News: South Grant (18 Mar 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Shield, Speigel, Walker

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/18/1915

Southwest Grant (18 MAR 1915)

The Shield boys finished loading the car of hay Saturday.

A few wolf tracks have been seen in Mr. Speigel’s yard and as there us no bounty on this kind of a wolf, he has not yet been caught.

We hear that a few weeks ago while Albert Walker was going to the woods he met a bull, and seeing that the animal was on the war path he decided that the safest place for him was up in a tree. So Albert sat in the tree singing songs and telling stories to the animal nearly all afternoon. Finally he succeeded in getting him good natured again and got down from his perch and went home none the worse for his adventure.



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