News: Granton Area (18 Aug 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Bladl, Hubing, Davis, Morris, Moh, Hankey, Liebenstein, Dankemyer, Borden, Beebe, Ashman, Fuller, Beeckler, Winter, Amidon, Zschernitz, Steele, Paulson, Fradette, Breed, Wonser, Bauman, Stanley, Grasser, Huff, Dennis, Breseman, Gerzemehle, Kemmeter, Wittkamp, Reiff, Moench, Marg, Handt, Shaw, Bruske, Riedel, Dietrich, Montgomery, Adams, Trimberger, Amidon, Brooks, Burdick, Brick, Kier, Olson, Berg, Witte, Hart, Michler, Tragsdorf, Knorr, Scholtz, Kurth, Bequette, McClaflin, Foster, Goodison, Wage, Cramer, Bachman, Hughes, Wenzel, Pernod, Groves, Cole, Hoganson, Sultrecht, Brown, Wright, Short, Deutsch, Snyder, Taplin, Bullard, Lovell, Frei, Wiesner, Zorn, Owen, Beecher, Hantke, Hayden, Ide, Osgood, Martin, Moldenhauer, Lowery, Campbell, Schoengarth, Stelter, Hass, Kuechenmeister, Rathke
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) August 18, 1911
Granton Area (18 August 1911)
Mrs. John Bladl spent Tuesday with friends in Marshfield.
Mike Hubing lost a fine horse by death Tuesday.
The M. W. A. of Chili will give a dance at their hall August 26.
W. S. Davis transacted business at Merrillan, Monday.
Mrs. I. W. Morris went to St. Paul Monday.
Mr. Carl Moh arrived Monday morning from Breslau, Germany.
Miss Anna Hankey and Dickey Liebenstein left for Chicago, Tuesday.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Dankemyer last week Thursday.
Mrs. Borden of Elgin is here for the past 10 days visiting her son C. C. Beebe and his family.
Mrs. Ashman of Chicago arrived here Tuesday on a visit to her daughter Mrs. C. C. Beebe.
Mrs. John Fuller, the Misses Bessie and Vera Beeckler were Neillsville visitors, Tuesday.
Miss Ida Winter is looking after the household duties in the G. E. Amidon home since last week.
Mrs. Ethel Zschernitz is assisting Mrs. Dave Steele with her household cares.
Mrs. Ross Paulson spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. Herbert Fradette.
Mrs. Gusta Breed after two weeks nursing at David Steele’s is again at home.
E. R. Wonser and family are home again from Waupaca Lake since Monday.
For sale - 3 splendid grade heifers, 2 Holsteins, 1 Guernsey, bred; L. E. Moh
Mrs. Bauman came over from Marshfield Tuesday to visit at Chas Neinas.
Chas Stanley of Sherwood is suffering with blood poisoning in his right arm. He took the train here Tuesday, for Neillsville.
Mrs. Mike Grasser went to Marshfield Saturday.
Mrs. Huff is at her town home since Wednesday.
Mrs. Elmer Dennis entertained the Circle Wednesday.
Theo. Breseman is laying the cellar wall for Mrs. Gerzemehle.
Jessie Morris is at Rice Lake since last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downer returned last Friday from their trip through the west.
P. J. Kemmeter transacted business at the county seat on Monday.
Will Wittkamp after a several weeks visit at home returned to St. Paul on Monday.
Rev. Reiff went to Clintonville Saturday and remained over until Tuesday at Rev. Moench’s.
Mrs. Marg returned to Marshfield Monday, after a several days visit here with her children.
Miss Anna Handt is here from Minneapolis since Monday visiting relatives and old friends.
Mrs. Clyde Shaw and children went to Chippewa Falls Wednesday to visit Clyde at the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruske and 3 children are here from Milwaukee since last Friday visiting at the F. D. Riedel’s.
The Misses Cora and Maude Dietrich are here from Greenbush visiting at Orren Montgomery’s and Sam Adams’.
Big sale now on! Nearly every article in the store at a discount; remember all this month; at Witte’s
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Trimberger Monday morning. Mother and baby are reported as doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Amidon welcomed the advent of a new daughter at their home early Tues. morning. All well!
Miss Pearl Brooks went to Neillsville Tuesday to have dental work done and spend several days with her grandma Brooks.
Mrs. Gerzemehle is having a cellar wall laid on her lot south of the Frances Burdick place, preparatory to moving her house down from Mapleworks corner and taking up residence in Granton.
Granton defeated Lynn in a hot game of ball last Sunday, the score being 3 to 8.
Mrs. Brick and children are here from Brillion visiting at Ernst Kiers since Wednesday.
Miss Ruth Olson after a weeks visit here with Miss Nettie Berg left for her home at Wausau on Monday.
Big Wood peaches for canning are at Witte’s. Cheaper and better than ever; Leave your orders
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hart and son Roy and Mrs. Leland Davis autoed out and visited relatives at Moon, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Michler and baby came over from Marshfield last Friday and made an over Sunday visit at Henry Winter’s.
The Misses Lillie and Edna Tragsdorf of Neillsville spent Tuesday afternoon here with Miss Myrtle Knorr.
Mrs. Ida Scholtz of Milwaukee joined her sister Miss Marie here at the Richard Kurth home Tuesday on an extended visit.
Miss Agnes Bequette of Emerson, N. D., arrived here Wednesday for a few days visit at the Warren McClaflin home.
Mr. and Mrs. James Foster of Sycamore, Ill., and Mrs. Carrie Goodison of DeKalb, Ill., are visiting at Elmer Dennis’ since Wednesday.
Miss Gladys Wage visited at Cedarhurst Wednesday afternoon. She expects to teach at Humbird this year.
Vet Marsh, agent for the Nappanee Silo Co., of Indiana is making his headquarters here and doing a good business through the country hereabouts.
Pete Cramer who underwent a critical surgical operation upon his tongue, at Eau Claire a short time since, spent Wednesday morning at Neillsville under Dr. Bachman’s care.
Miss Mary Grasser went to Minneapolis Tuesday to spend some time in a wholesale millinery house of that city.
Lynn and Myrtle Knorr came home from Waupaca Monday; Mr. and Mrs. Knorr and Miss Shirley continuing their trip to Chilton.
Peter Paulson whose intention was to manage a threshing machine owned by him this fall, has given up the idea and has taken charge of Orrin Hughes’ garage, as head machinist. - Marshfield Herald
Mrs. C. E. Beeckler went to Chippewa Falls Tuesday in response to news that her son Clyde Shaw had suffered another amputation of a portion of his left limb.
Anthony Wenzel of Neillsville and Paul Pernod of Texas came over from Neillsville Monday and bought a span of 4-year old work horses of Davis & Paulson.
Frank Groves came up last Thursday from Plymouth and remained until Tuesday. His wife and brother George went home with him from here.
Mrs. Cole and daughter Bernice came over from Humbird Saturday on a weeks visit between the Fred Hart and other families related to them here about.
A six pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fradette of York, Monday morning. Mother and baby reported as doing nicely. Mrs. Augusta Riedel is caring for them.
Little Maurine Davis celebrated her sixth birthday by entertaining a host of little folk at a nice party in the grove west of their house, Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Trimberger and daughter Caroline came up from Sheboygan Tuesday on several week’s visit to the former’s son, George Trimberger.
The Misses Paulina and Matilda Hoganson are here from Black River Falls since Monday visiting their brother Adolph of this place and Anton of Chili.
Miss Hulda Sultrecht after a months visit at home left on Monday fro Dubuque, Iowa, where she has pleasant employment and expects to spend the balance of the year.
Hand picked apples 50c per bushel, sweet and sour crab apples 50c a bushel at Witte’s
Harvey Brown of Genoa, Ill., a former resident of this town visited the Fred Wright and Elmer Dennis families here this week.
Albert Davis and two children came up from Spring Valley Saturday to spend some time here among relatives.
Mrs. James Short who has been ill and at the Marshfield hospital for something more than two weeks is reported to be doing nicely.
Gus Deutsch who is taking a weeks vacation from his duties in the A.F. Snyder clothing store left Saturday night for Milwaukee. He is probably in Chicago much of this week as he had anticipated seeing the aerial races there.
Mrs. W. W. Taplin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bullard of Rib Lake arrived here Friday and made an over Sunday visits between the J. W. Lovell, Chas and Irwin Brooks homes. Mr. and Mrs. Bullard are moving to the state of Oregon within the next few days.
Geo. Frei left on Monday for his old home in Switzerland. He will be absent about six weeks. Mrs. Frei accompanied him as far as Chicago where she will make a 10 days visit among old friends.
Mrs. Fred Wiesner Sr., after a three weeks visit here at her son Charlie’s went home to Neillsville Wednesday evening Mrs. Charles Wiesner accompanying her down.
Mrs. Will Huff and children are expected to arrive here yet this week from the Saskatchewan Dist. of Canada for an extended stay; Mr. Huff will join them here later.
Wm. Zorn and family autoed down Tuesday evening with his brother-in-law who was here from Manitowoc visiting them, and spent the evening at E.R. Wonser’s.
Ray S. Owen the civil engineer who came up from Madison Monday to take charge of the resurvey of the Town of York went home Wednesday evening. He expects to auto up with his car within a few days, expecting to use same to facilitate the work in hand.
Rella Beecher, carrier of R. F. D. No. 4 had a genuine surprise party Tuesday night. Going home from the pickling station where he had spent his evening, rather late; he was surprised to see his home all lighted up and people moving about through the rooms, in great numbers. It was his birthday anniversary that something more than 30 of his friends remembered and dropped in to help him celebrate, as behooves a birthday to one of his age and disposition. All enjoyed it equally with their genial host.
James Hughes, oldest son of the late Wm. Hughes and Hannah Hughes, his widow, was on Wednesday united in the holy bonds of matrimony with Mrs. Nettie Short, at the home of his sister, Mrs. Louis Hantke, in Neillsville.
Notice - Having ordered an up-to-date carpet loom I am prepared to weave carpets and rugs for anyone wanting them. Call on Mrs. C. G. Hayden on the C. H. Ide farm
Sidney, Kurth and Cedarhurst have been abandoned as railroad stations since last Friday, trains no longer stopping at these points by flagging or otherwise.
Mott Osgood last week received $50 from the Mystic Workers for a broken ankle which he sustained through a fall several weeks ago.
Levi Morris and family are enjoying life at Waukesha since yesterday when he took a lay-off from his official duties as carrier on Route 3.
Mrs. Mahaley Martin passed the 73rd milestone of her life on Wednesday when 35 of her friends and neighbors helped her celebrate the event in a most agreeable manner.
Walter Moldenhauer received a 50 horse power aviation engine which he will use in his flying machine. Walter will be at the Marshfield Fair with his air ship next week where he will make actual flights.
Miss Ethel Lowery and Mr. Ray Campbell were married last Friday at Neillsville; Judge Oscar Schoengarth performing the ceremony.
The Mission festival - Missionsfest - at Mapleworks was a success in every way. We had the finest of weather; two good sermons and a short address - the German by Rev. Stelter of Fall Creek, the English by Rev. Hass of Chippewa Falls. We had a great crowd of people and all of them behaved so well that our committee for good order had no occasion to request anybody t o behave better. In short it was a most delightful affair and people who had celebrated at Maplehurst in previous years declared this was the best of all the mission festivals they ever had here. And although we do not speculate on our stands and were closed during services, they netted a considerable profit to the congregation, as the sales were good. To our regret one of our people, Mr. Oscar Kuechenmeister, was kept away by an accident with which he met on his way to the church caused by an automobile. We are sorry this happened. S. Rathke, Pastor
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