News: Granton Locals #3 (5 Jan
Contact: Verna (Welk) Quicker
Lawson, Angel, Garbush, Hubing, Thomas, Scholtz, Schune, Hillert,
Cattanach, Schmucki, Beeckler, Stengel, Hertig, Sternitzky, Neinas,
Howard, Brooks, Johnson, Eubanks, Ure, Cole, Snyder, Jahr, Hart,
Kurth, Lazotte, Ward, Cornelius, Jaseph, Davis, Kintzele, Berg,
Short, Dewey, Christensen, Goebel
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)
Harold Rose went to LaCrosse yesterday to attend
the Business University at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawson and
their three daughters are expected home tomorrow from a 3 weeks
visit at Waldo. D. W. Angel has been keeping house for them
during their absence.
The mesdames Dora
Garbush, Will Hubing, Ernest Thomas, Wm. Scholtz and Adolph Schune
and Miss Bertha Hillert were Neillsville visitors,
Harry Cattanach lost the tip end of one of his fingers in Mr.
Schmucki’s cellar door during the New Year’s
celebration there, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Beeckler, George, Bessie,
Pearl, Price, Tessie, Ben, Vera, Haidee, Rex, Daphne, just a family
composed of an even dozen went to Neillsville Friday and had a
family group picture taken.
The Misses Catharine Stengel and
Rose Hertig came over from Marshfield Saturday and stayed until
Tuesday, guests at the latter’s maternal grand parents Mr.
and Mrs. James Sternitzky.
Good flour makes
good bread, good bread makes good brawn, good brawn makes brave men
and loving women. "Big Diamond" flour makes you all healthy
and happy. Chas. Neinas sells "Big Diamond".
Miss Gertrude Howard came home on Wednesday from a five
days visit at Loyal.
Miss Hazel Brooks went back to Minneapolis
Monday after a weeks visit here with dad and mother.
Clara Garbush, Elsie Johnson,
Mrs. Chas. Brooks and Miss Elinor Eubanks went to Neillsville
Mamie Ure is visiting at her uncle George Ure’s in Neillsville since Wednesday.
Leonard Cole returned to his studies in the Eau Claire Business
Loren Snyder of Duluth spent this week with his
parents at Neillsville.
Ed. Jahr got home from Milwaukee
Tuesday. He spent a couple days with his brother Wesley at
Waupaca on his way home.
Fred Hart got home
Wednesday from a couple weeks visit in Canada.
Hilda Kurth and her sister came home this week from a couple
weeks visit with relatives in Milwaukee.
Joe Lazotte traded his farm known as the Thos.
Ward place last week with Chas. Cornelius for the Neillsville
Hotel, now run by Sol. Jaseph.
The other day we received a
letter from Lew Davis in which he informs us to send his paper to
Helena, Mont. He also states that he has just returned to
civilization again after having spent the past six months on the
plains near Babb during which time he has neither seen a church,
white man or best girl. Lew has employment there as
government surveyor and Uncle Sam evidently intends to keep him out
At the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers State Bank the following
officers and directors were elected: Robert Kurth, President; John
P. Kintzele, Vice President; W. Scott Davis, Cashier; Hugh Berg,
assis’t Cashier; directors: Robert Kurth, John P. Kintzele,
Geo.A. Ure, C. C. Berg, A. J. Knorr, Wm. Kurth, W. Scott
Lynn Mutual Fire Insurance Company held its
34th annual meeting at the Granton opera house last
Tuesday. An unusual large attendance was present, in all
about 260 policy holders having registered. The meeting was
called to order at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, with John
Kintzele acting as chairman in place of the president, J. W. Short,
who was sick and confined to his bed and unable to attend the
meeting. The election of three directors whose terms expired
that day resulted in the re-election of C. W. Dewey, P. N.
Christensen, and Geo. A. Ure. It was voted to pay John Goebel
the sum of 65 dollars to cover the damage done to his barn by
lightning last summer while the same was under course of
construction. Mr. Goebel had no insurance on the building at
the time, but had always been a member of the company before and
after that damage occured. In allowing Mr. Goebel the above
amount, the company merely did an act of kindness which is greatly
appreciated. The secretary’s report shows that there
are now in force 4234 policies with a total insurance of
$7,503,813.55, with a gain of nearly one million in one year.
The best of harmony prevails among the members, all being convinced
that the officers are doing their level best to make the Lynn
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. the largest, strongest and most
economically conducted company in Wisconsin. At the
directors’ meeting the old officers were re-elected,
namely: J. W. Short, President; P. N. Christensen, Vice
President; Geo. A. Ure, Secretary: John P. Kintzele,
Treasurer. The next meeting will be held here again but the
date has been changed from the first to the third Tuesday in
January. This will give the committees more time to get their
annual reports ready for the annual meeting.
The meeting of the Cyclone Insurance Co. which was held the following day was not very largely attended. The officers and directors who served the company to the entire satisfaction of all were re-elected. The company now has 1081 policies with a total insurance of $1,536,771.00. It is now six years old and has never made an assessment.
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