News:  Granton Locals  #1 (5 Jan 1912) 

Contact: Verna (Welk) Quicker 


Surnames: Hart, Rose, Wage, Schuelke, Paulson, Ebbe, Neinas, Guk, Daughhetee, Morris, Marsh, Albright, Ross, Neverman, Free, Stockwell, Baer, Wilke, Hart, Pizer, Spry, Smith, Mahn, Schune, Grasser, Holmes, Williams, Zwick, Brooks, Evans, Steinbach, Helm, Rausch, Shafer, Gates, Berg, Wonser, Pickett, Beeckler, Davis, Tompkins, Hunter, Locke, Bender, Campbell, Schier 

----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  1/5/1912 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hart spent Sunday at Humbird. 

Mrs. W. D. Rose was a Neillsville caller Saturday. 

Tom Wage and Carl Schuelke enjoyed a trip to Neillsville, Sat. 

Mrs. Hans Paulson Sr. visited at Chris Ebbe’s in Neillsville, Sat. 

Chas. Neinas and family spent Sunday at Reinhold Guk’s. 

J. B. Daughhetee spent Sat. at Marshfield. 

L. G. Morris and W. D. Rose were at Neillsville Monday. 

Miss Ora Marsh made a business trip to Neillsville, Monday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Albright spent Monday afternoon at the Doc Ross home. 

The Misses Della Neverman, Glady Free and Ethel Stockwell spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Baer. 

Miss  Wilke of Neillsville spent the first of the week here with Mrs. W. D. Rose. 

Mrs. Fred Hart, her son Glen and her nephew Roy Hart went to Humbird, Saturday. 

Mr. Pizer of Richland county after a two weeks visit between the Jay Spry and W. W. Smith families, went home Saturday. 

Mrs. John Mahn after a five days visit at Wm. Schune’s, went home to Neillsville, Saturday. 

The Misses Mary Grasser, Gertrude and Inez Holmes, Mabel Williams and Mrs. Fred Zwick were Neillsville visitors Friday. 

Chas. Brooks returned to the Stevens Point Normal Monday morning, after spending the holiday vacation at home.

Miss Myrtle Evans of Neillsville came over Saturday on a visit to friends in Shortville. 

Mrs. Ed. Steinbach, Eida Helm of Lynn with Miss Emma Steinbach of Forest Junction visited Neillsville friends, Saturday. 

Mrs. Paulson Sr. of Nasonville spent last week here with her daughter Mrs. D. S. Rausch. 

Lester Shafer went to Whitehall Friday to spend the balance of the winter there, where he has secured pleasant employment. 

Miss Niva Gates of Sherwood came down from Withee Saturday and remained until  Tuesday visiting Miss Annette Berg. 

Mrs. E. R. Wonser will entertain the Circle ladies next Wednesday afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pickett went home to Spencer Saturday after a weeks visit at E. A. Beeckler’s. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kearney Davis entertained a large company of relatives at New Years dinner. 

The W. S. Davis home was the scene on Monday of the F. W. Davis family re-union at which the J. M. Tompkins family too were guests. 

Herman Hunter came home Monday, from Alma Center. 

Price Beeckler returned to Dubuque, Iowa, Sunday night. 

Mrs. Locke of Ellsworth joined her husband here on Saturday and remained over Thursday. 

Mrs. H. L. Bender and son came home Tuesday from their visit at Richland county. 

Miss Inez Holmes returned to Berrien Springs, Mich., early this week. 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Beeckler went home Saturday after a weeks visit here at his parents. 

Religious services at the Union church Sunday eve.  Subject: New Years Meeting. 

George Campbell has been quite ill and confined at home for the past 10 days. 

Miss Lydia Schier went to Marshfield Tuesday to work in the Wood County insane asylum.



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