News: Heathville (18 Aug 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Davis, Dankemyer, Kidd, Happe, Carpenter
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) August 18, 1911
Heathville (18 August 1911)
Sherman Davis is the proud possessor of one bullhead and 6 quarts of blackberries. He was gone nearly a week and his inaccessible thoughts while near Tioga were greatly improved with the red waist problem.
Oh dear Mr. Foemmel’s Corner, it’s for something they didn’t do. If I and Leberknoedel have to fight that out; we’ll let you know about it in time. He’ll never see us that is, if we see him first, but if you want to have it out with us, we’ll see you any time after harvesting. There isn’t really much between us, only 14 miles of Sauerkraut and 2 cheese factories and they both make Limburger. There are only a few Yankees between us and we got them well trained to mind their own business.
A young ball player made its appearance last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Dankemyer.
Rex Kidd delivered pickles to the Granton pickle factory last Monday.
Report have it that Alma Happe, a daughter of W. R. Happe, who has been in the Marshfield hospital for about six weeks on account of typhoid fever will not be home yet for some time, although her doctor states that she is out of danger.
Wm. Carpenter of Marshfield spent a few days at home to assist his father in haying.
Good day, brother Leberknoedel!
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