News: Romadka (5 Dec 1913)




Surnames: Fruit, Spry, Mellen, Houpt, McClaflin, Bird, Jacobi, Reich, Rath, Downer, Dubes, McMahon, Swanson, Montgomery, Handke, Canfield, Frank, Curtis, Converse, Schmidtke, Zuelsdorf, Beaty, Norris, Scoles, Schlinsog, Smith, Stevens, Scheel, Robbins, Garbush, Johnson, Arleson, Baker, Knoll, Wood


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 12/05/1913


Wallace Fruit visited W.J. Spry’s Sunday.


Mrs. Mellen has been very sick lately.


Fred Houpt went visiting Sunday.


McClaflins visited at Jacobi’s Sunday.


Joe Bird had hay baled last Wednesday.


Willie Jacobi has gone to work at Albert Strey’s.


Jacobi’s took dinner at McClaflin’s Thanksgiving day.


Gustave Reich’s baby is having trouble with its eyes.  Dr. Rath entertains hopes of its recovery.


Eugene Downer is going to school at York Center since Monday.


Bertha Dubes was down to clean the church room Monday.


Joe McMahon visited Hugo Swanson Sunday.


Peter Montgomery visited the McClaflin boys last Saturday afternoon.


Mrs. Frank Downer and son Victor visited Mrs. Paul Handke Sunday.


Howard Canfield took dinner at Warren McClaflin’s Thanksgiving.


The Heathville school is going to have a Christmas program on Dec. 19th.


Mrs. Frank Downer and Mrs. Paul Hanke visited at Fred Franks on Sunday afternoon.


Jay Curtis is attending the Heathville school at present.


Frank Downer, Neil Downer and Clay Converse went hunting last week.


Otto Schmidtke is baling hay this week.


Clarence Downer worked for Frank Downer during his absence.


The folks around here are taking rest on account of the bab weather.


Myron Spry of Loyal has been visiting relatives here last week.


August Zuelsdorf is improving fast after his accident.


L. Curtis and family spent Thanksgiving Day at H. Beaty’s.


George Norris helped W.J. Spry install his new furnace last week.


L. Curtis and family visited at W.J. Spry’s Sunday.


James Scoles called on W.W. Smith Sunday.


James Scoles called on W.W. Smith Sunday.


H. Schlinsog entertained company Sunday.


Mrs. L.J. Stevens called at R. Scheel’s Sunday.


Ira Robbins visited at A. Zuelsdorf’s Sunday afternoon.


Warren McClaflin, Fred Garbush and Howard Canfield have butchered lately.


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frank took dinner with Mrs. Nancy Johnson on Thanksgiving Day.


Orren Arleson and his brother visited Willard and Ceat Beaty Sunday.


Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baker and son Donald made a trip to Neillsville on Saturday for the purpose of dental work.


Friends and relatives of Miss Lucia Beaty held a surprise party at her home last Friday night in honor of her seventeenth birthday.  Many of the Heathville villagers were present, but everyone was much disappointed at not seeing Henry Knoll’s smiling face in the crowd.


The teacher and pupils of the Romadka School join in thanking the patrons for their kind support of the school.  First, they extend thanks to the people who so kindly lent them the various articles used in the play, and secondly they wish to thank all who turned out, even though the weather was poor, to listen to the play.  Be assured that such a support does not remain unappreciated.  The pupils had their parts in fine shape, the only one missing a line being Mr. Wood, who was taking the part left vacant by Ralph Spry, who has been unable to attend school since his accident.  The proceeds amounted to four dollars and forty-five cents.




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