News: Granton Locals (11 Feb 1910)
Contact:Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Page, Holmes, Breed, Wood, Baer, Beeckler, Shaw, Anding, Garbisch, Schlinsog, Williams, Beecher, Stockwell, Schoengarth, Dost, Marsh, Davis, Tompkins, Warsh, Converse, Stratton, Mahn, Schune, Kimball, Wonser, Paulson, Kemmeter, Chapel, Hart, Merrill, Ober, Sweet, Campbell, Budge, Clune, Taft, Reinhardt, Teatz, Albrecht
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) February 11, 1910
Granton Local (11 February 1910)
Wood wanted at this office.
Mrs. Warren Page spent last Friday with relatives at Chili.
Mrs. H. B. Holmes will entertain the Art Needlework club this Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Gusta Breed has been at Chili visiting among relatives and friends since last week Friday.
Miss Vada Wood of Neillsville accompanied Mrs. Baer home from there last Saturday and spent the afternoon here.
Mrs. Chas. Beeckler and little grandson Donald Shaw returned home on Monday from a couple weeks visit between relatives at Seymour and Green Bay.
Mrs. Richard Anding of Altoona after several weeks visit here among relatives left for her home at Altoona on Saturday.
Paul Garbisch after spending three weeks at the Eau Claire hospital where he underwent an operation returned home last Saturday.
Herman Schlinsog who was confined to his bed all of last week suffering with Quinsy is on the road to recovery.
H. E. Williams’ aged father has been suffering with the grip for ten days past.
Miss Lulu Beecher was brought home from Milwaukee last week Thursday and under the new treatment is rapidly recovering from her late affliction.
Mrs. F. J. Baer spent a couple days of last week at the C. S. Stockwell home in Neillsville.
Herman Schoengarth is home from Medford since Saturday.
Mrs. Jack Dost who was very ill last week is rapidly recovering, at this writing.
Miss Orra Marsh returned Wednesday from a several weeks visit at Stevens Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis of Heathville were guests at the J. M. Tompkins home here on Tuesday.
Mrs. Vet Warsh and daughters Agnes and Luella came over from Neillsville last Saturday and pleasantly spent the time until Monday evening visiting town friends and relatives.
Mrs. Frank Converse after spending a couple months with her daughter, Mrs. Fay Stratton at Melrose returned home here early last week.
Mrs. John Mahn and daughter came over from Neillsville last Friday and remained until Monday evening, guests in the Wm. Schune home.
Miss Emma Kimball visited relatives a Merrillan early this week.
Fred Wonser of Unity visited his brother E.R. here this week.
Doc Wonser and Ross Paulson shipped a car load of horses west on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marsh of Marshfield visited relatives here Wednesday and Thursday.
Frank Converse has resigned his position at the Forest House.
Earl Marsh has finished teaching school at Globe and is home since last Saturday.
The Kemmeter mill employs 18 men since early this week.
FOR SALE: Have a fine buffet, good as new that I wish to sell, or will consider a trade for green chunk wood or any other useful article. J. P. Dost, Granton, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Chapel gave up their house keeping rooms over the bank last Saturday since which time they are living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hart.
Dr. Merrill who several years ago practiced medicine here is now located at Grand Rapids.
Mrs. Leland Davis accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ober to Arpin Thursday for a few days visit at the Rice Davis home.
Mrs. Sweet after a few days visit at Chili returned here Monday noon to keep house for Geo. Campbell.
Dave Garbisch and daughter Lillie went to Stratford last Monday on a several days visit to relatives.
Sauerkraut is bully,
Dill pickles they are fine,
Think I ought to know it,
Hart keeps them all the time.
We are still selling Ladies Coats, Suits and Furs at closing out prices. This is your opportunity to buy at less than wholesale. W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ober on account of illness of their daughter, Mrs. Rice D. Davis at Bethel moved there, yesterday.
Geo. Budge of Minneapolis is acting engineer on the Omaha day passenger train between Merrillan and Marshfield during James Clune’s, the regular engineer’s leave of absence.
A very large assortment of new spring worsted dress goods, ginghams, white goods, linens, tailored waists, all kinds of wash goods and galateas now open for your inspection at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Company.
J. M. Tompkins last Tuesday received from President Taft his appointment as postmaster of the Granton Post Office, the term, which holds good for four years, to commence February 1st.
Will Reinhardt was badly hurt while working at Kemmeter’s mill Tuesday forenoon. He was assisting in some repairing when an overhead shafting suddenly gave way and struck Will on his head, inflicting an ugly gash. He will be laid up for several days.
Robert Teatz transacted business at the Farmers State Bank on Tuesday. He presented such a bruised and pitiful appearance that we inquired of him the reason and learned that this was his first appearance in public since the sand pit accident a week ago when he, while in a stooping position and assisting in the rescue of Louis Albrecht who was struck by a heavy fall of sand, completely burying him and severely injuring him in various ways. We with his many other friends are hoping that it will be nothing more serious than a few weeks time when he will be quite restored to his usual good health, looks and feeling.
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