News: Granton (20 Oct 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Wage, Bladl, Viergutz, Ackerman, Witte, Kimball, Bender, Beeckler, Handt, Sanger, LaBudde, Reichert, Flint, King, Lawson, Hallock, Bartz, Youmans, Sturdevant, Davis, Breseman, Wiesner, Thiede, Marsh, Schmoll, Reed, Huckstead, Storm, Gerzemehle, Ross, Winn, Bulgrin, Barth, Dow, Melbee, Hogenson, Young, Fraser, Calkins, Morris, Toptine, Lowery, Cramer, Amidon, Holmes, Ober, Fuller, Grasser, Evans, Wonser, Jahr, Stevenson, Messing, Thompson, Hefty, Neinas, Rose, Hohenstein, Osgood, Cattanach, Barker, Worchel, Konshak, Clement, Stubbs, Lee, Finnegan, Berg, Knorr, Ebbs


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) October 20, 1911


Granton (20 October 1911)


Mrs. T. D. Wage will entertain the Circle at dinner next Wednesday.


Mrs. John Bladl spent Wednesday morning with friends at Chili.


The Misses Hattie, Rosa and Irene Viergutz spent Sunday at Ed Ackerman’s.


Just in a big lot of new graphophone records for Aereteno talking machines at Witte’s


Miss Emma Kimball made a visit among Neillsville friends, Wednesday.


H. L. Bender and son Floyd came home Wednesday from a visit to the formers old home in Richland County.


Mrs. C. E. Beeckler has resigned her commission as substitute on Rural Route No. 2.


Paul Handt is working for Will Sanger at Chili, since Sunday.


Mrs. LaBudde of Colby is here since last Friday visiting Mrs. Amelia Reichert.


Mrs. Flint who makes her home with her daughter Mrs. H. A. King is reported quite ill.


Sixty one persons from here made the round trip to Black River Falls, Sunday.


Great savings - 10% discount on all ladies ready made suits and cloaks at Witte’s up till November 16.  Samples on exhibition


Henry Lawson sold one of his farms, the old Norman Hallock 80, to Alfred Bartz, last week.


Mrs. Nettie Youmans, her daughters Miss Viola and Mrs. Clarence Sturdevant spent Thursday at W. S. Davis’.


Willie Breseman, Ed and Louis Wiesner and Avolt Thiede were visitors at Black River Falls, Wednesday.


A big assortment of plush and caracul coats $12.50 to $35.00 at W. J. Marsh D. G. Co.


Mrs. Aug. Schmoll and daughter Norma attended the funeral services for Mrs. Reed held at the Bert Huckstead home last Friday.


Mrs. Wm. Storm and Mrs. Gerzemehle went to Black River Falls last week Thursday.


Dr. P. M. Ross was a Wausau last Friday night in attendance at the physicians’ district convention.


If you are looking for Furs with a guarantee behind them, W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co. will show you the best assortment they have ever offered.


Mrs. Webb Winn came home Sunday evening from a several days visit at La Crosse.


Mrs. Gustave Bulgrin of Neenah visited at Otto Bulgrin’s in Nasonville, last week.


The Misses Minnie and Otellia Barth after a 4 weeks’ visit at their home in Nasonville returned to Milwaukee, Monday.


Mrs. H. Dow of Nasonville suffered the misfortune to break one of her lower limbs last Saturday.  Dr. Melbee of Marshfield was called to attend.


Royal Society Floss is the best embroidery cotton.  You can find any shade at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.


Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hogenson, Oris Young and Mr. and Mrs. Fraser all of Chili were Sunday guests at Geo. Fraser’s.


Clark Calkins of Sherwood took the train here Tuesday morning for Almond.  He expects to be absent two weeks.


Mrs. Levi G. Morris has so far recovered from her recent operation for appendicitis as to have come home Tuesday from the hospital at Marshfield.


Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Toptine and Mrs. Hannah Lowery all of Elk Creek arrived here Tuesday on a visit between the Toptine, Lowery and Geo. Cramer families.


A song service and Bible study will be held at the Union Church next Sunday evening. Subject: "The Sinner’s Need of Christ." All are invited to be present; leader, Gertrude Holmes


Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ober went to Arpin, Monday for a weeks visit at Rice Davis’.  Mrs. Davis, their only child is reported to be quite sick.  Mr. and Mrs. Ober are at present very well and sprightly.


Mrs. John Fuller received a card from Mrs. John Grasser of Jack Wade, Alaska last week writing from Seattle, Wash.  They are on their way south after a few weeks stay at Seattle.


For sale - one of the best hard wood eighties in Town of York; timber enough to twice pay for it.  One and one half miles to haul - see W. M. Winn, Granton, Wis.


Henry Lawson spent Monday afternoon at Marshfield.


Guy Evans of St. Paul Sundayed at the I. W. Morris’


E. R. Wonser went to Neenah Tuesday on business.


Bernhard Jahr is nursing a painful felon on his left hand.


Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson of Chili were business callers here Tuesday.


I will buy and ship potatoes. Let me know how many you have for sale. H. C. Witte


Mrs. Bertha Barth had dental work done at Marshfield Thursday.


Mrs. B. F. Frazier came home Tuesday from a two weeks visit at Freeport, Ill.


George Messing of Sherwood is reported to be in very poor health.


Mr. A. J. Thompson sold his farm in Sherwood last week and with his family move to Bailey, N. D., on Monday.


Mr. and Mrs. John Hefty of Chili were over Sunday guests of relatives here.


Chas Neinas and Geo. Rose bought quite a herd of fine looking stock at the Hohenstein auction last week.


The basket social given by the school Friday evening was a very enjoyable affair and well patronized. The evening’s receipts were $21.05 from which the rent of the hall and a few minor expenses alone are to be deducted.


Comb honey at 12c a comb at Witte’s; also pure strained honey $4.00 a gallon.


Derby the well driller has a ‘fishing’ job on his hands.  In trying to remove an old casing from a well on the Wm Storm premises he had his drilling tools stuck to sight that they have to be dug out.


Chas Osgood of Rozellville called on friends here between trains Wednesday. He reports his step-son who underwent an operation for a gathering in his hip is doing nicely at the Marshfield Hospital.


Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis and children were welcomed here last Friday.  Mrs. Davis has three children and Albert has two.  They are nicely located at Albert’s fine farm home which Mrs. Romanzo Davis had with infinite pains got in readiness for them.


Harry Cattanach and family who moved from the Albert Dais farm into the D. E. Barker house here last week Monday were followed up by the stork with a fine baby boy, Saturday.  They now have two boys.


Miss Bertha Worchel joined the Ed Konshak family and Mrs. Louis Reichert at the depot here Saturday evening and went to Eau Claire where they made an over Sunday visit.  Mrs. Reichert returning to Chili while Mr. and Mrs. Konshak and Miss Worchel continued their trip to Valley Junction, Iowa.


Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Clement and daughter Marion arrived here Saturday, from Sidney, Mont.  They will visit at George Messing’s in Sherwood, at Ernest Stubbs’ in Lynn and various other relatives before returning home.


For sale - a heater for hard coal at ½ prices, see H. C. Witte


The Mesdames Webb Winn, Ernest Lee, W. D. Rose, Ara Lee, Jas. Finnegan, Hugh Berg, A. J. Knorr, John Breseman, C. E. Beeckler and Mis Myrtle Knorr were guests of the Royal Neighbors at Neillsville Wednesday.  They report being most pleasantly entertained.


Auction Sale - at Henry Lawson’s farm, 1 mile north east of Granton, on Monday, Oct. 30, 1911 - Wm Ebbe, auctioneer




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