News: Heathville (18 Feb 1910)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Latamore, Garvin, Stevenson, Maluge, Martin, Madler, Zorn, Davis, Drake, Davis, Mundt, Kidd, Degener


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) February 18, 1910


Heathville (18 February 1910)


Delbert Latamore is back from Iowa.


Art Garvin and Clifton Stevenson will leave for the Dakotas in the spring.


Mrs. Grace Maluge of Marshfield and their baby girl have been quite ill for some time.


Sam Martin has been on the sick list for several days.


We don’t know whether Joe Madler is going to be married in the spring or in the fall.


A brother of Wm. Zorn is here on a visit.


The painters are a Sherman Davis’ house finishing the wood work to suit the latter’s taste.


And to you all thanks for the Valentine.


They say that Earl Drake is improving out there in Washington.  If he keeps on there will be as many Drakes there as used to be in Heathville.


Wellie Davis has extra long arms.  They say it comes from hugging.


Chas. Mundt has a fine crop of whiskers.


Yes, Mrs. East Grant we would like to pick at old Norman a little more, but we better take a man of our size.


Is it possible for a married man to be a fool without knowing it?  Not if his wife is alive.


What did Norman Kidd do after he got through bathing at Ocean Park?  Very likely he dried himself.


If you are going to build let Albert Degener figure on your hardware pill.


If the Marshfield News man is going to take ride with the Granton airship man we will pay up our subscription providing he gets another man in his place as good as he is before he undertakes the journey.




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