News: Granton Locals #2 (8 Sep 1905)
Surnames: Stockwell, Kimball, Marsh, Garfield, Nanstad, Soles, Williams, Covey, Pohlman, Beeler, Paulson, Christensen, Pietenpol, Grasser, Downer, Wage, Beeckler, Krause, Davis, Snyder, Martin, McLaughlin, Bradbury, Chubb, Holmes
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 09/08/1905
Mr. and Mrs. I.M. Stockwell of Wayne, Neb., visited relatives here on Saturday.
Miss Emma Kimball of Neillsville came out Saturday and visited at W.S. Davis’ until Tuesday evening.
The Misses Kittie and Fay Marsh came over from Neillsville Wednesday for a couple of days visit with relatives.
Bert Garfield of Neillsville, agent for the Gillett Light Co. was out on business Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nanstad and baby Isabella returned Wednesday from their Jackson County visit.
Dr. F.A. Soles and wife and Ed Soles and wife drive to Marshfield Tuesday.
Mrs. Willis Williams entertained the Circle and their friends most delightfully on Wednesday.
Autn Mary Ann Covey returned home to Marshfield Tuesday. She was accompanied by Mrs. Wm. Huff.
Rev. Pohlman’s congregation, the German Lutherans of Fremont, will hold a picnic in Gottlieb Beeler’s woods near the church next Sunday the 10th. Everybody invited.
Miss Letta Paulson, Miss Christensen and Albert Paulson came over from Nasonville Saturday for the dance.
Master Bernhard Pietenpol, who has been suffering for weeks past with a badly disabled leg resulting from a stone bruise and with threatened typhoid fever has so far recovered as to be out and about again.
The Misses Alma Grasser, Callie and Hazel Downer, Dora and Gladys Wage, Pearl Beeckler and Elsie Krause began teaching last Monday in various school districts.
W. Scott Davis took advantage of Monday being Labor Day and went to Minneapolis Saturday night to visit his aunt, returning home early Tuesday morning, after spending a most delightful time in visiting and looking over the Twin Cities.
Albion Snyder of Duluth, who with his wife and children had been visiting relatives and friends here for 10 days, returned home Tuesday; his family remaining for a more extended visit.
Mr. A.C. Martin of Humbird moved his family here last week and they are nicely domiciled on the Gardner McLaughlin farm, Mr. McLaughlin and family having moved into town, are comfortable located in the Rice Davis house formerly occupied by Ed Schroeder.
Dr. E.L. Bradbury was summoned out from Neillsville in the case of John Pietenpol, Sunday, who was suffering with blood poisoning and enlarge glands in the arm pits, when in consultation with Dr. Soles that day, they decided to operate upon Mr. Pietenpol, in consequence doing so on Monday, since which time Mr. Pietenpol has been slowly mending with his many friends anxiously looking forward to his ultimate recovery.
S.L Marsh returned from his investigating and prospecting Dakota trip Tuesday night, greatly delighted with the country and general prospects. There is a good chance to take up homesteads there now, as well as to buy good farm lands cheap. Vet has taken the agency for the sale of some of this land and it is expected that he will leave the 19th again with a party of home seekers or prospective real estate buyers for that country.
Just as we were going to press last week, C.W. Chubb of Lynn came into the office, having in his hands a box which we made mental note was a box containing a pair of new shoes. He visited a few minutes, talking about the weather, the prospects for hunting, the coming county fair, etc., etc., and departed, leaving his as we supposed, new shoes. We made a jump, grabbed up the shoes and then the box gave, the cover was loose and we peeped in when such a beautiful sight met our eyes and the delightful aroma filling our nostrils, we carefully set the box down and then, well! Mr. Chubb was out of hearing. When we had finished our run and had gotten our papers to the post office and Mr. Chubb not returning, we tell to open the box and feasted upon some of the most delightful apples that "ever happened." We tried to save them for fear they haven’t been meant for us’ but we dreamed of them, woke in the night and thought of them, ate them upon rising and now all that remains of them is memory.
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