News: Chili (9 Feb 1906)
Surnames: Canfield, Fadner, Hollenbeck, Tobles, Sifert, Youmans, Fraser, Stewart, Young
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 02/09/1906
The Modern Woodmen of Chili, Wis., will celebrate Washington’s birthday with a big dance on Thursday eve, Feb. 22, 1906, at their new hall, Chili., Wis. No pains have been spared to make this an enjoyable night for all. Everybody is cordially invited, especially the neighboring camps. Music is by the well known Cole orchestra. Jud Canfield is caller. A fine supper will be served. Tickets to dance and supper are $1.00. The Committee.
The funeral of Rob Fadner, who departed suddenly last week Wednesday, was held Saturday morning at 12 o’clock, Rev. Mallory officiating. Appropriate songs were rendered by a quartet.
Mr. Hollenbeck and family, who live on the E. Tobles place ¾ miles south, mourn the loss of a daughter, Minnie. She died Friday and was buried Sunday morning, Rev. Sifert officiating. Her departure is felt deeply by the family.
Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Youmans were in town Friday and Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. Fadner.
A cold wave struck this town, bringing the mercury down to 36 below zero Tuesday morning.
Anita Fraser was quite sick Saturday, but is better.
Tom Stewart, who has been suffering quite a bit lately, is up and able to be around the house.
Miss Anna Young made a trip to Minneapolis Saturday, returning Sunday night.
The L.N. Christenson Co. is shipping 4 car loads of heading and staves this week.
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