News: Granton Locals (9 Sep 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Sternitzky, Webster, Amidon, Laidlow, Mooney, Felzer, Wright, Heckendorf, Kurth, Russel, Rausch, Pittley, Rinehart, Gibson, Graves, Tischer, Reiff, Winn, Wage, Breed, Page, Jacobson, Moench, Feldmaier, Klein, Lindley, Tucker, Davis, Berg, Smith, Wonser, Gehrke, Neinas, Torkey, Neitzel, Riedel, Snyder, McClaflin, Hayden, Jensen, Brown, Opelt, Breseman, Kampin, Hart, Wage, Marsh, Eisenhart, Beeckler, Cole, Braatz, Dillie, Lawson, Ross, Carey, Reichert, Osgood, Creviston, Fischer, Holmes, Stockwell, Williamson, Zieldorf, Kemena, Blake, Moh, Hein, Schlinsog, Keller, Nichols, Coil, Tompkins
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) September 9, 1910
Granton Locals (9 September 1910)
Miss Bertha Sternitzky left for Chicago Park, Cal., last Monday.
E. D. Webster of Campbell, Cal., visited friends here Saturday.
Mrs. G. E. Amidon is enjoying a visit from her sister, Miss Margaret Laidlow of Gladstone, Mich.
John Mooney and Joe Felzer returned from the Dakota harvest fields last week.
Vernon Wright is attending Business College at Eau Claire for which place he left Monday.
Before winter sets in feed your horses some good worm powders. They will keep better. We have Hess’ and Prussian, 50c per package at Amidon’s Drug Store
Mrs. Wm. Heckendorf of Milwaukee is here on a couple weeks visit at Richard Kurth’s.
Miss Bertha Kurth of West Bend is here on a several weeks visit at her cousin Richard Kurth’s
Mrs. Russel of Port Washington was a guest at Dan Rausch’s Saturday.
James Pittley came here from Colorado several weeks ago in search of work. He is making his home with Will Rinehart.
Nyal’s hair tonic will restore the natural color to the hair. Every bottle guaranteed. $1.00 per bottle at Amidon’s Drug Store
Will Gibson after a several days visit at Ed. Graves, returned home to Minneapolis on Monday.
Miss Bertha Tischer came home Sat. from a several months’ sojourn at Oconomowoc.
Rev. Reiff went to Seymour last Saturday and made an over Sunday stay in attendance at a Mission-fest.
Miss Bertha Winn went to Two Rivers Saturday to begin her fourth year school teaching at that place.
Gladys Wage went to Grand Rapids Saturday to teach in the business college of that place.
Mrs. Gusta Breed, Mrs. W. W. Page and Mrs. Ed Jacobson spent one day of last week with friends at Chili.
Use Hirsutone for dandruff; 50c per bottle at Amidon’s Drug Store
Mrs. Leo Moench with her two children came up from Clintonville Tuesday on a several weeks visit among relatives. She is at present visiting at Will Kurth’s.
Mrs. Theo. Feldmaier and two daughters came over from Marshfield Monday evening on a weeks visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Klein.
Mrs. Effie Lindley of Hasting, Nebraska, came over from Marshfield where she had been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Austin Tucker, Monday evening on visit to Mrs. Webb Winn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Davis and Hugh Berg went to St. Paul Saturday evening to attend Minnesota State Fair.
Nice, yes, very nice line of tablets and box stationery at Amidon’s Drug Store
Miss Marion Smith came home Monday evening from a lengthy visit to relatives at Packwaukee.
Doc Wonser and Dan Rausch went to Minneapolis Monday on a several days pleasure and business trip, but chiefly to attend the Minnesota State Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Gehrke and baby Jennie of Ft. Atkinson finished a week’s visit to Marshfield, Sauerkraut City and Granton friends by leaving Chas. Neinas’ for home on Saturday.
Mrs. Torkey and children of Milwaukee who were home visiting at Otto Neitzel’s and Gust. Riedel’s returned to their home again Saturday.
Albion Snyder arrived here from St. Louis, Mo., early this week and spent several days with friends and relatives here and in Neillsville before leaving for Duluth to join his family who preceded him to that place several weeks ago. Mr. Snyder has severed his connections with a wholesale hardware firm in St. Louis and going back to Duluth to resume his former position with the Marshal Wells Hardware Co.
Did you ever use a pink talcum powder? Try a can of Mellin’s Carnation or Violet. Per can 25c at Amidon’s Drug Store
Mrs. Warren McClaflin came home from Humbird Monday.
Mrs. L. R. Hayden left for Union Dale, Pa. Tuesday.
L. N. Jensen came home from Grand Rapids Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Laura Brown visited Neillsville relatives Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Opelt and little son went to Minneapolis, Wed.
Miss Elsie Breseman went to Altoona Saturday evening for an extended stay.
Martha Kampin of Chili is working for Mrs. Geo. Hart, since Monday.
The Circle Ladies met with Mrs. T. D. Wage Wednesday and enjoyed a delightful tea.
Ruby Winn was initiated into school teaching Monday in a brand new school house in Washburn.
Remember the hot peanuts at L. A. Marsh’s; just the things for these cool days.
Loren Snyder of Duluth is renewing old acquaintances in this neck of the woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Eisenhart came home Monday from a several days visit at Humbird.
C. E. Beeckler completed the mason work on the foundation for a silo for Webb Winn last week.
Mrs. Fred Cole came home Tuesday night from a months visit with relatives in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Augusta Riedel is caring for Mrs. Henry Braatz and her baby boy, since Monday.
The Mystic Workers will meet tonight, Friday, instead of Saturday; by order of the Secretary.
Miss Blanche Dillie of Waldo came up from there last week Thursday on a several weeks visit between Henry Lawson’s, Dr. Ross’ and C. E. Beeckler’s.
Mrs. Edna Carey of Baraboo came over from Neillsville last Monday for a visit at Kearney Davis’.
Mrs. Amelia Reichert left on Sunday night for a several weeks visit between Chicago, Milwaukee and Sheboygan.
Mrs. Rella Osgood is very ill at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wright. Her husband too is still very low with typhoid fever.
Roy Creviston of Humbird and Regina Fischer were married August 24, at the Lutheran Parsonage at Eau Claire. They will make their home in Eau Claire where he is a barber.
Mrs. H. B . Holmes expects to leave for Cleveland, Ohio, next Monday on a several weeks visit with old friends and former Lynn neighbors who reside there.
Grandpa Chas. Hart after a two months stay with his son Norman at Humbird came over Saturday to make a two months stay at Fred’s home.
Eugene Stockwell of Volga, S. D. and his cousin, Louis Williamson of Neillsville visited friends here Saturday afternoon.
A letter from Lloyd E. Davis former teacher here states that he is enjoying life in North Dakota on a threshing machine until such time as he may come back to old Wisconsin to enter the University.
Next Sunday Rev. Zieldorf of Glenwood will hold services here for Rev. Reiff. The latter will be at Loyal that day to install Rev. Kemena into his pastorate there. Rev. Zieldorf is to succeed Rev. Kemena at Nasonville.
Mrs. W. F. Blake after a three months visit with relatives here left for her home in Chicago on Wednesday, she is having been detained here the past six weeks by her mother Mrs. Riedel’s serious illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moh dedicated their beautiful new home early this week. They had a genuine house warming and all fortunate enough to be there are reported as having had a good time.
Mrs. Oscar Hein of Humbird and her little son, after a five days visit here among old friends and relatives, went to Neillsville Wednesday for a further visiting before they leave for home.
A goodly number of Grantonites are planning on attending the State Fair and visiting relatives in Milwaukee next week, Sept. 12-16.
Mrs. Wm. Schlinsog went to Fremont Sunday to see her little grandson, Rollie Keller confirmed. She brought little Ruth Schlinsog, one of her son Charlie’s girls, home with her to stay until Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Langdon Nichols are back from the west.
Ed Coil and family are home again from Rice Lake.
Postmaster J. M. Tompkins though batching it keeps right on smiling.
The Mesdames J. M. Tompkins, and L. N. Jensen went to Grand Rapids Thursday to stay until Monday in attendance at the S. D. A. Camp meeting there.
Monday morning Vet Marsh was taken suddenly ill, and it was feared for a time that he had suffered a stroke of paralysis, but he is getting along nicely now. - Times
We are paying 10 cents for dressed hogs. Are you getting that for yours? F. O. B. Granton. Write us at once; we can use all you have: The Palace Meat Company, Marshfield, Wis.
A boy or girl with a practical, money earning education is better off than with a fortune. We give the education and secure the money-earning position. Isn’t that a fair offer? Send for the big illustrated book from Brandup & Nettleton Business College, Winona, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Moh gave a farewell party Sunday evening for Miss Bertha Sternitzky, to about sixty of their relatives and friends in their new home. Miss Sternitzky left for California the same night where she expects to remain for an indefinite time.
For the first time in many years the Clark County Fair this year was a success financially as well as entertainingly. The weather was ideal throughout the fair and the heavy rain the day before the opening laid the dust nicely and put the roads in tip-top shape. Thursday the attendance was the largest ever known on the fair ground. The races, exhibits and free attractions were never any better. Moldenhauer’s flying machine was probably the biggest drawing card on the program, and although a disappointment to many in as much as Walter was unsuccessful in making actual flights, it was a satisfaction to all to see the machine and learn what a modern flying machine looks like. Secretary Williamson and his assistants deserve great credit for doing their level best in making the fair a success.
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