News: Granton Locals (27 May 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Bergeman, Rogers, Tischer, Lee, Morris, Davis, Marsh, Kemmeter, Finnegan, Storm, Hoover, Lapham, Tompkins, Witte, Wonser, Knorr, Amidon, Schroeder, Baer, Agin, Schoengarth, Ebsen, Beil, Beardsley, Jensen, Guth, Schaeffer, Larson, King, Wright, Ackerman, Heyder, Riedel, Holmes, Robinson, Lapp, Brown, Breseman, Anding, Mellen, Lautenbach, Nitschke, Beeckler, Graves, Pankratz, Reiff, Waterman, Gibson, Page, Williams, Gerzemehl, Coil, Moldenhauer
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) May 27, 1910
Granton Locals (27 May 1910)
The Bergeman twins are entertaining the mumps.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers.
Mrs. Louise Tischer celebrated her 65th birthday at the Price Lee home last Sunday.
Mrs. I. W. Morris and Mrs. Hale Davis were Neillsville shoppers Monday.
Now is the time for canning pineapple. Prices and fruit are at this time both right. See Lew Marsh.
P. J. Kemmeter, Sid Davis, James Finnegan and Wm. Storm autoed to Merrill last Friday morning and remained until Sunday the guests of Frank Hoover.
Mrs. Chas Lapham and daughter Marjorie arrived here from New York Tuesday morning on a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tompkins.
A car of telephone poles was unloaded here early this week. These poles will be used by the Lynn Telephone Co., in extending their line south of Maple Works.
Remember the dried fruit bargains at Witte’s. New Idea Patterns at only 10c
E. R. Wonser, A. J. Knorr, W. S. Davis, G. E. Amidon, I. W. Morris, Edward Schroeder and F. J. Baer attended a meeting of the R. A. M. at Neillsville Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Agin returned home Sunday morning from a six days trip and visit at Waldo whither they went last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of a nephew of Mrs. Agin. The young man, 25 years of age, was a student at the state university only home on a few days visit and died suddenly of diabetes.
The Circle met with Mrs. A. J. Knorr on Wed.
Mrs. Herman Schoengarth was at Neillsville between trains Tues.
Anton Ebsen Sundayed with his parents at Marshfield.
A. W. Biel is painting the Dr. Ross residence.
G. L. Beardsley of Neillsville visited his son Otis here on Tuesday.
Mrs. Alfred Jensen went to Greenwood Tuesday for a weeks visit with relatives.
Mr. C. A. Guth is enjoying a visit from his mother who arrived from Forestville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Kearney Davis and children were at Neillsville between trains last Friday.
Doc Wonser transacted business at Marshfield between trains Tuesday.
An ideal coffee, Cremo and Red Cross, at 20c per pound; try it and be convinced of its quality. For sale by L. A. Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. Schaeffer of the Ridge are enjoying a visit since Sunday from a son and his best girl who came up from Plymouth that morning.
Alfred Jensen drove up to Greenwood and attended the high school graduating exercises Wednesday evening, Miss Ruth Larson, his wife’s sister being one of the graduates.
The Mesdames Homer King, John Wright, and F. J. Baer, the Misses Hattie King, Lillie Ackerman and Clara Heyder were Neillsville visitors on Tuesday.
Gust Schoengarth left last Monday with his car of farm implements, stock, etc., for Glendive, Mont., where he has a homestead. Mrs. Schoengarth and children will spend the summer here with relatives and expect to join him next fall.
Dance at Lynn Park tomorrow Saturday night.
The Granton Livestock Co., will ship cattle, calves and hogs next Tuesday.
Mrs. Ed Riedel entertained the Lynn Carnation Art Club on Wednesday.
Earl Marsh has accepted a position with a wholesale hardware house of Duluth for which place he left Sunday morning.
The Misses Gertrude and Inez Holmes entertained the Modern Priscillas last Saturday.
Mrs. D. Robinson and Mrs. Matilda Lapp of Neillsville were guests of Mrs. Laura Brown on Wed. and Thursday.
Miss Myrtle Knorr will be please to take a few more music scholars in June.
Mrs. Phillip Breseman went to Altoona Wednesday for a couple weeks visit with her daughter Mrs. Richard Anding.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mellen returned from a 5 days visit in Richland Co. last Saturday and left for Los Angeles, Cal., their new home, on Wednesday.
Theresa and Leona Lautenbach went to Neillsville on Wednesday to have dental work done.
The Misses Emma and Martha Nitschke and Inez Holmes, Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. C. E. Beeckler were at Neillsville on Wednesday.
C. E. Beeckler is doing the mason work on a large barn basement on the Walter Graves farm.
Mrs. Pankratz of Manitowoc an aunt of Philmore and Edna Kemmeter visited at the P. J. Kemmeter home several days this week and left for Stratford accompanied by Miss Edna, on Wednesday.
Children’s Day will be celebrated in Rev. Reiff’s parish on Sunday, June 5th by a picnic to which all are invited.
Big bargain on Golf shirts at Witte’s Cash Store
Mrs. Frank Waterman and Mrs. Tom Gibson both of Chili spent Wednesday here with Mrs. Warren Page.
Henry Williams returned from Montana Thursday morning where he bought a section of land and also took up a homestead.
Leland Davis had his hand injured while working at a stave saw at Kemmeter’s mill last week. Philmore Kemmeter met with a similar accident.
Ernest Gerzemehl who has been ailing for about a year and who consulted many physicians during that time, left for Rochester, Minn., Tuesday morning where he expects to see Mayo Bros. in regard to his condition.
10, 15 and 20% off on Men’s and Boys’ suits and pants; Our summer goods department is complete. Get your dress at home. The most tasteful patterns at Witte’s
Mrs. Coil who makes her home here with her son Ed became 76 years old on Wednesday and to celebrate the occasion in a fitting manner a dozen of her lady friends gave her a surprise party that afternoon and presented her with a fine new oak rocker.
Mr. and Mrs. Moldenhauer sold their Missouri real estate and returned here last week Thursday to spend the summer at their son Walter’s home. Their youngest son Irvin, a lame boy, is at Rochester, Minn., at the Mayo Bros. hospital undergoing treatment for his lameness and it is expected he will be materially benefited.
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