News: Heathville (19 Dec 1913)
Surnames: Davis, Ure, Graham, Rollins, Livingston, Henning, Hoffman, Curtis, Pitkin, Knoll, Mundt, Happe, Drake, Webster, Knoll, Schmidtke, Dankemyer, Cole, Housley Domlin
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 12/19/1913
Gordon Davis and wife and Miss Pearl Brown were Loyal visitors Saturday.
The Ure boys sawed wood for Sherman Davis Thursday forenoon.
The neighbors gave Mrs. J. Graham a birthday surprise party Saturday evening. All enjoyed a good time.
John Rollins and family spent Sunday with Fay Livingston and wife.
The Jake Henning and Jake Hoffman families of Chili spent Sunday at Ray Ure’s.
L. Curtis has a relative visiting with him and looking for a farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Davis called on Mr. and Mrs. Pitkin Sunday afternoon.
H.A. Knoll and wife were Sunday evening callers at Curtis’.
We understand that Dick Mundt has sold his farm but have been unable to learn the particulars.
W.R. Happe made a business trip to Neillsville Friday.
Gordon Davis butchered 4 nice hogs last week.
Miss Alma Happe spent Thursday night at Graham’s.
Earl Drake thinks it’s too far to go to Nasonville in cold weather, so now he make his calls nearer home.
(The following items were too late for last week)
E.A. Webster of Chili was a business caller in this vicinity Wednesday.
W.R. Happe returned home from La Cross Saturday where he attended an Equity convention.
Mrs. W.R. Happe and daughter Elda were callers at Gordon Davis’ Sunday afternoon.
Della Knoll was on the sick list last week.
Gustave Schmidtke returned home from Dakota last week.
Mrs. Arthur Happe was a business caller at G. Davis’ Monday.
Mrs. S. Davis and son returned home Monday from her visit tot eh southern part of the state.
Freeman Dankemyer came home from the hospital at Eau Claire last Thursday.
Harry and Alvin Cole of Lynn came up Monday to cut wood on their land here.
Dr. Housley was a caller at John Domlin’s Wednesday morning.
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