News: Heathville (16 Dec 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Davis, Berd, Kidd, Duffy, Schwarz, Zorn, Latamore, Schmidtke, Drake, Eide
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) December 16, 1910
(16 December 1910)
Mrs. Sherman Davis did shopping in Loyal last Tuesday.
While chivarring Joe Berd a week ago Wednesday, Rex Kidd got knocked down by a charge of dynamite which he supposed had gone out. He lost his senses for a while, after regaining consciousness everything was O. K. And now is just as small as ever.
Mrs. Zorn has been on the sick list for several days, but at present is on the gain.
The writer and wife called on Mr. and Mrs. Latamore last Tuesday evening. After talking about the weather and the creamery checks the subject turned into figuring out an example which got by far the best of us. That doesn’t mean that if we prophesy an inferior production, that it would hatch out a handful of thunder belts. The congregation was rather small, but a happy one. If the cases we discussed would be brought before a jury the verdict would be in our favor. A talk that would hit the bull’s eye is a cyclone would miss the mark in a sunshine day. Well good night folks, when I get it tangled out I’ll be back.
The Schmidtke boys, Henry and Gustave are not home yet. They are supposed to have gone to Alaska.
Nathan Drake intends to return to Washington in the spring.
The Harry Eide factory is now making butter. The skim milk is converted into a curd which is used in the manufacture of celluloid.
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