News: Chili (4 Apr 1913)
Surnames: Neinas, Snow, Walter, Degener, Lange, Maack, Webster, Mundt, Wendorf, Lichte
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/04/1913
Chas. Neinas of Granton was here on business Saturday afternoon.
Al Snow shipped a car of calves, cattle and hogs Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Otto Walter from the town of Grant visited with Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Degener from Saturday until Monday. She wanted to see her daughter Melvina Lange and baby before they left for Dickinson, N.D., and also to see her daughter, Mrs. C.L. Maack from Crivitz, who is visiting with Degener’s.
Complaints are made that maple sap is not quite as plentiful this year as it might be. Still there are chances for a good run yet, with a few night frosts.
The children’s play and program Thursday night drew quite an attendance. A good many outsiders helped to swell the crowd. After the program some games were played where the older people participated.
At last week’s caucus most all of the old town officers were re-nominated, with exception of Mr. E.A. Webster, in whose place Chas. Mundt was nominated. As there doesn’t seem to be any opposition ticket, they can consider themselves elected.
Mrs. A.W. Wendorf went on the early limited to St. Paul Saturday, returning the same night.
Farmers are coming from quite a distance to buy their buggies and machinery here. There certainly is quite a stock to choose from.
Fred Lichte purchased a new milk wagon from H. Degener. The wagon was initiated right of way in the good muddy roads of Wisconsin.
Preparations are well under way for the next social center meeting which will be held in the hall. The schoolhouse is a little too small to accommodate the people.
Blue birds and robins are reported to have been seen in the country, so we will have spring some time.
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