News: Granton Locals (4 Feb 1910)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Neinas, Amidon, Mellen, Kidd, Davis, Budge, Riedel, Barth, Dost, Ackerman, Huff, Chase, Page, Reichert, Knorr, Schmahl, Brown, Williams, Pietenpol, Wiesner, Frasier, Wonser, Hatch, Wage, Oliver, Schroeder, Heibel, Coats, Ball, Ross, Baer, Beecher
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) February 4, 1910
Granton Locals (4 February 1910)
Wood wanted at this office.
The stock buyers will ship calves and cattle Tuesday, Feb. 8th.
Mrs. Chas. Neinas was taken suddenly and seriously ill on Tuesday.
Nice line of Swiss Milk Chocolates at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Chas Neinas transacted business at Marshfield Tuesday forenoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mellen and Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Kidd were Neillsville visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. W. S. Davis and daughter Gertrude went to St. Paul Tuesday to spend several weeks with Mrs. Geo Budge.
Mrs. Augusta Riedel went to Nasonville Tuesday to spend some time with her mother Mrs. Augusta Barth.
Mrs. Jack Dost is very ill and confined to her bed, being threatened with pneumonia.
Get your Valentines at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Miss Lillie Ackerman after serving a several months apprenticeship with a dressmaker at Neillsville returned home last Saturday a full fledged dressmaker.
Will Huff left for the state of Iowa last week where he will buy a carload of purebred Percheron stallions for his horse ranch in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Mrs. Ollie Chase of Salem, Oregon, who with her husband is here visiting relatives and friends, spent several days last week with Mrs. Warren Page.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reichert returned to Chicago last Saturday after spending their honeymoon among relatives here.
A. J. Knorr went to Madison last Tuesday to visit his son Lynn and from there he expects to go to Milwaukee and attend the meeting of the Retail Hardware Dealers Association. He will also visit the auto show in Chicago next week.
Little Norma Schmall has been very ill and under the doctor’s care since Monday.
Mrs. Laura Brown entertained the circle at her home on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Willis Williams and Mrs. Hank Pietenpol were Neillsville visitors the first of the week.
Miss Ottilie Wiesner went to Neillsville Saturday for a few days to visit among relatives of that city.
B. F. Frasier, superintendent of the county farm, is at present very ill with sugar diabetes. His condition is considered serious.
GIRL WANTED for general house work. Inquire of E. R. Wonser, Granton.
Mrs. Alice Hatch visited at Neillsville between trains on Monday afternoon and spent that night here with her friend Mrs. T. D. Wage.
Wm. Oliver has returned from Chatfield, Minn., where he has been on a several weeks visit to his brother who resides there.
A son was born to Mrs. Ernest Schroeder Sunday night. Mother and babe are reported to be doing nicely.
Fred Heibel of Dodgeville who recently purchased the Coats cheese factory in York arrived here Tuesday and will assume the management of the factory.
Mr. E. R. Ball of Hawarden, Iowa, arrived here the latter part of last week and spent a few days with Dr. Ross and family. He returned again Saturday morning being accompanied by the doctor’s mother, who after spending about six months here will visit her daughter, Mrs. Ball.
Miss Elsie Riedel is spending a couple weeks with Mrs. F. J. Baer, after which she in company with her cousin, Miss Minnie Barth will leave for Milwaukee where each have secured paying and desirable employment.
Miss Lulu Beecher who has suffered with a peculiar skin disease for several years past upon its spreading with alarming rapidity within the past few days was on Wednesday morning hurried to Milwaukee where special treatment is to be applied to relieve the little sufferer.
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