News: Chili (22 Aug 1913)




Surnames: Schwarz, Berger, Degener, Allen, Snow, Wage, Lavish, Housley, Beeckler, Schoengarth, Lindow


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/22/1913


The tooting of the threshing machine is heard once more throughout the country.  The results around here are quite satisfactory on the average.  In fact the crops turn out considerably better than they ahd been the past ten or eleven years.


Our schoolhouse, that is the interior part is all torn up.  A new chimney is to be put up and the ceiling is plastered over new in order to get the $150 state aid.


Quite a few from here went to Granton to take in the ball game between Fremont and the Indians.  It rained too soon, consequently there was not much of the game.


The harvest dance given by the Schoengarth orchestra drew quite a crowd of young people.


Mrs. S.G. Schwarz has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lindow the latter part of last week.  She left for Granton, Monday.


Miss Esther Berger of Neillsville visited with Miss Vivian Degener man per team.


Mr. Allen made a trip to Augusta per motor cycle Saturday, returning per railroad Sunday.


Al Snow shipped a car of stock last Tuesday morning.


Miss Gladys Wage was a caller here Monday afternoon.


Mrs. Lavish and daughter Edna of Sheboygan County are at present visiting with Dr. and Mrs. Houseley.


Three crews are working now on the state road system, making good progress.


Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Beeckler and the Misses Beasland Daphne spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wate.



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