News: Heathville (4 Mar 1910)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Schuster, Knoll, Schmidtke, Latamore, Heath, Davis, Duffe, Sanger, Smith, Jordan, Happe, Erhardt, Drake
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) March 4, 1910
Heathville (4 March 1910)
Miss Fronie Schuster assisted Mrs. H. A. Knoll in her household duties during her illness.
Gustave and Henry Schmidtke left for North Dakota last week.
Delbert Latamore and Fran are moving into their house in Heathville.
Ol’ Norman took another bath, this time without injuring the fish.
Mrs. Andrew Heath was taken ill last week with a severe cold. At present she is on the gain.
Wellie Davis’ horse is well broke, it will go a mile in 3 minutes all alone.
John Duffe went to Marshfield Monday seeking medical aid in regard of his rheumatism.
Chas Sanger of Rockham, S. D. attended the funeral of Louis Albrecht.
Lem Smith’s sale was well attended and Loyal Jordan the manager is to be congratulated for his untiring efforts in the former’s favor.
If reports are true the Heathville cheese factory is sold.
August Happe manager of the Erhardt Bros. saw mill will commence operations in about a week.
Chas. Schuster will commence work for the Granton airship man next week.
The old saying is there is a fool born every minute, bur we are not responsible for all the numskulls on this earth. If we were we would jump into a lake and what should become of the above mentioned is entirely out of our jurisdiction and leaves that to the fool killer. That Angel is wandering about Burley, Wash., and is often struck by the street nomenclature. If this was not true he wouldn’t burden our Editor with such nonsense. We don’t pretend to know anything about Nate Drake’s business, as the latter proved him a successful farmer while in our midst and unless we are misinformed is wishing now he had stayed in Heathville which is called the little paradise by the Burleyites. So my dear bald headed Angel if you want to know what water is good for we can tell you, it makes the feet smell better and I guess you are getting a lot of it, if you only know enough to use it.
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