News: Granton, Wis. (15 Jan 1914)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Milliams, Tompkins, Morris, Knorr, McClafflin, Davis, Marsh, Wright, Beeckler, Osgood, Ferguson, Raymond, Schoengarth, Rath


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Jan 15, 1914


Granton, Wisconsin (15 Jan 1914)


Mesdames H. E. Milliams and J.M. Tompkins spent Thursday at Eau Claire.


Jessie Morris of St. Paul was a guest at the A.J. Knorr home last week.


Merril McClafflin returned to his home at Asplin Friday.  His grandmother, Mrs. Rice Davis, accompanied him as far as Marshfield.


Jos. Marsh of Marshfield, A.B. and S.M. Marsh and families of Neillsville spent Sunday here with their sister, Mrs. J.J. Wright.


Lula Beeckler is home from her visit at Stevens Point.


Math Osgood and family made an over Sunday visit at Pittsville.


Frank Ferguson and family are living in rooms in the D. Raymond house.


Mrs. H.E. Schoengarth was taken to the Eau Claire hospital last week and will undergo an operation some time this week.  She was accompanied by her husband and Dr. R. Rath.


Mrs. F.C. Rath of Cataract is visiting at Dr. R.R. Rath’s.



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