News: Heathville (11 Mar 1910)
Contact:Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Zorn, Latamore, Knoll, Smith, Schlinsog, Davis, Dankemyer, Carpenter, Rollin, Heath, Ives, Kintzele, Schoengarth, Duffy
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) March 11, 1910
Heathville (11 March 1910)
Wm. Zorn made a business trip to Milwaukee last week.
Neighbors and friends helped Delbert Latamore move his blacksmith shop closer to the road which will make it more convenient for his customers.
10 tons of clover hay to sell. Inquire of H. A. Knoll.
The recent warm weather caused the stork to make his appearance at Heathville leaving a baby girl at W. W. Smith’s and another one at Fred Schlinsog’s.
Sherman Davis has been suffering with the grippe the past week.
Mrs. Fred Dankemyer has been on the sick list for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carpenter were welcome guests at Grandma Rollin’s last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Heath are at present confined to the bed; the former with the grippe and the latter with bronchitis. They are some better at this writing.
It has been a kept secret for some time, but just as our friend at Burley says we know other people’s business better than we do our own. Still the following is true; Geo. W. Ives and his son George better known as the Marshfield boiler maker and the latter’s sweetheart appeared before John P. Kintzele last Sunday for the purpose of having his father grant him a permit that he may be united in marriage. As John is a willing man and likes to see the good work go on, at once prepared his self and did as he was told. George and his happy bride started for Neillsville where the latter’s parents reside. The father of the bride is the well known Raleigh medicine man perhaps well known to every man in Clark County. Monday, March 7th they were united in marriage by Judge Schoengarth of Neillsville. The groom is well known by all in this vicinity, at one time owned a watchmaker and jeweler store at Chili. He is a wide awake boy at the age of 19.
John Duffy is suffering considerably with rheumatism for the past 2 weeks and is unable to be about.
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