News: Granton Locals (30 Dec 1910)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Wage, Winn, Neinas, Goebel, Neitzel, Strey, Dietrich, Kurth, Witte, Dow, Paulson, Cattanach, Riedel, Tompkins, Williams, Montgomery, Rose, Campbell, Wright, Cole, Amidon, Rausch, Snyder, Guk, Mallory, Nitschke, Woelffer, Hart, Eubanks, Hubing, Welsh, Davis, Wendorf, Hefty, Herian, Knorr, Wonser, Baer, Prange, Nickel, James, Jones, Moldenhauer, Carlton, Morris, Ure, Pickett, Beeckler, Shaw, Wallace, Brooks, Dennis, Chapel, Ewing, Southmyde, Lautenbach, Schlinsog, Hohenstein, McIntyre, Sternitzky, Nonhof, Stallman, Wells, Hort, Kuechenmeister, Mooney, Christenson, Scholtz, Beal, Schoengarth, Osgood


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) December 30, 1910


Granton Locals (30 December 1910)


Miss Gladys Wage spent Wednesday with friends at Neillsville,


Floyd Winn has been ill since with Quinsy since Christmas.


Arthur Neinas still continues to suffer with abscess in his ear.


Paul Goebel transacted business at Neillsville Tuesday.


Miss Laura Neitzel is visiting Miss Vivian Ure at Neillsville since Tuesday.


Miss Tillie Strey of Minneapolis came down Sunday on a ten days visit to her sister Mrs. John Dietrich.


Minnie, Emma and Rollie Dietrich visited Irving Kurth at Neillsville Monday.


New York barrel apples, Spies and Baldwins at $4.50 a barrel at Witte’s


Miss Ethel Dow of Chili was here Tuesday visiting Miss Gladys Wage.


Miss Agnes Paulson is visiting her aunt Mrs. D. S. Rausch here since Wednesday.


Miss Lila Cattanach of Nasonville visited town relatives late last week.


Little Harold Riedel is suffering with pneumonia since Monday.


Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tompkins entertained a house full of friends at Christmas dinner, Sunday.


Do not forget those worm powders for your horses; get them at Amidon’s Drug Store


The Misses Elinor and Alfreda Williams spent Tuesday with friends in Neillsville.


Mrs. A. Montgomery came home from Henry Dietrich’s Tuesday noon.


Mr. and Mrs. Geo Rose spent Christmas at Geo. Campbell’s in York.


Vernon Wright and Leonard Cole came home from Eau Claire in time for the Christmas festivities and to remain until after New Years.


If you wish a good tonic for your horses that is not expensive, try Dr. Hess Stock Food; all sizes from 50c per package to 25 lb. pail at $1.60, at Amidon’s Drug Store


Mrs. Dan Rausch was a Neillsville caller Tuesday.


Loren Snyder of Duluth is visiting friends here.


Chas. Neinas transacted business at Marshfield Tuesday.


Mrs. Reinhold Guk, Mrs. Wm. Neinas and daughter Emma spent Monday with Mrs. Chas Neinas.


Nyal’s Laxative Expectorant will cure your cold or cough every time.  Try it; 25 and 50c bottles at Amidon’s Drug Store


Wilson Mallory will hold services at the Union Church next Sunday evening.

Miss Emma Nitschke is spending the week at Vic Woelffer’s in Neillsville.


All goods on first table at ½ price, at Witte’s


Mrs. Fred Hart and children visited Humbird relatives from Friday until Monday.


Miss Elinor Eubanks came home from Rice Lake Saturday for a 10 days visit at home.


Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hubing and Mrs. Geo Beaver attended church at Chili Monday.


Have you rheumatism?  Get relieved.  Try Nyal’s Rheumatic Cure.  If it does not cure we refund your money; $1.00 per bottle at Amidon’s Drug Store


Byrl Winn left for Roblin, Manitoba, last week Thursday on a ten days visit to his best girl.


Miss Mabel Welsh of Loyal is looking after the Hale Davis household since last week Friday.


Use Smoke Em for curing your ham and shoulders. Just paint them with Smoke Em and they are smoked; 75c for quart bottles at Amidon’s Drug Store


Mr. and Mrs. A. Wendorf of Chili attended the club dance here Monday night.


John Hefty who is employed at the railroad yards in Altoona spent Christmas at home.


John Herian arrived here from Eureka, S. D., last Saturday to spend the holidays with his wife and relatives here and in Neillsville.


E. R. Wonser, A. J. Knorr, W. S. Davis, Sid Davis and F. J. Baer attended a meeting of the R.A.M. at Neillsville Monday night.


Mrs. Ed Prange is reported as being very ill.


Miss Ella Nickel of Washburn left for London Monday to spend some time with relatives.


Morgan James and Hugh Jones of Waukesha are visiting at L. G. Morris since Wednesday.


Mrs. Walter Moldenhauer visited friends at Marshfield Monday.


Mrs. Henry Carlton of Neillsville spent several days of this week at Kearny Davis’.


The Mesdames I. W. Morris and A. J. Knorr visited Mrs. Geo. Ure at Neillsville, Wednesday.


Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pickett of Spencer spent several days of this week at E. A. Beeckler’s.


Post card albums, blocks, all kinds of games, such as Bunco, Pitt, Flinch, Sherlock Holmes, watch charms, fobs, pins, and jewelry going at ½ price at Witte’s


Clyde Shaw a fireman on the Soo Line spent Sunday and Monday here at the C. E. Beeckler home.


Miss Pearl Wallace went to Alma Center Monday to spend the week with relatives.


Mrs. Alonzo Brooks came over from Neillsville last Friday and visited Geo Brooks until Monday noon.


Miss Bertha Winn came home from Two Rivers Saturday on a week’s vacation and visit under the parental roof.


Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dennis and son Fred came home from Sycamore, Ill. Thursday morning.


Leland Davis and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapel of Marshfield spent Christmas here at the Geo Hart home.


Ed Hubing came home last week Thursday from Glendive, Montana, suffering with an internal abscess.


Mrs. J. Ewing and daughter Agnes of Waukesha arrived here Wed. on a visit to her sister Mrs. E. R. Wonser.


Jennie Southmyde of Wilson City, Bahama Islands, who is attending school at Menominee, Wis., came here Saturday to spend a week with her aunt Mrs. I. W. Morris.


Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lautenbach and Mrs. Herman Schlinsog visited relatives at Marshfield early this week.


Mrs. Anna Hohenstein of Washburn, who has been very ill with an attack of appendicitis, is slowly recovering.


Ernest McIntyre is taking a weeks vacation from his duties in the H. C. Witte store and enjoying a few musical nights with the Neillsville Orchestra.


Henry and Ernest Sternitzky and John Ure spent several days early this week with Geo. Ure at Neillsville in the interests of the Lynn Fire and Cyclone Insurance Companies.


Dan Rausch has been enjoying a visit from his old friend Rheumatism from Hellville, the past two weeks.  He hopes to get rid of him soon.


Al Nonhof and son Glen were at Marshfield Thursday.


Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stallman of Oshkosh visited at Peter Stallman’s here on Wednesday.


Lynn Knorr came up from Madison Saturday for the holiday vacation.


Mr. and Mrs. Chas Beeckler entertained a number of friends at cards Wednesday evening.


Professor Wells returned from Stevens Point Tuesday that he might drill the pupils who are practicing for the school’s play which it to come off in the near future.


Marion Hort of Marshfield and Hilda Kurth of Neillsville are visiting Anita Kuechenmeister since Tuesday.


Dan Wallace after a couple days visit with relatives here returned to Alma Center on Monday.


John Mooney who is employed in L. N. Christenson’s mill at Withee spent Christmas with old friends here.


Mrs. Richard Kurth, her sons Hilton and Arthur and her mother Mrs. Scholtz spent Monday at Robert Kurth’s in Neillsville.


Master Irving Kurth came home from the Eau Claire hospital on Saturday and made an over Monday visit at his home in Neillsville.


Such as watch chains, cuff and collar boxes, clocks, writing paper boxes, drums, holly wreaths, hair brushes and sets, dolls and doll carriages, smoker sets, pictures and picture frames, fancy looking glass, books, fancy tablets and many other articles too numerous to mention at half price at Witte’s


The Beal Orchestra of Minneapolis will give a big dance at the Granton Opera House Thursday eve, Jan. 12.  Dancers and lovers of good music should bear this date in mind. 


Miss Gladys Wage came home from Grand Rapids on Saturday. She has resigned her position as teacher there and is now planning to enter the Stevens Point Normal as a student, after the holidays.


Mrs. Hale Davis has so far recovered from her recent serious illness as to have enjoyed Christmas dinner with her family and a goodly number of her relatives at her home, on Sunday.


For Sale: - about 20 tons of tame hay located near Lynn, see Oscar W. Schoengarth, Neillsville, Wis.


Doc Wonser and Dan Rausch with their families helped the Editor knock the stuffing out of a goose on Christmas Day. It was the gift of an honest politician and greatly appreciated by the editorial household.  Thanks, August


Myron Osgood met with a very serious accident while cutting wood on the W. J. Davis farm north of here.  He was falling a tree when a flying limb struck him in the right eye, tearing it out completely.  We hope the sight of the other eye will not be affected.  The accident occurred Wednesday morning.  He has the sympathy of all his friends.


Will Neinas, accompanied by her (his) daughter Miss Emma came home from Chicago in time to spend Christmas with his family.


Albert Davis and little daughters after a ten days visit here returned home to Spring Valley Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downer accompanied them as far as Merrillan.


Mr. A. J. Knorr expects to leave for Ridgeville, Indiana next Monday as a member of a committee which goes there every year to inspect the property of the Wisconsin Oil and Gas Company of which he is a stockholder.



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