News: Granton Locals #1 (5 Jan 1917)
Surnames: Jahr, Muckerheide, Bradford, Lastofka, Osgood, Johnson, Haltaufderheide, Brooks, Hale, Irvine, Martin, Opelt, Bradford, Mead, Beeckler, Schreiber, Anthony, Schroeder, Plauel, Kurzrok
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/05/1917
Miss Clara Jahr visited Neillsville friend Wednesday.
J.H. Muckerheide of the town of York bought the Merchants Hotel at Neillsville on Tuesday. Wm. Bradford took in exchange the Muckerheide farm, the old Jos. Lastofka place.
Mot Osgood and family have returned from Racine and are housekeeping in the old Sam Gerlach home which is now owned by one Mead of Neillsville.
A.M. Johnson of Rozellville was in town was in town Wednesday suffering with a badly scalded right arm and thus taking an enforced vacation.
Edwin Haltaufderheide came home Wednesday from a pleasure trip and visit with his brother Harold at Two Rivers.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks and daughter Frances of Lynn autoed over and spent Sunday with the Chas. Brooks family.
Mrs. Lucas Hale of Lynn is alarmingly ill since she suffered a stroke of paralysis, Sunday. Her daughters, Mrs. Max Opelt and Mrs. John Martin, are with her and assisting in her care.
The Misses Eula and Evelyn Irvine of Neillsville spent last Friday and Saturday her, guests of the Beeckler girls.
Fernando Johnson went to Eau Claire Saturday on a visit to his wife who is as yet a patient in the Sacred Heart Hospital there, with little expectation of getting home this month, although she is mending and getting along toward recovery nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Schreiber of Route 4 went to Eau Claire Wedn evening that Mrs. Schreiber might enter Sacred Heart Hospital and undergo an operation for relief for a trouble of long standing.
Mrs. L.M. Anthony of Weyauwega is here visiting her daughter Mrs. E.A. Schroeder since Tuesday. Harold and Florence Anthony, who came up with their mother, continued on to Neillsville and are visiting their brother residing there, while Mrs. Anthony is getting acquainted with her little granddaughter here.
The Plauel-Hahm law suit at Neillsville the first few days of this week attracted much attention and drew many Granton people as witnesses. Mr. and Mrs. Plauel are endeavoring to have a deed of their home given their daughter Mildred, set aside. The case was completed Wednesday evening, but as we to press the decision of the Court had not been made public.
Miss Flora Kurzrok of Burlington, a former Granton girl, who was reported as alarmingly ill last August with little or no hope of recovery is now so much improved in health that with the aid of crutches she get about the house quite freely this winter and has plans for going to Colorado with her mother early in March.
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