News: Granton Locals #1 (8 Sep 1905)
Surnames: Cole, Page, Lapp, Rose, Wegner, Amidon, Stallman, Davis, Marsh, Reese, Morris, Rausch, Barker, Albrecht, Finnegan, Schroeder, Schwartz, Schwarz, Owen, Schlinsog, Babcock, Saeger, Thomas, Kamps, Peters, Kalsow, Hart, Wright, Wonser, Winn, Schuelke, Beaver, Rosenberg, Jenks, Breseman, Garman, Gerber, Lautenbach, Hughes, Osgood, Tischer, Winter, Listeman
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 09/08/1905
Mrs. Chas. Babcock visited her daughter here Monday
Jess Saeger, Kearney and Albert Davis spent several days early this week in quest of cranberries.
Miss Hope Marsh left Sunday morning for Marshfield where she will attend the high school again this year.
Messrs. Nic Thomas and Richard Kamps of Appleton were guests of Mrs. F.H. Peters here one day late last week.
Miss Theresa Kalso spent Sunday at her home in Globe, going down Saturday and returning Monday.
Miss Ethel Hart went to Merrillan Friday afternoon for an extended visit with relatives there.
Roy Wright, carrier on Route 1, has horses, carriages, cutters, etc. of his own now, having purchased L.S. Davis’ whole outfit.
Mrs. E.R. Wonser and little daughter left for Sheboygan Monday morning where they went to visit with relatives.
Miss Bertha Winn went to Humbird Saturday and resumed her school duties there Monday as teacher for the ensuing year.
Miss Amanda Schuelke, a daughter of Chas. Schuelke, who for considerable time has been employed at stenography in Chicago, returned home last week for a several week visit and vacation.
Geo. Beaver, Wm. Schwartz, Mrs. F.H. Peters and Miss Minnie Rosenberg were among the berry pickers the first of the week, bringing home 3 bushel of the choice fruit.
R.M. Jenks, cashier of the Loyal State Bank, drove over from there Wednesday morning, and with his wife, too the 2 p.m. train here for the southern part of the state, going on a vacation trip.
Miss Elsie Breseman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Breseman, passed her fifteenth milestone last Sunday and a goodly number of her young friends, being aware of the fact, made the occasion a memorable one; meeting and going to the Breseman home in a body where they took Miss Elsie by surprise and where, in company with her, they spent a most delightful long to be remembered evening.
Mrs. F.H. Peters had two Pitner lamps and one chandelier put in her home, the Eagle House, last week. These are the gasoline light put in by F.M. Garman of Merrillan for the Gillett Light Co. of Chicago, and are very materially adding their share to the comfort and happiness of the patrons and guests of the Eagle House.
Kurt Listeman of Neillsville transacted business her on Wednesday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winter, a daughter last Thursday.
Mrs. Dan Nasland and children visited Neillsville friends last Friday and Saturday.
Miss Bertha Tischer left Monday morning for an extended visit at Milwaukee.
G.E. Amidon, our hustling druggist, made a flying trip to Black River Falls, Saturday.
L.S. Davis is attending the Stevens Point Normal, when he went Sunday.
Myron Osgood has rented the S.R. Davis farm for a year and takes possession Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S.R. Davis expect to spend much of the next 12 months in travel and visit.
Julius Lautenbach, who was running a steam thresher for his brother August, had a narrow escape from death while threshing for Jim Hughes one day last week. The engine became unmanageable, got away from him and took a trip downhill, backing into the feeder in such a manner as to leave Julius unharmed though greatly scared.
Fred Gerber remembered us with a few choice apples just as would delight the housekeeper for pickling. Trying to buy some of him we learned that we were too late, as he had been unable to supply the demand this year. We are indebted for the sample but they tasted like more and we couldn’t satisfy the devil’s appetite, let alone ours.
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