News: Granton (6 Oct 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Ayers, Bartz, Bladl, Kidd, Witte, Guth, Schmoll, Wage, Rose, Sternitzky, Hafide, Morris, Eisenhart, Eubanks, Hubing, Amidon, Nonhof, Oldenburg, Garbush, Roehl, Prindle, Montgomery, Lammers, Rath, Richter, Neabling, Lastofka, Kelpin, Wentworth, Davis, Knorr, Dankemyer, Krause, Gerlach, Breed, Woodward, Rogers, Davies, Zorn, Scholtz, Kurth, Hempe, Neitzel, Schoengarth, Gebhart, Lautenbach, Schlinsog, Konshak, Worchel, Krier, Hillert, Wright, Beaver, Grasser, Spry, Portz
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) October 6, 1911
Granton (6 October 1911)
Mrs. Lew Ayers spent Friday with old friends at Neillsville.
Fred Bartz went to Brillion, Monday on a weeks visit.
Mrs. John Bladl visited her parents at Chili, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kidd and baby visited Neillsville friends, Monday.
Mrs. H. C. Witte and Mrs. C. A. Guth were Marshfield visitors, Friday.
Mrs. Aug. Schmoll and daughter, Norma spent Saturday with Neillsville friends.
T. D. Wage and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rose were Marshfield visitors, Monday.
Mrs. Albert Sternitzky and son Carl spent Monday with Marshfield friends. Dr. Mark Hafide of Mitchell, S. D., arrived here Monday on a visit to his niece Mrs. I. W. Morris.
Mrs. Henry Eisenhart and children returned home on Monday from a week’s visit at Humbird.
Henry Sternitzky spent the fore part of the week at the county seat, on business bent.
J. H. Eubanks a Soo conductor from Stevens Point spent Sunday here with his sister Elinor.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hubing of Athens have been visiting relatives hereabouts since Saturday.
Get your candies at Amidon’s Drug Store
W.D. Rose left Monday night on a business trip to Sheboygan, Sheboygan Falls, Plymouth and Fond du Lac.
Mrs. Al Nonhof met her sister Mrs. Geo. Oldenburg at Marshfield Monday and together they went on to Sheboygan that day, to visit relatives.
Robert Garbush and family and Will Roehl went to Alma Center Saturday and made an over Sunday visit.
Mrs. Prindle of Eden, Fond du Lac Co., after a two week’s visit at Orren Montgomery’s left for home, Monday.
For sale - Single comb full blood Buff cockerels; for particulars inquire of A. J. Lammers, Granton Road.
Mrs. Fred Rath returned to Cataract Tuesday.
Ferd Richter has been at Chilton all week on legal business.
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Amidon and little son came up from Melrose Fri. and made an over Sunday visit at G. E.’s.
Mrs. Neabling of Neenah after a 3 week visit here with her sister Mrs. Wm. Bartz left for her home, on Monday.
I will ship cattle and calves from Granton and Neillsville, Tuesday, Oct. 10. See M. Lastofka
The Misses Emma and Martha Kelpin left for Fond du Lac, Wednesday evening.
Ward Wentworth and son Rush of Edgerton spent Tuesday and Wednesday at W. S. Davis’.
Mr. A. J. Knorr transacted business at Appleton several days early this week.
Don’t forget the basket social at the opera house Friday evening, October 6 (tonight). Everybody invited!
Mrs. Freeman Dankemyer with baby son and her sister, Miss Lizzie Krause, and Mrs. Samuel Gerlach were Neillsville visitors Monday.
Mrs. Gusta Breed went to Neillsville Monday and stayed until Wednesday with her friend Mrs. Frances Woodward.
Mrs. Gusta Breed received a handsome assortment of cut flowers last week from a sister residing in Waukegan, Ill.
Mrs. Frank Rogers and son went to Nekoosa, Wednesday morning where they will visit Mr. Roger’s sister who resides there.
Mr. and Mrs. Davies and little daughter came down from Minneapolis Saturday and made an over Sunday visit at Wm. Zorn’s.
All kind of silverware, fancy china and other articles for birthday and wedding presents at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Miss Mary Scholtz after a several weeks visit here between the Richard and Will Kurth homes went home to Milwaukee, Saturday.
Mrs. Paul Hempe after a several weeks visit here at Otto Neitzel’s, the parental home, returned to her home at Milwaukee, Saturday.
Old Daddy Stork called on Mrs. Herman Schoengarth last Saturday morning and left her a fine baby girl. Mother and baby are well. They are at the Doc Rath home.
A dance will be given at the Chili Opera House Saturday evening, October 14th; Music by the Gebhardt Orchestra. Everybody welcome!
Miss Theresa Lautenbach after a three weeks absence at Milwaukee and other state points passed through here Monday evening on her way home to Neillsville.
Mrs. Wm. Schlinsog drove in Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Konshak and sister, Miss Bertha Worchel who took the afternoon train on their way to Globe for visit to their father, August Worchel.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krier of Belgium who were on their wedding trip stopped off here Friday and made an over Sunday visit at Geo. Beaver’s, leaving for Eau Claire on Monday.
If you want an alarm clock that will wake you up, get the "Cyclone." See them at Amidon’s Drug Store
The railroad over a branch of the Yellow River two miles east of Chili is being raised two feet and the track will have to be raised correspondingly for two miles in both directions of the bridge.
Quite a few from this vicinity attended the first number of the lecture course at Neillsville Tuesday evening and pronounced it as very good. There are four more numbers to be given during the coming winter.
The local lodge of the Royal Neighbors and M. W. A. entertained about 15 members of Chili at the opera house Wednesday evening. A supper was served by the ladies after the meeting.
Get your eye glasses at Amidon’s Drug Store
Henry Hillert who is here from Plymouth visiting among relatives, in company with his brother Gottlieb and niece Miss Emma, who is Dave’s daughter, went to Stratford Tuesday for a couple days visit at Louis Garbush’s.
Mrs. L. G. Morris who underwent an operation for appendicitis at Marshfield Hospital last week Thursday is reported as doing nicely and if no complications set in she will be able to leave the hospital within a short time.
For Sale - a 2-year-old Holstein registered bull; See Fred Wright, Granton, R. 1
In our last week’s issue we spoke of an apple that was raised by Tom Wage and which measured 14 inches. Since then this record has been beaten. W. D. Rose brought to our office two apples raised on his farm that measure 14 ½ and 14 ¾ inches respectively. Geo. Beaver has in his place of business one raised by Mike Grasser that has 15 inches to its credit. But the largest apple we have ever seen was brought to our office, Wednesday morning by Jap Spry which has a circumference of exactly 16 inches.
The farmers in this section of the country are very much handicapped in doing their fall plowing, cutting the remaining corn and digging potatoes on account of the very wet season. Unless we have considerable dry weather from now on and a late fall, we fear that much of the fall work will have to be left undone.
Lost - a red and white heifer calf about 6 months old, which left my enclosures 3 weeks ago. Anyone knowing of its whereabouts please notify, Herman Portz, Chili, Wis.
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