News: Town Line (30 Mar 1917)
Surnames: Scoles, Rowe, Kidd, Breitenstein, Norris, Beaty, Albaugh, Snyder, Pizer, Knoll, Smith, Ferrill, Spangler, Patno, Boyde, Martin, Carter, Curtiss, Curtis
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/30/1917
(Last week’s items)
James Scoles and daughter Jessie are home from Richland County, after a three month visit among relatives.
Norman Rowe and Mollie Kidd attended a basket social at Chili Tuesday evening.
Quite a number from this vicinity attended the Breitenstein auction at Spokeville Monday.
On account of storm and bad roads not a very large crowd turned out to the surprise party on Flay Curtiss last Saturday.
George Norris is visiting with his sister, Mrs. Howard Beaty.
George Albaugh was a Neillsville caller Monday.
Grant Snyder, Fred and John Pizer are busy hauling lumber from Loyal this week for their new barns they intend to build this spring.
Henry Knoll and family are moving onto their farm this week.
Frant Snyder and Fred Pizer, with the help of a few of their neighbors, unloaded a car of cement from Spokeville last week.
(This week’s items)
The snow is fast leaving and we are glad to bid it farewell.
Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Smith spent Sunday at Lem Curtis’.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pizer spent Sunday at Mrs. Charley Ferrill’s at Chili.
Mr. Ad Albaugh is enjoying a visit with his sister, Mrs. George Spangler from Bloom City.
Mr. and Mrs. John Patno and Milton Boyde took dinner with Grandma Martin Sunday.
Mollie Kidd spent Sunday with Dulcie Smith.
The Spokeville and Heathville schools are having a week’s vacation owing to the bad roads.
Mr. George Albaugh and Miss Ruth Carter departed for the latter’s home Friday. When we see them again they will be man and wife.
Grace Albaugh was home from her school Friday and returned Monday.
Last Thursday, March 22nd, marked the 21st birthday of Mollie Kidd. Her mother, brother and friends planned a surprise party in her honor. There were 30 in number. Lunch was served at midnight and the crow departed in the wee small hurs of morning, wishing her many returns.
Emery Albaugh is the proud possessor of a new driving horse. Now, girls, look out!
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