News: Romadka (24 Nov 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Strey, Schlinsog, Pietenpol, Garbisch, Scoles, Canfield, Balke, Beaver, Benedict, Spry, Smith, Frank, Dubes, Jacobi, Dreile
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) November 24, 1911
Romadka (24 November 1911)
Winter is here!
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Strey and baby Elsie spent Sunday with friends in South Grant.
Mrs. Fred Schlinsog is on the sick list.
Several from her attended the silver wedding at Pietenpol’s Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schlinsog and children visited at the Herman Garbisch home, Sunday.
Jim Scoles attended the county board meeting in Neillsville last week; Ernst Schlinsog doing the chores for him during the time.
Ray Canfield spent Sunday at H. A. Schlinsog’s.
Mrs. Nancy Scoles and granddaughter Bessie returned to their home in Richland County Friday after a five months stay with her son Jim Scoles.
Miss Tina Bailke, Sundayed at home
Geo Beaver was seen on our streets Sunday.
Perry Benedict bought Herman Garbisch’s back forty for $1,400.00. He intends to move on as soon as possible.
Miss Norma Spry visited with her cousin Miss Delcie Smith Sunday afternoon.
A number of young people of this vicinity attended the dance at Henning’s Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frank spent Saturday evening at Canfield’s.
Frank Dubes finished silo filling Friday.
Fred Schlinsog hauled grain to Granton Saturday.
Bill Strey is working for his brother, Robert.
Herman Schlinsog made a trip to the Marshfield flour mill with a load of wheat, Monday.
Bill Jacobi was on the deer hunt Sunday and Monday. The writer is sorry not to be able to give the exact amount of game that was victim of Billie’s deadly aim.
There will be a dance at the Heintown hall Friday night, Nov. 24th.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Strey are expected here by Friday. They will move onto the old Dreile place which Albert purchased some time ago.
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