News: Granton Locals #1 (9 Mar 1917)




Surnames: Lowe, Downer, Krause, Schroeder, Rausch, Reinehardt, Hill, Schune, Rhead, Beil, Schlinsog, Palmer, MacPherson,


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/09/1917


Jesse Lowe was over from Neillsville on business on Tuesday.


Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downer moved to their sugar bush home last Tuesday and have temporarily closed their home here in the village.


Miss Amelia Krause entertained the young folks club at a party one night the first of the week at the Ed Schroeder home.


Dan Rausch, T.J. Rinehardt, D. Hill, Adolph Schune and Will Rhead were at Neillsville on business Tuesday.


Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Beil and their three children came over from Chili Sunday on a visit to her paretns, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schlinsog Sr., and returned home Monday afternoon.


Glen Palmer, who has been here from Detroit, Mich. since early in January visiting his brother Dan and family, expects to return to Detroit next month.


Milton MacPherson, who suffered a terrible ax cut in his left knee some two weeks ago, when his fellow wood cutter accidentally struck him instead of the tree, after a week’s stay here at the Eagle Hotel under the doctor’s care and his mother always beside him, had infection set in last Saturday, necessitating his being removed to Sacred Heart Hospital at Eau Claire.  His mother accompanied him and it is to be hoped he may get the help there necessary to save the limb from amputation.  Milton is a member of Co. A. of the 3rd Regiment just lately home from San Antonio, Texas.




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