News: Heathville (21 Mar 1913)
Surnames: Sanger, Maluge, Knoll, Davis Hotchkiss, Happe, Lophore, Garbisch, Fadner
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/21/1913
Will Sanger was in Marshfield Tuesday, and while there consulted Krasin Bros. in regard to his new building which he intends to build this coming summer. The building is going to be a frame structure 36 s 30, 18 feet high. Will intends to remove the old dwelling and use some of the material, whatever proves of any value.
As we are writing this letter in the printing office and haven’t got much time, some of the neighbors must pardon us if a few of the items escape out notice. However, the lead in our pencil is the same as always and will be of service to the public again as soon as things are mended. At present our mind is wandering and is off from its original creating capacity.
The line fence trouble has been settled in Heathville. This could have been done in the first place and thereby saving time, trouble, money and avoiding enemies.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Maluge of Marshfield are rejoicing over the arrival of a 10 lb. baby girl.
Mrs. H.A. Knoll is expected home from Marshfield hospital tomorrow.
Wellie Davis, as far as can be learned, has bought the old Bob Fadner place and will take possession as soon as the papers arrive.
Peter Hotchkiss and W.R. Happe were in Neillsville last Thursday. While there they looked after the interest of the town.
Rev. H. Lophone from New York City will deliver 2 lectures on the divine ages on Wednesday evening, march 26, in the Lee schoolhouse, and on Thursday evening, March 27, in the Garbisch schoolhouse. Everybody is cordially invited.
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