News: Chili (2 Jan 1914)
Surnames: Oens, Bailey, Allen, Reichert, Wage, Maack
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/02/1914
A Happy New Year for everybody, readers of this paper and those who may become readers.
Frank Oens and wife mourn the loss of a little twin boy which died Friday morning and was buried Sat. Morning, attaining the age of five weeks. The bereaved have the sympathy of everybody.
John W. Bailey and wife went to Osseo Tuesday noon, where they will stay with Elmer Bailey for some time perhaps until spring.
L.A. Allen made a business trip to Neillsville Tuesday.
L.A. Reichert was at Granton between trains on Monday.
School in this district closed last Thursday for a two weeks vacation. Tuesday night the teacher Gladys Wage and pupils gave a pa and ma Christmas entertainment, which was highly appreciated by all.
The closing year seems to let us go without having a day of sleighing, something which we don’t experience every year.
G.G. Maack left here the 24th of this month and went to work at Whitehall.
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