News: Chili (15 Jun 1917)
Surnames: Petz, Harding, Goddard, Kempine, Degener, Dankemyer, Albrecht, Schlinsog, Waterman, Beeckler, Neinas, Reetz, Peters, Nebel, Eide, Crandall
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/15/1917
Winter has turned into real spring of late, connected and appropriate rains and electric storms.
Mr. Petz has bought the wood shed of the school district and moved it onto his lot.
There was a social gathering at Abe Harding’s Monday evening.
John Goddard, son of Milt Goddard had the misfortune of losing the ends of two fingers on his left hand through playing with dynamite caps. Boys are bound to get into mischief.
Miss Anna Kempine is helping Mrs. A. Degener with her housework.
Some of our fishermen had marvelous luck of late. Some of the fish were so anxious to get caught, that they stayed right in one place with their mouths wide open, until a hood with or without bait dropped smack into it. All the fish had to do was to just shut the mouth and get jerked onto terra firma. Ask Fred Dankemyer. His car almost needs new springs to hold up another load of fish. Ernest Neinas will almost equal this.
This country needs men for the front and more than men it needs money to keep the men supplied to start and to live.
Mrs. Henry Albrecht and Mrs. Chas. Schlinsog returned home from their North Dakota visit on Tuesday.
Mrs. Clark Waterman and daughter Helene went to Granton Saturday and made a weekend visit at E.A. Beeckler’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Neinas and Mrs. Mary Peters and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reetz autoed over from Granton Monday and were guests of the Will Neinas family.
Henry Nebel purchased a new Dodge touring car of Harry Eide this week.
The Crandall Orchestra will give a dance here Saturday, June 16.
Mrs. Ernest Neinas is at the Marshfield Hospital as a patient again, since Tuesday.
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