News: Granton Locals (28 Apr 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Converse, Wright, Wegner, Kurzrok, Trimberger, Ure, Storm, Duffy, Anding, Bartel, Lee, Phillips, Baer, Washburn, Canfield, Osgood, Mason, King, Galbreath, Lovell, Brooks, Jensen, Viergutz, Kurth, Reiff, Witte, Chase, Pischer, Berg, Davis, Mahn, Martin, Williams, Kimball, Gerzmehle, Marsh, Zielsdorf, Kemena, Weeks, Snyder, Knorr, Rausch, O’Neill, Winter, Uhlman, Turner, Wonser, Jacques, Lathrop, Frachette, Mooney, Amidon, Dost, Breseman, Beeckler, Burdick
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) April 28, 1911
Granton Area Locals (28 April 1910)
Mrs. Free Converse spent Tuesday with Mrs. John Wright.
Herman Wegner is having the interior of his hotel repainted.
Miss Flora Kurzrok is ill and under medical treatment.
John Trimberger is re-shingling his house and in various other ways materially improving it.
Mrs. Geo. Ure spent Wednesday with Lynn friends, and returned to Neillsville Thursday.
Wm. Storm early this week laid a new floor in his saloon building.
Ye Editor and wife called on Mr. and Mrs. John Duffy who live above Romadka, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anding of Altoona are visiting relatives here since last Saturday.
Henry Bartel, Ralph Lee and Miss Phillips autoed over from Neillsville, Monday.
Mrs. F. J. Baer attended a meeting of the Carnation Art Club at Mrs. Washburn’s at Lynn, Wednesday.
Mrs. Eva Canfield was the recipient of a big postal card shower on Tuesday, her birthday.
Mot Osgood is building a little cottage on the old John Mason Mill site northeast of here.
Tim King has entirely recovered from Scarlet Fever and the quarantine was raised last Tuesday.
John Galbreath’s auction sale will take place today, Friday at 1 o’clock in Town of Washburn.
Main rain cravenette coats $10.00 and $12.00 values going at $7.50 at Witte’s
Dell Lovell came down from Rice Lake and made an over Sunday visit at Chas Brooks’.
L. N. Jensen delivered some handsome nursery stock among his patrons in this vicinity early this week.
Student Viergutz of the St. Paul Seminary is teaching in the German Lutheran School in Pine Valley since last week.
Mrs. Richard Kurth will entertain the Ladies Aid of Rev. Reiff’s parish at her home next Wednesday afternoon.
Big assortment of dried fruit at a reasonable price at Witte’s; a big discount in box lots
Hod Chase of Monmouth, Oregon, has been visiting here and at Neillsville for the past two weeks.
Mrs. Bertha Pischer died at the Eau Claire hospital Tuesday evening and the remains were brought to Neillsville for burial the next day.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Berg drove down and made an over Sunday stay at the W. S. Davis cottage at Dells Dam. Asa Mahn and Vivian Ure spent Sunday with them there.
John Martin of Lynn, H. E. Williams, Pearl Brooks, Lloyd Kimball, Chris and Laura Gerzmehle were among the passengers for Neillsville Monday noon.
Spence Marsh and family and Al Marsh and son Gerald autoed over from Neillsville Sunday morning and spent a few hours here with relatives.
Rev. Reiff, Rev. Zielsdorf of Nasonville, and Rev. Kemena of Loyal are attending a conference at Caroline, Wis., this week.
Dr. T. F. Weeks, Dentist, office over Aug. Snyder’s clothing store, Neillsville; telephone 149
Clover, timothy, alsike, alfalfa and seed peas, flower and garden seeds at Knorr-Rausch Hardware Company
Andrew O’Neill, father of Judge James O’Neill died at his home in Lisbon, St. Lawrence Co., New York April 21, 1911 at the age of 87 years.
Adelia Winter the 13 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winter has been very ill the past two weeks with rheumatism.
For Sale: 40 acre farm in Town of York, 30 acres under plow, good buildings; Very reasonable; Inquire of Wm. Uhlman, Neillsville R. #4.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner of Polly came up Saturday and remained until Tuesday visiting at W. H. Turner’s in York where the aged mother is ill.
The Mesdames W. S. Davis, Dan Rausch, E. R. Wonser, A. J. Knorr, F. J. Baer with Miss Emma Kimball and a dozen Neillsville people attended an O. E. S. reception, banquet and regular meeting at Merrillan, Monday eve.
Money to loan on first class farms at 5½ per cent. No commissions. Privilege of partial payments, see Geo. L. Jacques, Neillsville
Dr. Lathrop of Marshfield, one of the best known physicians in this part of the state, died at his home in that city last Sunday after a lingering illness. He was buried Tuesday under the auspices of the Knights of Templers.
Mrs. Bertha Frachette of Sherwood, who underwent an operation for strangulated hernia at the Marshfield hospital some ten days since, is reported as rapidly recovering.
John Mooney came down from Withee last week, having resigned his position there with the Christenson Mfg. Co. He expects to spend a few weeks here among old friends before going to Montana.
Get your eyes fitted with spectacles at Amidon’s Drug Store for $1.00. If you are not satisfied we will refund your money.
Jack Dost after a two weeks stay among old friends hereabouts closed up his business affairs here and returned to Milwaukee Saturday night. He will join Mrs. Dost at Spokane, Wash., shortly.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Breseman were married just 25 years ago today, Thursday, and they will be surprised by a house full of neighbors and friends who are planning on going with baskets of goodies and giving them as well as all concerned, the time of their lives, tonight.
Creamery butter 22c a pound, dairy butter 18c at Witte’s
Mrs. C. E. Beeckler went to Seymour last Saturday for a farewell visit to her mother, Mrs. Frances Burdick, as the latter with a sister of hers residing at Seymour is making preparations for leaving early next month for the Atlantic coast where they will make an extended visit among relatives and old friends.
For sheet music, songs, two steps, waltzes, etc. see J. A. Martin. He has some good things while they last, at only 9c a copy.
Remember the choice line of Ladies’ and Children’s trimmed and tailored hats at the Granton Milliner’s; see Miss Flora Kurzrok
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