News: Granton Locals (6 Apr 1917)

 

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Surnames: Mundt, Marsh, King, Garbush, Thiel, Tompkins, Murphy, Brooks, Hagen, Breseman, Fischer, Wilding, Winn, Sneberg, Kemmeter, Prange, Dopp, Williams, Gerzemehle, Martin, Mallory, Wonser, Schaefer, Rask, Downer, Hauge, Pischer, Gerber, Chubb, Jordan, Crandall, Rose, Storm, Goebel, Deutsch, Page, Rondorf, Smith, Beeckler, Neinas, Wister, Brooks, Knorr, Sternitzky, Osgood, Lawson, Schroeder, Worchel, Reiff, Pierrelee, Cole, Angel, Bealer, Frank, Morris, Jahr, Wentworth, Hitske, Kurth, Dunn, Baer, Hayden, Beauleau, Ayers, Rose, Davis, Herriman, Epp, Bower, Marshall, Holmes, Hackbarth, Manthey, Stockwell, Rhead, Schneider, Strey, Norman, Crevecoeur, Bollom, Hart, Rand Jensen, Dyer, Sherrett, Bergeman, Kintzele, Fairweather, Neihoff, Bashford, Palmatier, Amidon, , Thiede, Kimball, Reich, Bergeman, Zille, Stallman, Brown, Cattanach, Rausch, Livingston

 

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/06/1917

 

Chas. Mundt of Chili was in town Wednesday.

 

Miss Amy Marsh vsited Chili friends Wednesday.

 

Mrs. Geo. King spent Wednesday night with her husband at Neillsville.

 

David Garbush and son Ed spent yesterday with Marshfield friends.

 

Herman Thiel of Marshfield visited old friends here Wednesday.

 

Frank Tompkins is home from the south since Sunday morning.

 

Dr. Murphy was at Marshfield on professional business Wednesday.

 

Dan Brooks went to Marshfield to get a new syrup pan on Wednesday.

 

Mrs. Gus Hagen was at Neillsville the first of the week.

 

Mrs. Jake Breseman of Marshfield was here Tuesday.

 

Mrs. Mary Fischer of Chili was here on business on Tuesday.

 

Myron E. Wilding was over from Neillsville Tuesday afternoon.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Webb Winn were Marshfield visitors on Tuesday.

 

Jos. Sneberg of Neillsville was here between trains on Sunday.

 

P.J. Kemmeter went to Milwaukee and Madison on business on Wednesday.

 

Emil Prange and Fred Dopp were Neillsville visitors on Tuesday.

 

H.E. Williams went to Green Bay on business on Monday.

 

Chris Gerzemehle returned to Owatonna, Minn. on Monday.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Seth Martin returned from Osseo on Friday.

 

Rev. Wilson Mallory left for Unity and Stevens Point on Friday.

 

Mrs. E.R. Wonser was at Neillsville on Saturday.

 

Wm. Schaefer of the Ridge was a Marshfield visitor on Tuesday.

 

Marie Rask is here from Altoona visiting Margaret Morris since Tuesday.

 

Albion Downer came home from Park Falls on Tuesday.

 

Ole Hauge of Neillsville was here on business on Tuesday.

 

Mrs. Pischer was here from Chili Friday.

 

Fred Gerber was a Neillsville visitor on Friday.

 

C.W. Chubb of Lynn called on town and Neillsville friends on Friday.

 

Station agent E.W. Crandall was at Eau Claire on business on Saturday.

 

Loyal Jordan went to Osseo on Monday and returned the next day.

 

Harold Rose enlisted in Co. A of the 3rd Regiment, on Monday.

 

Miss Frieda Storm was a Neillsville visitor on Monday.

 

Joe Goebel visited his daughter Mrs. Gus Deutsch at Neillsville on Monday.

 

Robert Garbush was a county seat visitor on Monday.

 

Remember the Firemen’s Ball Saturday night, April 14th.

 

Warren Page came up from Waupun Tuesday evening on a several days visit to home folk.

 

Wm. Rondorf left for Haven, S.D. Friday morning to visit his uncle for a couple of weeks.

 

Ray Smith of the town of Lynn and Harold Garbush of Grant were Marshfield visitors on Wednesday.

 

Miss Bessie Beeckler, after a week’s visit at home, will leave for Durand again tomorrow.

 

Chas. Neinas and Henry Winter were at Chili on business Wednesday afternoon.

 

Dan Brooks is helping with sugar and syrup making in Charlie’s sugar bush since Monday.

 

Mrs. A.J. Knorr will entertain the Circle next Wednesday.

 

Henry and Ernest Sternitzky, Eugene Osgood, Henry Lawson, Emil Prange, Norman Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Worchel, Mrs. E.A. Beeckler and daughter Bessie were Neillsville visitors Wednesday.

 

A basket social will be held by District No. 5, town of Grant, with Miss Fern Williams, teacher, at the town hall tonight.  Everybody is welcome.  The ladies will please bring baskets and extra cups as hot coffee will be served.

 

Rev. Reiff will hold services at the home church this Friday morning at 10 o’clock and Easter services Sunday morning at 10 o’clock.  He will speak at York at 2 p.m. Sunday and Easter Monday he will hold services at Pine Valley at 10 o’clock a.m.

 

Word from Mr. and Mrs. Victor Pierrelee of Ashland is to the effect that Mr. Pierrelee is little or no better and that since Wednesday he is taking mud baths at Waukesha.  Mrs. Pierrelee is with him there.

 

Leonard Cole went to Ogdensburg, Wis. on Monday to visit his best girl.

 

Mrs. D.W. Angel, after a week’s visit at Herman Bealer’s, went home to Chili on Friday.

 

Fred Frank went to Chili Monday to help his brother-in-law Will Bealer at a barn raising.

 

Mrs. L. G. Morris went to Eau Claire Tuesday.  Mr. Morris accompanied her as far as Merrillan.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jahr were over Sunday guests of relatives at Neillsville.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. King, newlyweds, arrived here from LaValle, Tuesday afternoon.

 

Mrs. Chas. Neinas and daughter Lydia and Mrs. Albion Downer were Marshfield visitors on Tuesday.

 

Victor Anthony of Weyauwega is visiting at E.A. Schroder’s since Tuesday evening.

 

Rush Wentworth, E.R. Wonser, Elmer Hitske and Arthur Kurth were Marshfield visitors on Monday.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Martin and their four children moved to Osseo Friday.  He has a good position on a farm there.

 

Mrs. Fred Dunn and son Earl of Hixton came up last week Wednesday and made an over Sunday visit at Will Rhead’s.

 

Helene Baer went to Neillsville Saturday and visited her grandma Stockwell until Tuesday.

 

Mrs. Louis Hayden and daughter Gladys were here from Merrillan between trains Friday morning.

 

Levi Morris is visiting relatives at Waukesha since Tuesday and Art Berg is carrying mail in his stead.

 

Mrs. M.F. Beauleau and nephew Claude Ayers are here from Neillsville visiting at Ernest Ayers’ since Wednesday.

 

Mrs. Geo. Rose and daughter Elva spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Campbell at Marshfield.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis visited Chili friends Wednesday and Rudolph Epp rented the Leonard Herriman farm there of Frank that day.

 

The Crandall Orchestra will give an Easter dance at Chili next Monday.  Everybody is invited.

 

John Martin of Lynn took the train here for Sheboygan Wednesday for a several weeks stay and visit.

 

The local R.N.A. had work, initiation and a big feed Wednesday afternoon.  The roads were too bad for night travel and country attendance.

 

Ernest Bower, after a 3 month stay with his sister Mrs. Ordie Marshall on route 4, went home to Beloit, Wednesday morning.

 

Mrs. A.C. Holmes of Neillsville, after a week’s visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downer at the latter’s sugar bush, went home to Neillsville on Friday.

 

Ed and Geo. Hackbarth of Janesville were here and bought up 25 head of cattle which Ed loaded at Prey and accompanied home Saturday.  Geo. went home from here on Friday.

 

Mrs. Albert Manthey went to Marshfield with her son Paul and daughter Dorothea Tuesday and saw them aboard the Soo train for Stevens Point., where they are since visiting an aunt and grandmother.

 

Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Schneider and their two children of Route 1, spent Monday afternoon with friends at Marshfield.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Strey went to Alma Center Saturday and made an over Sunday visit with relatives.

 

Mrs. Mary Norman went to Chippewa Falls last Friday and made an over Sunday visit at her son R.C. Norman’s.

 

John Prust and Oscar Neinas of Chili were here to see Ernest Crevecoeur on Monday.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Silas Delano of Humbird came Saturday a nd remained until Tuesday, visiting at Charles Bollom’s and Fred Hart’s.

 

Paris Rand came down from Greenwood last week and was accompanied home on Friday by Mrs. Dixon and her baby.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sternitzky, a groom and bride accompanied by her sister Miss Addie Jensen, were at Marshfield on Friday.

 

Miss Martha Dyer of Fond du Lac is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ezra Sherrett on Route 1 since Thursday evening of last week.

 

Master Harland Bergeman is slowly recovering from his winter’s illness and it is hoped he may again get about on crutches now.

 

Reg. of Deeds John P. Kintzele had his family moved down to Neillsville and take up residence in the Hi Hart house Monday, where all are now quite at home and easily settled.

 

Mrs. Emma Fairweather and Miss Selma Neihoff of Milwaukee came Saturday and spent the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. L.L. Rose.

 

The Misses Edna Bashford and Gretchen Palmatier returned from Loyal and Colby Saturday.  School re-opened in the Garbush District on Monday.

 

Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Amidon and daughters Elva and Lola went to Neillsville and spent Sunday with the Chas. High family.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thiede, Ed Sternitzky, Mrs. W.S. Davis and daughter Gertrude, Miss emma Kimball, Clara Reich and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bergeman were Neillsville visitors on Friday.

 

Mrs. Fred Zille, her daughter Leona and son Harold went to Fond du Lac Friday for a week’s visit and to accompany Esther and Evelyn, who are attending school there, home, tomorrow.

 

Mrs. Peter Stallman went to Camp Douglas Sunday to visit her son Arthur and his wife and more particularly to get acquainted with her little granddaughter, May Stallman.  She reports all well and happy and baby May a find child.

 

Rev. Jos. Brown of Marshfield, well-known here in his 80th year, answered the final summons at his home in that city Tuesday.  He leaves surviving him, two daughters, Mrs. M. Livingston and Miss Aggie Brown.  The funeral was held at the Presbyterian Church at Marshfield this Thursday afternoon.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Aegus Cattanach of Canada, after a two month stay at Rochester, Minn., where at the Mayo Bros. Hospital, Mr. Cattanach was a patient recovering from a serious operation, arrived here Tuesday afternoon on a visit to Mrs. John Rausch.  

 

 


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