News: Granton Locals (20 Oct 1905)
Surnames: Gardner, Finnegan, Lowery, Schwarz, Crevecouer, Heyder, Schlinsog, Schune, Gotter, Wenzel, Daughhette, Kidd, Scharf, Beaver, Hubing, Bladl, Marsh, Williams, Davis, Baer, Pietenpol, Stillman, Rausch, Page, Peters, Crocker, Moreland, Neff, Gates, Bielke, Hantke, Ure, Redmond, Garfield, Opelt, Garbush, Mabie, Downer, Kimball, Ayers, Sultrecht, Kintzele, Bundy, Janes, Calkins, Sparks, Scharf, Wright, Paulson, Mallory, Beecher, Lee, Drescher, Lokken, Lindow, Cramer, Lapham, Mitchel, Sternitzky
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 10/20/1905
Mrs. Frank Gardner call on town friends Sunday.
Ethel Finnegan spent Sunday at Mat Marx’s.
Mrs. Thos. Lowery of Shortville visited friends in town Friday.
Mrs. S.G. Schwarz was a Neillsville visitor Tuesday.
Ernest Crevecouer has Mrs. Paul Heyder’s house ready for the plasterers.
Miss Laura Schlinsog made some pleasant calls among town friends Monday.
The Misses Mary Schune and Lizzie Gotter were at Neillsville late last week.
Miss Elsie Wenzel of Neillsville visited friends here between trains on Tuesday.
Fred, Davis and Ernest Crevecouer transacted business at the county seat on Tuesday.
J.B. Daughhette, the York Cheesemaker, transacted business at Marshfield Tuesday.
Norman Kidd, with a prospective purchaser of an 80 acre farm, transacted business in town on Monday.
Mrs. John Scharf returned home Sunday after a several week visit here with Mrs. Will Scharf.
Geo. Beaver and Mike Hubing were Loyal visitors on Monday, John Bladl acting as bartender for George in his absence.
Vet Marsh, "Doc" Wonser, H.E. Williams, W.S. Davis and F.J. Baer spent last Thursday evening at Neillsville in attendance at Masonic Lodge.
John Pietenpol has so far recovered from his recent illness, as to be able to lend some assistance in the duties about the farm.
Dr. Stillman, a dentist of Madison, has decided to locate here and expects to take up his residence and open an office here early next month.
Rausch & Page are putting steel siding onto the building recently purchased by Mrs. F.H. Peters, and otherwise fixing it up, making a very desirable warehouse in point of capacity, looks and convenience.
Work on the new solid brick drug store building is being rushed, window and door frames in the upper story are fast being bricked in. This building will be a delightful addition to Granton.
A wonder is that something is not done to stay the destruction of our Opera House. It needs repairing or is it finishing to save it from ruin. We would regret the fall of this building as Granton needs it, and that badly.
Frank Crocker of Neillsville came out Monday and accepted temporarily, possibly the position of bookkeeper for the Farmers State Bank here; entering upon his new duties at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Moreland of Montana, in the vicinity of Great Falls, have been here visiting the Gus Bielke and Hantke families. Mrs. Moreland had been here for some time and is still with us, while Mr. Moreland was here only over Sunday. He came through to Chicago last week with 28 cars of sheep and returned home on Monday.
Miss Alberta Neff of the town of Pine Valley has accepted the position as teacher in the Grammar department of our graded school in place of Miss Elva Gates, who resigned. Miss Neff entered upon her duties last Monday.
Mrs. Geo. A. Ure was shopping here on Tuesday.
Game warden Geo. Redmond was out from Neillsville on Tuesday.
Bert Garfield of Neillsville was a business caller here Tuesday.
Max Opelt of Lynn transacted business in town on Monday.
I have 300 bushels of nice corn for sale - Geo. Garbush.
Mrs. Albert Mabie visited Miss Callie Downer at Chili one day last week.
The Misses Emma and Clara Kimball came over Saturday and were over Sunday guests at W.S. Davis’.
Master Lawrence Davis went down and took in the concert at Neillsville Friday evening.
Rice D. Davis, Bert Ayers, Miss Hulda Sultrecht, Mrs. J.P. Kintzele, Miss Winifred Bundy and Mrs. F.J. Baer were Neillsville visitors between trains on Saturday.
Chas. Brooks and Miss Mable Brooks, principal and 1st assistant teachers of the Columbia graded school, spent Sunday at their respective home, returning to Columbia on the 11 a.m. Sunday.
Last Friday Dave Janes, Clark Calkins and George Sparks, who have spent the summer at Bancroft, arrived here enroute for their homes in Sherwood. Geo. Was married there some three weeks earlier and was accompanied by his bride.
Geo. Garbush had a husking bee at his place Monday night, and all the young people here abouts went and had one of the most enjoyable times of their live. Geo. Knows how to entertain. Dancing was one of the main attractions and with good music the time flew all too swiftly.
The Scharf auction was a success, everything selling at good prices.
John Wright is making preparations for putting in a furnace this fall.
The Circle and their friends were delightfully entertained by Mrs. Ross Paulson Wednesday evening.
Wilson Mallory and family of Stevens Point spent the week visiting at Rella Beechers’, John Kintzeles’ and N.E. Lees’.
Bernhard Drescher was in town Wednesday and took home a load of lumber. He is building an addition to his house.
Will Lokken, who spent the greater part of the summer with his grandparents at Hixon, returned home Tuesday.
Louis Lindow of Chili had the misfortune of getting his arm broke while driving a young horse. The horse kicked him on the arm, breaking it just below the elbow.
Rev. Alonzo Sifert of Lindsey will be here one week from tonight, Friday. Oct. 27, and hold services at the Union Church. Mrs. Sifert will be with him and it is expected that she will favor us with the rendition of several solos. Everybody is cordially invited.
Joly Van Buren Ayers of Grant and Miss Elizabeth Pritchett were united in marriage by Rev. Rohrabaugh on Sunday, Oct. 15. They are bright and ambitious young people and will be prosperous and happy during the coming years. - Neillsville Times.
Dr. Lathrop of Marshfield was over here Monday, called professionally in the case of Ralph Marsh and for the purpose of assisting Dr. S.G. Schwarze in Operating upon Ralph’s eye which was found to be in deplorable condition. The doctors decided that it was necessary to remove it and acted accordingly.
Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Schlinsog, together with a greatly number of their friends and neighbors who congregated at the Schlinsog home one evening last week, enjoyed a delightful evening through Wm. Cramer of Neillsville, who was visiting here and who from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. entertained the assembled company with his grapho-phone.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lapham and baby Marjorie, who have been here visiting Mrs. Lapham’s parents, left for their home in New York Monday eve. Getting as far as Merrillan Junction, they discovered they had left their "bags" or grips on the platform at Granton, and as it was quite necessary that they have this part of their luggage, they took return passage on the accommodation freight, reaching here that evening. They then spent the night here and took the 11 a.m. next morning, Grandma Tompkins accompanying them as far as Neillsville this time.
It has just come to our notice that Oscar Sternitzky, while speeding along the highway between Lynn and Sherwood at the rate of sixty miles an hour one of those beautiful days early this month, experienced the explosion of a wheel beneath him and a speedy collapse from locomotion. Oscar was too much shaken up to distinctly remember how he traversed the space intervening between the scene of the accident and Pray Mitchell’s in Sherwood, but her managed somehow and his first recollection of something doing was awakening and finding himself at Pray’s with Miss Blanche played the good Samaritan and laving his wounds. He was obliged to accept the hospitality offered him there and remain overnight, least ways he did, and Freddy took him home the next day.
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