News: Granton Locals (20 Apr 1906)
Surnames: Snyder, Schmoll, Wiesner, Smith, Davis, Cole, Keller, Neinas, Schwartz, Maluge, Kalso, Reichert, Donahue, Olson, Rausch, Konshak, Schwarze, Morrison, Ogden, Wright, Hart, Breed, Wood, Sutherland, Lavey, Pickruhn, Barker, Beeckler, Selves, Yankee, Breseman, Sifert, Sternitzky, Baer, Garbush, Schune, Chubb, Kimball, Withee, Finnegan, Stallman, Schroeder, Gershmehl, Hammler, Beer, Ferd, True, Mahn, Birtsch, Huff, Nitschke, Hoover, Paulson, Lee, Blum, Porath, Cattenach, Snow, Fuller, Johnson, Knorr, Kemery, Breed, Downer, Huntley, Tyler
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/20/1906
Loren Snyder spent Sunday with his parents at Neillsville.
Mrs. Aug. Schmoll entertained a few friends Saturday.
Mrs. Chas. Wiesener visited her sister here on Saturday.
Jeweler Lyman T. Smith spent Sunday with his parents at Neillsville.
Hale Davis and Miss Ora Cole saw the "Aristocratic Tramp" at Neillsville Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Herman Keller of Fremont spent Saturday here with Mrs. Chas. Neinas.
Wm. Schwartz and Wm. Maluge transacted business at Neillsville between trains on Monday.
Theresa Kalso of Globe was the guest of friends here early this week.
L.A. Reichert of Chili spent Monday morning here with relatives and frineds.
"Rip Van Winkle" will be at the opera house Saturday evening, April 21st - band and orchestra.
Miss Kate Donahue, who is sewing at Neillsville, visited her mother between trains Sunday morning.
Station agent C.M. Olson spent Sunday with relatives and best girl at Woodville.
August Snyder, the Neillsville clothier, spent Sunday morning with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rausch and son Wallie spent the latter part of last week with relatives at Marshfield and Nasonville.
Miss Viola Konshak left for Chicago Sunday night. She goes on an extended visit to an aunt and in search of employment.
A chimney on Dr. Schwarz’s home burning out Saturday night illuminated the whole neighborhood and furnished considerable excitement for a little while.
Mrs. Henry Smith of the Ridge, while visiting her daughter Mrs. Isaac Morrison last Sunday, was suddenly stricken with paralysis and though not seriously ill now she is still confined at the Morrison home.
See Chas. W. Ogden’s grand scenic production of "Rip Van Winkle" with Geo. Miltimore as Rip here Sat. evening, April 21. See the 5-year-old boy wonder. Many special attractions and a good show are assured you.
Miss Bessie wright, who teaches near Withee, was given Good Friday as a holiday by the school board of that district, so she made an unexpected visit home, arriving here Friday noon and leaving on the return trip Sunday morning.
Fred Hart of Osseo spent Saturday with his brother Geo. here; leaving for home Sunday morning he was accompanied by his father Chas. Hart, who will make an extended visit to relatives at Osseo and Humbird before returning here.
Mrs. Gusta breed and Mrs. Edith Wood are about to buy Mrs. Hattie Sutherland’s home on the corner opposite the Adventist church. They have sold their real estate, some 20 acres, where their home buried a few weeks since, to Frank Lavey.
Mrs. Chas. Pickruhn suffered the misfortune to fall down the whole flight of stair in the D.C. Barker home (a part of which she occupies as a residence) early Monday morning, sustaining such injuries as to necessitate medical attention. The injuries, though of a very uncomfortable nature, will not prove serious. Her many friends are lending her the necessary assistance and she is rapidly mending.
Geo. Beeckler took in the sights at Neillsville Tuesday.
Dan rausch attended Circuit Court at Neillsville early this week.
Mrs. Edith Wood visited friends at Neillsville early this week.
Ted Selves of Neillsville visited friends here Saturday.
Miss Hattie Yankee left Teusday morning for Langford, S.D.
Willie Breseman went to Marshfield Sunday on a visit to an uncle.
Rev. A.A. Sifert will preach at the Union Church next Sunday, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. Everybody is invited.
Mrs. Henry Sternitzky and son Walter were Neillsville visitors Tuesday.
The celebrated Nash outing hats have arrived and are on sale at Mrs. F.J. Baer’s.
The young people enjoyed an impromptu dance at the opera house Saturday night.
Miss bertha Garbush of Neillsville called on town friends Sunday morning enroute to her brother Arthur’s.
Herman Schune went to Fairchild Tuesday and spent a few days with relatives and friends there.
Miss Lena Breseman is staying with Mrs. Fred Davis during Fred’s absence in the east.
E.A. Beeckler and daughters Theresa and Pearl drove to Neillsville Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Chas. Neinas and daughter Lydia went to Chili Tuesday and attended the funeral of the late Mr. Fischer there that day.
C.W. Chubb of Lynn made a pleasant call Tuesday as he was on his way home from a business trip down the line.
Miss Emma Kimball of Neillsville and Miss Grace Withee of Sault St. Marie spent Saturday and Sunday here with W.S. Davis’.
Kearney Davis told fish stores to the "easy ones" early this week, claiming them to have been bonafide happening of Easter Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gershmehl drove in Tuesday and purchased a handsome lot of new furniture of Aug. Hammler for their substantial house.
Mrs. Phillip Breseman and daughter Laura went to Marshfield Tuesday afternoon to spend a few days at Henry Beer’s.
Mrs. Herman Schune, baby Erna and son Frederick and Miss Mary Schune went to Fairchild last Saturday evening, returning home yesterday.
The Mesdames James Finnegan, Peter Stallman and Edward Schroeder, together with the latter’s little son Charles, spent Tuesday at Neillsville.
Mrs. Chas. hart of Humbird spent several days of last week here at Geo. Hart’s, stopping off as she was enroute home from Fond du Lac.
Henry Ferd, for several months past a guest of the Albert Sternitzky home, left for his home in North Dakota Tuesday a.m.
Section foreman Peter Stallman has a full crew at work, among whom we noticed Romanzo Davis, John True, Geo. Beeckler, Geo. Fraser, Dan Donahue and Clarence Mahn.
Mrs. J.B. Birtch of Schroeder, Minn., arrived here on Monday night’s limited for a several weeks visit with her mother Mrs. Huff at the W.P. Budge farm.
The postmaster general has issued a notice that all rural mail carriers have the right of way on all country roads and that all other carriages or conveyances must surrender the right of way to the rural carriers. This order was issued as a result of numerous complaints on the part of the carriers who were not able to deliver their mail in the specified time because carriages and conveyances which they met refuse to give them the right of way and often made it necessary for them to drive slower or to wait until the road was clear before they could proceed. A fine will be charged to all who in any way interfere with the speedy delivery of the rural mail, and as a carrier is also fined and sometimes deposed for late delivery, he will no doubt see to it that any person responsible for his delay will bear the punishment instead of himself.
Born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nitschke, a baby girl.
Joe Hoover of Neillsville was a guest at John Fuller’s Monday.
Miss Letta Paulson of Nasonville spent Wednesday with relatives here.
T.F. Lee lost a valuable horse through lung trouble last week.
Dan Cattenach and Al Snow of Nasonville were in town Wednesday.
Mrs. Dan Rausch went to Marshfield Wednesday on a visit to Mrs. John Rausch.
Kearney Davis has men and teams at work getting the ground in readiness for the erection of his brick barber shop.
Remember the Eastern Star dance and entertainment at Neillsville this Friday evening. It will be a delightful affair and well worth your time and attention.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Blum of Stanley arrived here Saturday evening and spent Easter Sunday with Mrs. Blum’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Porath in the town of Lynn, returning to Stanley on Monday.
Mrs. Johnson of Greenwood came down Tuesday morning for a visit at the A.J. Knorr home during Mr. Johnson’s attendance in court as juryman at Neillsville this week.
We noticed Hallie Kemery, brakeman on our regular freight here Tuesday joking with a couple of our prettiest girls who were at the depot in their new Easter bonnets.
Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Beeckler, Mrs. A.J. Knorr and Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Vet Marsh and daughter Agnes, Myron Osgood and wife ,and Miss Celia Tyler were some of the Grantonites who saw a good show at Neillsville Tuesday night.
Rev. Almond Breed of Walla Walla, Wash., arrived here today. He is on his way home after an extended visit in the east. He will continue his journey on Tuesday and will be accompanied by the Misses Hazel and Callie Downer, who go for a few month’s stay and visit in the state of Washington.
Decoration Day is close at hand. If your are contemplating beautifying your cemetery lot by erecting a monument thereon, you will do well to see Wm. Huntley Jr., proprietor of the Neillsville Marble and Grantie Works, at once. Material, workmanship and prices guaranteed satisfactory.
The Literary Society, which was organized in school district No. 4 of York last winter under the name of "Evergreen Society," has suspended meetings for a while at least. It is hoped the work will be resumed in the near future.
Good bye old Evergreen, good bye,
As in the cold damp earth you lie,
I feel within a spasm of pain,
And wonder if we’ll met again.
Your life alas, was brief and sad,
The officers you had were bad,
But defying fate, you lived to know
That beside a cow, a horse was slow.
Your editor, a chump was he,
As big a man will ever see.
He it was who laid you low.
Gave you the last and fatal blow.
Yea, while you were in your prime
He did your pearly form begrime,
With his vile jokes and stories cheap,
Upon you head did ignominy heap.
But may your rest be calm and sweet
While we clean out this yellow sheet.
When I grow old and come to die,
By the "Evergreen Society" let me lie.
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