News: Granton Locals (7 Apr 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Reiff, Amidon, Hart, Tompkins, Neinas, Ross, Rausch, Paulson, Riedel, Zielsdorf, Kemena, Sweeting, Lawson, Barth, Beeckler, Marx, Berg, Robinson, Rogers, Davis, Pietenpol, Kimball, Kurzrok, Huntley, Smith, Casey, King, Mahn, Stallman, Degener, Marsh, Dixon, Rand, Fraser, Henning, strong, Converse, Rath, Fricke, Erdman, Pischer, Woodward, Stockwell, Breseman, Lautenbach, Brooks, Schwarz, Garvin, Schmoll, Sternitzky, Schune, Cole, Witte, Barth, Reichert, Steele, Winn, Eisenhart, Goebel, Wright, Meyer, Dorst, Deutsch, Herman, Heibel, Hipke, Widder, Rose, Prange, Foemmel,
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) April 7, 1911
Granton Area Locals (7 April 1911)
Next Sunday is confirmation day at Rev. Reiff’s church.
Get your Easter Egg dyes at Amidon’s Drug Store
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Hart spent Sunday at Marshfield.
Fred Tompkins, of Rice Lake Sundayed with his parents here.
Chas Neinas went to Minneapolis Monday.
Mrs. P. M. Ross entertained the Circle, Wednesday.
Mrs. D. S. Rausch and son Wallace spent Tuesday at Pete Paulson’s in Marshfield.
Miss Elsie Reidel has been visiting Marshfield relatives and friends since Wednesday.
Get your horses in good condition by feeding a little International stock tonic; for sale at Amidon’s Drug Store
Rev. Zielsdorf of Nasonville and Rev. Kemena of Loyal spent last Friday here with Rev. Reiff.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Sweeting and little son of Marshfield spent Sunday at Henry Lawson’s.
Adolph and Ernest Riedel are visiting their grandmother Barth in Nasonville since Wednesday.
Mrs. E.A. Beeckler and daughter Pearl were Neillsville visitors Tuesday.
Miss Josie Marx of Neillsville spent Wednesday and Thursday here with Mrs. Hugh Berg.
John Robinson sold his farm in Town of York to Frank Rogers early this week and with his family has moved to Edgerton, Wis., their future home.
Albert Davis and his two children after a several weeks visit with relatives here returned to Spring Valley Tuesday.
John Pietenpol lost a valuable cow Monday. John, being anxious to ascertain the cause of the animal’s death, opened up the carcass and found that its heart was about four times the normal size.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Davis and Miss Emma Kimball attended the funeral of Miss Adelaide Kimball at Merrillan last Saturday. Miss Kimball died a week ago Thursday.
For the neatest, most exquisite and most stylish creations in trimmed and tailored hats at the Granton Milliner’s; see Miss Flora Kurzrok
Mrs. George Huntley went to Stevens Point Monday in response to intelligence of her nephew Walter Smith’s alarming condition. Mr. Smith only went home from here less than two weeks since, apparently in the best of health. The young man is suffering with pneumonia.
The Casey Family of six will show at the Granton Opera House two nights next week, Wednesday and Thursday. They play, sing and dance. Don’t fail to see Princess Moameda, a lady who while in a semi comatose condition, floats from a coffin and a solid iron hoop passed over her while in mid air. A daring experiment
Tim King is sick with Scarlet Fever since Wednesday.
Asa Mahn and Arthur Stallman were Neillsville visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Albert Degener of Chili called on town friends Monday.
We have just received several new coats and suits for Easter wear; see at W. J. marsh Dry Goods, Co.
Ernest Dixon and Miss Ollie Rand of Neillsville called on town friends, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Fraser and son Beaufort spent Sun. at Marshfield.
Mrs. h. Henning of Chili and Miss Winifred Strong of Marshfield were guests of Mrs. Fraser last Saturday.
The Misses Vera and Harriet Pietenpol and Clay Converse were at Merrillan, Monday.
Mrs. Frank Converse and her niece Mrs. R. R. Rath were at Marshfield shopping on Monday.
Mrs. Fricke and daughter Zura called on friends here last Saturday.
All the new shades in long and short kid and fabric gloves are being shown by W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.
Mr. and Mrs. August Erdman of Athens spent several days early this week here with her daughter Mrs. Gottlieb Pischer.
Mrs. Minnie Woodward of Fresno, Cal., and Mrs. C. S. Stockwell of Neillsville spent last Saturday with the editor’s family.
Mrs. Phillip Breseman went to Neillsville Saturday evening and made an over Sunday visit to her sister Mrs. Julius Lautenbach.
Word from Mrs. Bertha Pischer late last week is to the effect that she is slowly gaining in health. She is at the Eau Claire hospital, still.
Mrs. J. H. Brooks and baby Jessie were over from Neillsville last Saturday on a visit to Mrs. S. G. Schwarz.
Earl Gavin of Dawson, N. D., who has been here since last Thanksgiving left for home on Monday.
Mrs. August Schmoll and daughter Norma, Mrs. Albert Sternitzky, Miss Mary Schune were among the Grantonites who visited Neillsville friends, Monday.
Mrs. Lynn Cole and daughter Bernice of Humbird came over Saturday and made an over Sunday visit at Fred Hart’s. The ladies are sisters.
Mrs. Price Beeckler after a several weeks visit here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Free Converse left for her home at Dubuque, Iowa, on Monday.
Miss Elsie Riedel ahs resigned her position at the H. C. Witte store and her cousin Miss Bertha Barth who has had two years experience in a general store, has taken her place.
Ferdinand Reichert returned home early this week after a year’s absence in Chicago and Michigan.
Dave Steele is enjoying, since Tuesday, a visit from a sister who arrived from Montana that day.
Webb Winn went to Withee Wednesday to attend a county convention of the M. W. A.
A 12 pound baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisenhart Tuesday evening; Mother and baby doing nicely.
Miss Bertha Goebel came home from Milwaukee on Tuesday for a several weeks visit with her parents.
Mrs. John Wright after a six weeks sojourn with relatives at Tavares, Florida, returned home on Monday.
Mrs. Louis Meyer and three children visited relatives at Sidney over Sunday and at John Dorst’s this week. She goes to Kiel now on an indefinite visit to her parents while Mr. Meyer rebuilds, to take the place of the home destroyed by fire two weeks ago tonight.
Gust Deutsch appeared quite noticeably important Wednesday and when questioned we learned he had just been informed by post, of the arrival of a "new niece", a baby girl at his brother Ferd’s at Plaza, N. D. April 1st.
Anyone wishing to hire a man and team to do seeding and farm work call on J. J. Herman, Granton, Rt. 3
Fred Heibel who has had ear trouble for nearly a year was operated on last Wednesday at Marshfield by Dr. Hipke, who found a Polyp pus growth which he removed. The hearing is now completely restored.
Ross Paulson came home from Chicago Tuesday with a carload of fine heavy brood mares, some with foal. This will afford anyone who is looking for such a good opportunity to buy.
John J. Herman and family moved up from Illinois several weeks ago and onto their land, a quarter section, about 6 miles south east of here. There is no clearing on this land, but Mr. Herman has come here full of ambition to make a farm out of it. In later years quite a number of settlers came up from Illinois to locate on land east and south of here, but very few seem to succeed and invariably returned to whence they came. Mr. Herman contributes this to the fact that the majority of these people come from cities and have not the first principle of farming, much less have they any idea of the trials and hard knocks connected with the clearing of a farm.
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