News: Sherwood (6 Jun 1913)
Surnames: Rinehart, Sparks, Gall, Freedland, St. Germain, Anderson, Clark, Frachette, Eggen, Johnson, Dresden, Schwanebeck, Rath, Wallace, Coulthart, Wittcamp
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/06/1913
Harvey Rinehart went to Granton last week to work for Rose Paulson but returned home Monday.
Jesse Sparks bought a 3-year-old colt from Mr. Freedland.
Mrs. Albert Gall entertained company from Lynn last week.
Mrs. St. Germain and niece Hattie Sparks went Monday to visit relatives and friends at Plainfield and vicinity.
There was quite a crowd at the cemetery on Decoration Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Gall received word that their daughter Ida was married in Iowa on the 28th of May.
Mrs. Andy Anderson and children visited with John Clark Tuesday.
The baseball 9 from Cary Bluffs came out last Sunday to have a game with the Dewhurst 9, but they played 2 innings and got scared and left. They did not want to get beat too bad so they left in a hurry.
The ladies aid meets Wednesday with Mrs. Frachette.
Henry Eggen is the owner of a new top buggy.
Mr. Johnson, the newcomer on the Dresden place, has got a housekeeper.
Herman Schwanebeck started Saturday to take his son Paul to the Marshfield Hospital, but he was so bad when they got to Granton that he had to leave him there in care of Dr. Rath. At last report he was feeling better.
Mrs. Jesse Sparks and Florence Sparks were Granton callers Thursday.
A son was reported born to Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Wallace at Stevens Point. The little one only lived 5 days.
The Sherwood Cheese Factory will ship their first shipment of cheese Thursday of this week. The farmers are wearing a broader smile every week now. What we lack now is a store.
Those who put up new silos in this vicinity this summer are Dave Sparks, John Coulthart, H. Schwanebeck, R. Wittcamp and Mrs. Frachette.
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