News: Chili (15 Sep 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Heines, Engberg, Koser, Degener, Prust, Henning, Snow, Kempin, Selk
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) September 15, 1911
Chili (15 September 1911)
Last week Thursday there passed away at the St. Joseph Hospital at Marshfield, Mrs. Eda Heines, the wife of Fred Heines of the Town of Fremont. The deceased had been sick with typhoid fever.
Dr. and Mrs. Engberg and son who visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. H. Koser taking in the threshing days, left Sunday morning for Lake Mills, their home.
The Eagle feed cutter, Moline plows, Pittsburg electric fence and wood fibre wall plaster at Degener’s.
The father of Fred Heines, also Fred’s sister and the parents of Mr. and Mrs. August Prust were here to attend the funeral last Sunday.
A carload of cement was received and sold by H. H. Henning.
Al Snow shipped a carload of stock Monday. It rained quite hard in the morning, but Al said he did not care as he as a roof to go under now when he is weighing the stock.
Next week there will be a wedding not far from here. We can give the particulars in about a week’s time.
August Kempin is getting along O.K. He is up and around and is doing light work occasionally.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selk and two children who have been visiting relatives in Minnesota, returned Tuesday a.m.
The Royal Neighbors of Chili will give a quilt raffle and sunshine social at the Woodman Hall Saturday evening, Sept. 23rd. Everybody come, wear a bit of yellow and enjoy the sunshine. A program will be given in which the rubber necks will participate. Lunch will be served at 10c each.
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