News: Chili (12 Sep 1913)
Surnames: Plathner, Degener, Wage, Dawes, Behringer, Henning, Harriman Millholen, Fenske, Chitwood, Verkeilen, Engeberg, Koser, Elchlipp, Farwell, Brown, Gantford, Waterman, Pickett, Wendorf, Mundt.
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 09/12/1913
The potato house, it is understood, will buy potatoes the end of this week and will keep on buying as long as there are potatoes and as long as the market is in favorable condition.
The potato crop around here is an equal good condition as it was last year, if not better. This coupled with a good corn crop assured ought to help out considerably.
Mr. Otto Plathner from Spencer visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Degener over Sunday.
School commenced Monday with Gladys Wage as teacher.
P.J. Dawes made a business trip to Marshfield Tuesday.
This vicinity sent quite a number of people to take in the Neillsville fair. It was good fair weather for once.
It is reported that E.R. Behringer sold his house, barn and 5 acres of land to H.H. Henning.
Some time ago Thode Harriman sold his old homestead to Dell Millholen.
The number of silos going up around here is astonishing. New settlers appreciating the value of a silo are putting them up.
Chas. Fenske, F. Chitwood, George Verkeilen, H. Ebert are among them that have put up a silo.
Dr. and Mrs. Engsberg and daughter Ruby have returned to Lake Mills after their two week visit at Herman Koser’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Henning and family made an over Sunday visit at the Chas. Elchlipp home at Phillips.
Mrs. Judd Farwell returned to Chicago after a two week visit with her mother, Mrs. G.F. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gantford and son were Sunday guests of Mrs. Gantford’s parent at Spencer over Sunday.
Mrs. Albert Wendorf had her eyes tested at Marshfield one day last week.
H. Koser delivered a fine piano to Mrs. Robert Mundt.
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