News: Romadka (24 Oct 1913)
Surnames: Schuster, Downer, Smith, Latamore, Norris, Stevens, Spry, Garbisch, North, Johnson, Perkins, Kintzele, Jacobi, McClaflin, Reich, Retta, Krejci, Canfield, Turner, North
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/24/1913
Agnes Schuster visited at Frank Downer’s Sunday and Monday.
John Kintzele was at Neillsville on Sunday.
Mr. Smith had mason work done last week.
Messrs. Latamore, Stevens, Norris attended a sale Monday.
W.J. Spry made a business trip to Granton Monday.
The school has received the new library books.
Fred Garbisch finished digging his potatoes last week.
George North visited at W. Spry’s last Sunday.
Justin Johnson purchased a couple of cows last week.
Mrs. Perkins and daughter Midge of Neillsville visited at Kintzele’s the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobi took supper at Warren McClaflin’s Sunday.
Mildred Kintzele and Midge Perkins visited school Friday.
Gustave Reich and son Paul went to Granton Monday.
Carl Retta has moved his house on to the foundation and is erecting a wing.
Frank Downer expects to move into his new house the latter part of this week. Mr. Schafer is now engaged in painting it.
Mrs. Johnson’s new house is also nearing completion. The work is being carried on by three carpenters, Mr. Turner, Lawrence and Krejci. They are boarding at Mrs. Canfield’s.
A motor cyclist had a rather serious accident here one day last week. While speeding along the road near Mrs. Johnson’s he struck a stone. As hes machine started to tip, he accidentally opened the galoline feed. The cycle went on for about two hundred feet, stopping when it hit the fence. The machine was badly damaged, but fortunately the rider escaped serious injury. It is said that he intends to sue the town for damages.
Don’t forget the Halloween party and basket sociable at the Romadka School house on Thursday evening, Oct. 30, 1913. Everybody is invited.
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