News: Granton Locals (6 Apr 1906)
Surnames: Schlinsog, Ketel, Krause, Beeckler, Taplin, Davis, Converse, Howard, Stratton, Nichols, Moser, Beeler, Neinas, Ogden, Klopf, Gotter, Knorr, Jackisch, McGinnis, Robinson, Lautenbach, Campbell, Lee, Breed, Tyler, Neff, Tragsdorf, Zimmerman, Osgood, Wright, Shepherd, Wage, Kurth, Davis, Bruley, Cole, Marsh, Downer, Soles, Calway, Wiersinski, Goebel, Schlinsog, Chubb, Hass, Donahue, Reichert, Riedel, Mallory, Babcock, Lowery, Finnegan, Oxeneider, Garbush, Sternitzky, Foemmel, Phair, Kemmeter, Hughes, Guk, Nason, Hart, Paulson, Wonser, Wenzel, Knorr, Keddell, Gereke
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/06/1906
Mrs. Wm. Schlinsog is on the sick list.
Herman Ketel and Emil Krause left for Calgary, Canada, Tuesday.
Geo. Beeckler spent Sunday with best girl at Neillsville.
Mrs. S.R. Davis returned Sat. from a week’s visit at Black River Falls.
Mrs. Frank Converse spent Sat. at Neillsville, a guest of her niece, Mrs. L.H. Howard.
Lela Stratton of Melrose, after spending a week here with her grandparents, left for home on Saturday.
Mrs. Ann Nichols of Melrose, after a 5 week visit here, left for home on Tuesday.
Mrs. Fred Moser and children left for Clintonville, their new home, on Monday, Fred and household goods leaving the next day.
Chas. Beeler of Grand Rapids, uncle of Mrs. Chas. Neinas of this place, spent the greater part of last week here among relatives.
Miss Grace Ogden of Black River Falls and Miss Edna Klopf of Neillsville visited friends here on Wednesday.
Mrs. Herman Schlinsog and son, Miss Lissette Gotter and Mrs. A.J. Knorr were Neillsville visitors on Monday.
Rudolph Jackisch returned to South Stillwater, Minn., Sunday, after a week spent among relatives here and at Lynn.
Miss Lillian McGinnis of Neillsville spent Saturday with friends here and left for Marshfield Sunday morning.
Miss Bertha Robinson, the expected milliner, has cancelled her agreements here, having secured what appears to be a better opportunity at Melrose.
Aug. Lautenbach lost a valuable horse late last week. The animal was turned loose into the yard and in frolicking about slipped and fell in such a manner as to beak a leg.
R.M. Campbell, a veterinary surgeon of Neillsville was here on Friday of last week in attendance upon a sick horse of Fisk Lee’s.
The Misses Margaret Breed and Mabel Tyler of Neillsville spent last Friday in visiting friends and the school here that day.
The Misses Albert Neff and Celia Tyler are spending the vacation week at their respective Neillsville homes.
When you go to Neillsville it will pay you to go to Tragsdorf, Zimmerman & Co. for you clothing, shoes, hats and furnishing good, they don’t try to see how cheap stuff can be got, but how good at low prices.
Just as we were going to press last week we experienced no little fright with our office chimney burning out. No serious damage resulted however.
Mrs. Myron Osgood went to Withee Sat. and remained until Tuesday, visiting Miss Bessie Wright who is engaged with teaching there.
John Shepherd of Tioga is here and will probably stay all summer engaged with assisting in the duties on the T.D. Wage farm.
The Circle spread a delicious dinner at John Wright’s Wednesday evening, the menu consisting of ham and eggs, mashed potatoes, pickles, warm biscuits, maple syrup, doughnuts and coffee.
Kurth & David shipped 2 cars of stock to Chicago Saturday. Frank Converse accompanied them down and is spending the week with his sister, who resides there in the big city. Frank will join the bunch who leave here tomorrow via Chicago for New York, and will spend some 2 or 3 months among relatives and neighbors in New York State before returning here.
For Sale: A delightful farm home consisting of a handsome large house, a comfortable new and small barn, windmill, every convenience for chicken raising, 1 ½ acres thrifty and profitable orchard, 5 acres of pasture and the balance of the 20 acres in meadow. All of which is just outside the city limits of the city of Neillsville. Here is where you may have all the comforts of a city home and yet escape city taxes. For further particulars inquire of or write: Mrs. Mary E. Bruley, Neillsville, Wis.
Miss Ora Cole is sewing for town friends.
The Misses Ora Marsh and Hazel Downer were Neillsville visitors Saturday.
Dr. F.A. Soles was a professional caller here early this week.
Mrs. Alwin Soles went to Fond du Lac Tuesday on a 2 week visit.
A bee reshingled the Dodge Creamery last Saturday.
S.D. Calway of Neillsville transacted business here last Friday.
For Sale: a ladies’ bicycle, as good as new, very cheap, Inquire of C.W. Chubb, Lynn.
Wm. Wiersinski of Marshfield spent last week at Herman Schlinsog’s.
Election day with its April sunshine and thunder showers has come and gone once more.
Mr. and Mrs. John Goebel rejoice over the arrival of a young voter at their home a week before election.
The Ladies Aid of the German Lutheran Church met with Mrs. Hass on Wednesday.
Miss Mayme Donahue went to Fond du Lac yesterday for an extended visit with relatives.
Ferd Reichert and Arthur Riedel are still engaged with work on the interior of the Aug. Schmoll home.
Wilson Mallory will preach at the Garbush schoolhouse on Wednesday and Thursday evening, April 11 and 12, and at Granton April 13.
D.G. Babcock of Shortville suffered another stroke of paralysis last Sunday. Thos. Lowery drove up here for his daughter, Mrs. Jas. Finnegan, who went down and stayed until Wednesday assisting in the care of him.
Mrs. Chas. Oxeneider, daughter Melba Ruth, and baby John Henry, after a six months visit here with her mother Mrs. Dora Garbush and sisters, Mrs. Albert Sternitzky and Mrs. Wm. Foemmel, left for her home at Steele, N.D., Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Phair and daughter Alice of Winnipeg, Canada, who had been here for several weeks past visiting at the P.J. Kemmeter home, left for Milwaukee late last week. Mrs. Kemmeter accompanied them as far as Marshfield.
The Ripon Glee Club will give one of their delightful high class concerts at the Opera House in Neillsville tomorrow evening. This will be well worth any music lover’s time and money.
The swellest dance of Neillsville’ gay season will take place there April 10th when the Eastern Star will give a very select ball. Spectators will enjoy the occasion quite as much as the gay participants. Every effort is being put forth to make the evening a most enjoyable one.
Mike Hughes Sr., who for months past has been quite ill with stomach trouble, became violently insane last Sunday. His relatives cared for him until Wednesday, hoping he would improve, but he grew steadily worse. Upon examination by and the advice of physicians, he was taken to the hospital at Mendota yesterday morning, all of which is deeply regretted by his large circle of relatives and friends.
Miss Lizzie Guk visited in town last week.
Walter Nason was in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Geo. Hart and son Roy were Neillsville guests on Tuesday.
Miss Lettie Paulson of Nasonville is spending the week here with her sister, Mrs. Dan Rausch.
E.R. Wonser went to Marshfield Tuesday afternoon to meet his wife who was returning from a week’s visit at Unity.
Miss Martena Marsh came over from Marshfield Tuesday and is spending several days at T.D. Wage’s and among relatives.
On account of illness Miss Elsie Wenzel is unable to instruct her music class here this week.
Myrtle Knorr entertained a party of some 8 young ladies known as the Pine Tree Society at her home last week Wednesday.
Next Sunday, April 8th, Rev. Gereke will preach his last sermon here, as he with his family will leave for Watertown next week.
Last Friday Ross Paulson was arraigned in Justice court at Neillsville for moving out Mrs. Stephen Keddell’s household good from one of his houses a week or so earlier, and a judgment in the sum of 6 cents damages was docketed against him.
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