News: Granton Locals (2 Sep 1910)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Pound, Enbanks, Fraser, Nygaard, Sternitzky, Rose, Heyder, Gardner, Tompkins, Edwards, Schwarz, Wonser, Albright, Ross, Kemmeter, Wage, Parker, Baker, Stafford, Amidon, Soles, Riedel, Morris, Dorst, Lowery, Osgood, Rausch, Schwerten, Thiede, Garbisch, Wiesner, Schmoll, Converse, Williams, Jacobson, Page, Beeckler, Burdick, Lapham, Pietenpol, Kintzele, Davis, Goebel, Schroeder, Kurth, Moore, Schlaver, Kuechenmeister, Braatz, Gauger, Kurzrok, Witte, Gilson, Hungerford, MacBride, Eden, Jacobi, Jones, Trimberger, Knorr, Hicks, Paulson, Barber, Lange, Kemena,  Mac Donald, Brown, West, Waterman, Texsa


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) September 2, 1910


Granton Locals (2 September 1910)


Rev. L. G. Pound went to Madison Tuesday.


Miss Elinor Enbanks went to St. Paul Friday.


Geo. Fraser visited relatives at Chili Sunday morning.


Mr. and Mrs. Nygaard of Oshkosh arrived here Tuesday for a several days visit at Henry Sternitzky’s in Lynn.


Read the advertisements


Harold Rose went to Glenbulah Wednesday.


Clara Heyder went to Plymouth Wednesday.


A girl was born t o Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gardner last week.


Use Nyal’s Hirsutone for the hair; 50c at Amidon’s Drug Store


W. D. Rose came home Sat. morning from his Sheboygan County trip.


Frank Tompkins after a several weeks visit at home went to St. Paul last week Wednesday.


Nice new line of school supplies at Amidon’s Drug Store


Ray Edwards and family have taken and moved into rooms in the Doc Schwarz home.


Fred Wonser drove down from Unity Monday on a several days visit to his brother E. R.


Aurel Albright of Neillsville after a several days visit here at Dr. P. M. Ross’ returned home on Monday.


Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kemmeter with friends took an auto trip last Sunday through Spokeville, Loyal, Greenwood and Neillsville.


Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wage returned home last week from a couple weeks visit with relatives at Duluth.


Mrs. John J. Parker and infant son of Chicago after a brief visit here with the lady’s aunt Mrs. E. A. Baker, left for home on Monday.


H. E. Stafford was called to Camp Douglas last week owing to the critical condition of Roy Stafford, a cousin who early last week suffered the misfortune of having both lower limbs taken off in a railroad accident.


Ladies were you ever bothered with your comb breaking; if so get a Prexite; they do not break; 15c and 25c at Amidon’s Drug Store.


Ed Soles is erecting a new house on his farm.  Gus Riedel and his crew are doing the carpenter work.


Miss Jessie Morris came home Monday night from Webster City, Iowa, where she has spent the past several weeks with her maternal grandmother.


Mike Dorst is preparing to rebuild a barn destroyed by lightning last week enjoying a logging bee and the assistance of some thirty of his neighbors and friends last Monday.


Mrs. Lowery a professional nurse from Eau Claire is nursing Rella Osgood who for several weeks past has been very ill with typhoid fever.


G. E. Amidon had a severe attack of auto-fever last Saturday and in company of Dan Rausch and E. R. Wonser went to Marshfield that afternoon and returned in the evening with a 22 horse power Buick touring car, which he purchased from the agency at that place.


Frederick Schwerten celebrated his 76th birthday Sunday.  The Herman Thiede, Gust Garbisch, Ed Wiesner and Aug. Schmoll families being in attendance and enjoying a pleasant day.


Frank Converse is visiting relatives in York state.


Mrs. Eli Williams lost a valuable mare by death on Monday.


Ed Jacobson came down from St. Paul and spent Sunday with his wife and the W. W. Page home.


Nyals Face cream will keep the skin soft; 25c a jar at Amidon’s Drug Store


Mrs. C. E. Beeckler and mother Mrs. Frances Burdick spent Saturday at Marshfield.


Mrs. Chas Lapham and daughter Marjorie are visiting at John Pietenpol’s.


Mrs. John Kintzele has so far recovered from her recent serious illness with typhoid fever as to have partake of a little solid food daily, since Monday.


The W. S. Davis and J. M. Tompkins families drove to Hewettville Sunday and visited the ruined tornado district.


Miss Bertha Goebel is home from Milwaukee for a two weeks visit under the parental roof.


Ed Schroeder and Rob Kurth came home Monday from a several days visit in Sheboygan County.


Andy Moore of Seymour after a visit to relatives at Wittenberg joined Mrs. Burdick here last Saturday and accompanied her home yesterday.


Buy your stationery and school supplied at Amidon’s Drug Store


Mrs. August Schlaver and daughter after a visit at Clemens Kuechenmeisters left for home last Friday.


Richard Braatz has become Grandpa again. Last Tuesday night there was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Braatz a baby boy.


Mrs. John Gauger and daughter Ruth of Wilmot, Wis., came up last week Thursday on a weeks visit here at Mrs. Kurzrok’s. 


Buy dried fruit at a low price at Witte’s


Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wonser and daughter Mermal autoed to Unity Sunday and returned next day.


Mrs. Pete Gilson and baby of Lac du Flambeau who are on an extended visit to relatives at Neillsville called on friends here Saturday afternoon.


A pattern free with New Idea fashion books


Miss Nellie Hungerford of Chili was the guest of Mrs. Frances MacBride between trains on Friday.  The two ladies took the evening train for Neillsville where the former entertained a number of lady friends at a 6 o’clock tea at the Merchants Hotel.


Big discount on nearly everything in the store at Witte’s


The Wm. Eden and Fred Jacobi families of York spent Wed. here at Conrad Jacobi.


Morris Jones after a weeks visit at Levi G. Morris’ left for Wales, Wis. on Wednesday


Mrs. Trimberger of Sheboygan Falls after a couple weeks visit here with her son George and at her brother-in-law John Trimberger’s left for home on Wednesday. 


Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Knorr accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Morris autoed to Abbotsford Sunday and spent a few hours with relatives of Mrs. Morris.


Bert Hicks and his crew put up a concrete silo for Ross Paulson last week and they are now at work putting in concrete Culverts and crosswalks.


The Misses Eugenia and Irene Barber of Green Bay after a two days visit here at Dr. P. M, Ross’ returned home on Monday.


Rev. D. Lange, for a number of years the pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation at Loyal has accepted a call to Lebanon, Dodge County.  Rev. Kemena of Nasonville will be his successor.  The change will take place in the near future.


Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Amidon and daughter Elva and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rausch and baby took an auto trip Sunday afternoon in G. E.’s new car and visited Loyal, Marshfield and Unity and got home in time for supper.


To close out seed corn for fodder we sell the $1.75 kind for $1.15 per bushel at Witte’s


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Mr. and Mrs. R. J. MacBride Sr. of Neillsville, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar MacBride and daughter Beatrice of St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. B. Mac Donald of Ladysmith were guests at Mrs. Laura Brown’s one day late last week.


Wm. West Jr. recently purchased the Nels Waterman farm and thereby furnished a fine home for the bonny bride he secured…..



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