrs. Reichert were visited Sunday by a few of their near friends.
Mr. Thos. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Henning and Miss Bryant, Anton Schuster and Miss Rose Prust, Herman Koser, John Lindow, Mr. and Mrs. Christenson and daughter Lulu, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fischer were some of those who took in the fair.
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