News: Granton Items (28 Dec 1916)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Sturdevant, Smith, Johnson, Paulson, Sternitzky, Arndt, Marsh, Neitzel, Schoengarth, Beeckler, Davis, Beaver, Worchel, Garbush, Bender, Peterson, Hughes, Mallory, Cook, Lautenbach, Kintzele
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) December 28, 1916
Granton Items (December - 1916)
Attorney C. R. Sturdevant and Assemblyman elect W. L. Smith, of Neillsville, were here on business last Sat.
Frank Johnson, one of our soldier boys, who came home from the south last week Thursday, spent the next day at Eau Claire, visiting his mother, who is a patient in the hospital there.
Lilas and Raymond Paulson went to Neillsville Friday evening and visited at their uncle’s, Peter Paulsons, until Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Henry Sternitzky and daughter Anna went to Neillsville Wednesday on a couple days visit to the Gus Arndt family.
Mrs. Claire Marsh, her son Glen, and daughters Lela and Loretta arrived here from Porterville, Cal., on a surprise visit to her mother, Mrs. Susan Neitzel, and other relatives, last week Thursday.
Mrs. Herman Schoengarth, Miss Pearl Beeckler, Mrs. Kearney Davis, Mrs. Geo. Beaver, Arnold Worchel, and David Garbush were Neillsville visitors Wednesday.
Miss Essie Bender, bookkeeper for the Carnation Milk Produce Co. at Richland Center arrived home Wednesday morning on a weeks vacation visit to home folks.
Rex Beeckler and Ethan Peterson are home from Stevens Point since Monday; the Normal school being closed there on account of an epidemic of scarlet fever.
Will Hughes and Joe Mallory, of Frankfort, S. Dak., who visited relatives in the Sam Cook and James Hughes families early last week, left on the return trip last week, Thursday.
Miss Hattie Lautenbach and her brothers Walter and Paul are expected home from Curtiss yet this week to spend the holidays at least.
Reg. of Deeds elect, John P. Kintzele, spent Tuesday at Neillsville and Wednesday at Chili, as one of the board of band (bank) examiners for the First National and the Chili State Bank.
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