News: Granton Locals (25 Nov 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Sultrecht, Winter, Sherman, Amidon, Dyer, Kemmeter, Kurzrok, Strey, Mayer, Olson, Neinas, Graves, Rausch, Marx, Finnegan, Herian, Grasser, Winn, Viergutz, Riedel, Davis, Hicks, Anding, Garbisch, Eberhart, Roberts, Tompkins, Hart, Lustig, Page, Ross, Dennis, Foster, Wright, Campbell, Klein, Degenhardt, Mashak, Hubing, Osgood, Foemmel, Wells, Schlinsog, Breseman, Carlton, Riemer, Doughty, Gerber, Zeise, Brooks, Babcock, Huntley, Witte, Niederwerfer, Winger, Heck, Rathke, Noble, Downer, Converse, Goebel, Paulson, Knorr, Treichler, Braatz, Fischer, Beaver, Stallman, Steele, Schwartz, Hort, Sparks, Allen, Williams, Martin, Hake, Dorrenbach, Chubb, King,
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) November 25, 1910
Granton Locals (25 November 1910)
Fred and Will Sultrecht went to Marshfield Tuesday.
Henry Winter had a furnace put into his new house this week.
Louis Sherman spent Sunday with his best girl in Nasonville.
See the nice post cards at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Miss Martha Dyer went to Eldorado, Wis., Wednesday morning.
Master Stanley Kemmeter is recovering from pneumonia.
Mr. Kurzrok came home from Burlington, Wis., Tuesday.
Albert Strey and wife went to West Bend, Tuesday.
Reduced prices on all hats and other millinery; see Miss Flora Kurzrok
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mayer in Washburn, Tuesday night.
Mrs. Tack Olson had dental work done at Neillsville early this week.
Mrs. Chas Neinas who was taken suddenly ill Sunday morning is O.K. again at present.
Mrs. Ed Graves suffered much last week with a carbuncle or felon on her left hand.
Mrs. Dan Rausch went to Marshfield Tuesday to have dental work done.
Nothing like those honey and horehound cough drops at Amidon’s Drug Store
Mrs. Mat Marx and daughters were over from Neillsville and spent Thanksgiving at James Finnegan’s.
The Neillsville Furniture Factory will be rebuilt in the spring, stakes were set last Monday.
Mrs. John Herian and her sister Mary Grasser visited relatives at Neillsville early this week.
Wanted: A carload of red potatoes, see Webb Winn
For Sale: A heavy logging team weighing about 3100. Light gray, sound; inquire of Rudolph Viergutz, ½ mile west and ½ mile south of Lynn.
Mrs. Augusta Riedel is assisting in the care of Mrs. Hale Davis and her little son.
Bert Hicks of Merrillan repaired the heating plant in the Forest House last Monday.
Mrs. Anding came home on Monday from a visit to her son Richard at Altoona.
Miss Lillie Garbisch went to Neillsville Monday to learn the art of dressmaking.
Miss Eberhart went to her home at Camp Douglas Wednesday noon to spend the balance of the week.
Miss Myrtle Roberts is spending Thanksgiving at her home in Wilton, Wis. She went Wednesday noon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Davis entertained some twenty of his relatives and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tompkins at their Thanksgiving dinner.
Try our flavoring extracts, pure lemon and vanilla 10c per ounce at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Grandpa Chas Hart went to Marshfield Saturday and made a several days visit among his grandchildren there.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lustig have moved into the Warren Page house here that Mr. Lustig may be nearer his physician, Dr. Ross.
Raymond Brooks left on Monday for the Pacific coast where he will take charge of an Indian School near Bellingham, Wash.
The Elmer Dennis family are enjoying a visit from his two sisters, the Mesdames Foster & Wright who came up from Sycamore, Ill., last Sunday morning to stay a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Campbell came home from their wedding trip Saturday evening and have been housekeeping in their own home since early this week.
Mike Klein who came home from Chicago three weeks ago to look after his father’s farm during the latter’s absence in Milwaukee left for the city and his work there again Monday afternoon.
Fred Degenhardt and Frank Mashak who were up from Monroe County hunting with Frank Hubing at Athens passed through here Monday morning with two fine deer, bound for home.
Hale Davis transacted business at Marshfield Tuesday.
Ethel Osgood came home Wednesday from Fall Creek.
Fred Foemmel went to Stratford Wednesday for a few days visit.
Mrs. Will Neinas spent a few days here with her sister early this week.
Professor Wells went home to Stevens Point Wednesday to make an over Sunday visit.
Mrs. Herman Schlinsog and Miss Elsie Breseman went to Neillsville Monday to have dental work done.
Mrs. Kearney Davis and little daughters returned home Monday afternoon from a three days visit at Hank Carlton’s west of Neillsville.
Mrs. Joe Riemer of Grand Rapids with a little nephew, were over Sunday guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Doughty.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gerber entertained a score of friends last Sunday in honor of Fred’s 40th birthday.
For kidney and bladder trouble use Nyal’s Stone Root compound 50c and $1.00 per bottle at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Fred Zeise sold his 40 acre farm to Clifford Winn late last week, consideration $1,800. Mr. Winn expects to take possession about April.
Mrs. Lon Brooks came over from Neillsville Wednesday with her granddaughter Miss Pearl Brooks for a few days visit at Chas Brooks’.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Babcock and the former’s mother came out from Neillsville Wednesday for a few days visit at Ed Schroeder‘s.
Stillman Huntley came home from Monticello Wednesday in time to eat Thanksgiving turkey with his parents.
Notice: Orders take for first and second grade patent flour out of the car; every sack guaranteed. Call or phone Witte’s Cash Store
Gottlieb Zeise of Owatonna, Minn., arrived here last week Friday on a week’s visit at his son Fred’s
The T. D. Wage and G. E. Amidon families autoed out and took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Winn last Sun.
Herman Riedel and family of Nasonville were among the numerous callers at the Dave Garbisch home last Sun.
If you eat much turkey remember Nyal’s Dyspepsia cure will relieve all stomach disorders. 50c per bottle at Amidon’s Drug Store
Louis Niederwerfer and Ardie Winger of Xenia who were visiting at Eli Hecks left for home Wednesday noon.
Old Daddy Stork who has been hovering around this neighborhood for the past two weeks made a decided hit when he left a handsome seven pound boy at Hale Davis’ last Friday morning. Mother and baby are doing nicely.
Miss Mary Grasser returned from Sioux Falls, S. D. last Friday morning where for the past several months she had employment as milliner.
A fine line of trimmed hats, all up-to-date millinery, also new stamped articles for embroidering; yours to please see Miss Flora Kurzrok
Rev. S. Rathke, pastor at the Maple Works Lutheran Church who for some time past has felt indisposed, left Monday evening for Battle Creek, Mich., to consult specialist at the sanitarium there.
A hunting party consisting of Homer, Noble, Neil and Joe Downer, Clay Converse and several others who hunted near Curtiss returned home Saturday with all the law allowed. They report deer as very numerous in that part of the country this year.
Paul Goebel purchased a 4 ½ horse power Paulson gasoline engine early this week. Pete Paulson came over Tuesday and assisted him in fixing up a wood-sawing outfit. There are now quite a number of these engines in use hereabouts and they are all giving entire satisfaction. The Knorr-Rausch Hardware Company are agents for this territory.
Mrs. John Treichler who for the past few weeks visited the Braatz and Riedel families took the train for Sioux City, Ia., last Monday to visit her niece Mrs. Henry Fischer and from there she goes to Struble, Ia., to visit her daughter Mrs. Will Fischer.
Geo. Beaver and Emil Hubing visited at Frank and Geo. Hubing’s in Athens last week.
Wm. Klein who took his wife to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Milwaukee some three weeks since, came home from there late last week and reports Mrs. Klein very ill. She was found to be suffering with a cancer and too weak to undergo the necessary operation.
Mrs. Peter Stallman had a birthday anniversary last Saturday and knowing a couple of her neighbors to have theirs the same day she invited them in to celebrate with her, thus a very enjoyable day was made of it.
David Steele a blacksmith from Milwaukee has rented the Schwartz blacksmith shop here and expects to be ready for business Saturday or Monday. Mr. Steele comes here recommended as a competent workman, sober and reliable.
Miss Marion Hort the 13 year old daughter of Mrs. Wm. Klein went to Milwaukee early last week and was with her mother when the Angel of Death summoned the latter home early Tuesday morning.
Arthur Sparks drove in Tuesday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Allen and C. H. Williams all of Bancroft who had been visiting at Thos. Sparks’ and who took the train here for home that day, each gentleman a proud and victorious hunter taking home a fine deer carcass.
J. A. Martin has taken possession of the store which he last week purchased of L. A. Marsh. In addition to handling the goods already on hand Mr. Martin intends to make a specialty in baked goods, such as home baked bread, cookies, pies, etc., Having been in the restaurant business before coming here, Mr. Martin knows just how to fix up an oyster stew, a cup of coffee, or anything in the line of eats, to perfection.
Henry Hubing and Miss Esther Hake two of Grant’s worthy and estimable young people were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. Dorrenbach in the Neillsville Catholic Church Tuesday morning, Nov. 22.
In a letter received at this office, C. W. Chubb and son Arthur arrived at Morristown, S. D., O. K. and found Geo Brooks awaiting them, George rather the worse for the trip. As they were walking 6 miles daily they were rather anxious to move into their new house last Saturday and cut the walks out. They have had no snow so far, and George is plowing and scraping for his barn which he hopes to get up before a storm. The land is located in a basin with hills around. The location is a fine one and prospects for having the county seat at Morristown are good.
Announcement: Miss Elsie King of Neillsville announces herself to the voters of Clark County as a candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Schools at the spring election. Miss King is a graduate of Stevens Point Normal and of the University of Wisconsin. Her experience in teaching includes rural schools, nearly all the grades, high school, and critic teacher in Normal Training School.
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