News: Granton Locals #2 (27 Apr 1917)
Surnames: Rask, Morris, Hales, Phipps, Rausch, Breseman, Kempin, Billy, Scharf, Gerber, Ferrell, Hungerford, Davis, Schlinsog, Waterman, Beeckler, Goeden, Williams, Beaver, Crandall, Riedel, Williams, Braatz, Devos, Dixon, Lastofka, Carter, Puetz, Hubing, Trimberger, Ross, Sternitzky, Keller, Wiesner, Haltaufderheide, Osgood, Machel, Furgeson, Knoll, Mallory, Prange, Johnson, Handke, Rose, Rath, Schoengarth, Roehl, Fraser, Beardsley, Viergutz, Wallace, Kuechenmeister, Slocomb, Schaefer, Hirsch, Wilke, Albaugh, Kimball, Bashford, Palmatier, Canfield, benedict, Whitcomb, Rowe, Schier, Stewart, Hemp, Jahr, Kurth, Wilding, Toptine, Sweet, Baker, Garbush, Kidd, Richter, Mellen, Thayer, Jackisch, Cook, Zeliff, Grosneck, Zickert
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/27/1917
Marie Rask of Altoona visited Margaret Morris Saturday afternoon.
Harry Hales is home from Madison since Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phipps were Neillsville visitors Monday.
D.S. Rausch went to Milwaukee Monday on business.
Mrs. Jake Breseman of Marshfield was here between trains on Monday.
Miss anna Kempin spent Sunday with home folks at Chili.
Mike Billy was a county seat visitor on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Scharf and daughter Nina were Neillsville visitors on Monday.
Fred gerber was a county seat visitor on Tuesday.
Mrs. Ferrell was here from Chili Saturday.
Mrs. N.L. Hungerford came over from Nasonville Sunday and is visiting at Frank Davis’ since.
Mrs. H.F. Schlinsog and daughter Violet were Neillsville visiotrs Saturday.
Carl Waterman and family of Chili spent Sunday here with relatives in the E.A. Beeckler home.
Mrs. Wm. Goeden of Neillsville spent Tuesday here with Mrs. Geo. Beaver.
Mrs. Dave Williams came over from Neillsville Tuesday for a visit at E.W. Carndall’s.
Mrs. Anna Riedel, after a several days stay at her brother Chas. Riedel’s in Lynn, went home to Neillsville Saturday.
Joe Williams of Eau Claire called on old friends here Saturday afternoon and did some shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Braatz went to Wausau Saturday on a visit to relatives.
Mrs. A.L. Devos of Neillsville visited her sister, Mrs. Ernest Dixon, Saturday.
The Misses Mabel Lastofka and Marie Carter of Neillsville called on town friends on Saturday.
John Puetz of Belgium is here visiting his daughter Mrs. Mary Hubing since last week Thursday.
Mrs. John Trimberger entertained ten lady friends at a quilting last week Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. H.L. Ross and daughter Dorothea spent Wednesday at Chili.
Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Devos spent Wednesday here with the E. Dixon family.
Mrs. Leo Sternitzky and her sister-in-law Miss Lulu Sternitzky spent Saturday with relatives at Marshfield.
The Misses Bertha Barth and Verna Keller spent Sunday with relatives at Chili.
Miss Ottilie Wiesner came home from Marshfield Saturday for an over Sunday visit with home folk.
Chas. Haltaufderheide and Gene Osgood were county seat visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Arthur Kuth is home from her visit at Unity two weeks since.
Robert Machel came home from Phillips two weeks since.
Miss Esther Furgeson, who has been very ill, is at this writing well on the mend.
Miss Della Knoll came over from Neillsville and spent Sunday with home folks.
Rev. Wilson Mallory left fro Unity and Stevens Point Friday on an over Sunday trip.
Aug. H. Riedel, Emil Prange and Oscar Johnson were Neillsville visitiors aon Friday.
Gus Handke was a Neillsville visitor on Wednesday.
W.D. Rose spent Sunday with Mrs. Rose at the Eau Claire Hospital.
Mrs. Rath and Mrs. H. Schoengarth were Marshfield visitors on Thursday.
Frank Roehl left for Dubuque Friday. He has a good position offered him there.
Geo. Fraser and son Beaufort left for St. Louis Friday on a several days visit to Mrs. Fraser and Wilbur.
A.W. Hales was called to Spencer, Iowa last Saturday by the alarming illness of a brother residing there.
Mrs. Otis Beardsley and children are at Neillsville on a several days visit among relatives since Monday.
A.W. Hales came home from New Richmond Saturday morning and left for Spencer, Iowa that evening.
Miss Rose Viergutz, having served her apprenticeship at dress making in Neillsville, is home since Saturday, a full-fledged dress maker.
Chas. Wallace of Stevens Point came Saturday and made a short visit among relatives, leaving for home Sunday morning.
Mrs. Clemens Kuechenmeister and Mrs. Otis Slocomb spent Saturday with Mrs. Wm. Schaefer, Wm. West Sr. and Mrs. Hirsch at Marshfield.
The Misses Clara Wilke, Ruth Albaugh, Gertrude Davis, Hilary Ross and Emma Kimball were Neillsville visitors on Saturday.
The Misses Edna Bashford and Gretchen Palmatier entertained some 30 of their young friends at a party at Mrs. Eva Canfield’s Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Davis of Marshfield came over Sunday for a short visit with relatives in York. W.E. Benedict drove in to meet them that morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whitcomb are taking up residence on the Walter Rowe farm where he has employment for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilke and Miss Eva Wegner went to Neillsville Saturday evening and made an over Sunday visiting among relatives.
Miss Lydia Schier came home from Whitehall Saturday and will spend the summer with her parents on Route 4.
Frant Osgood, who has been considerably under the weather for several weeks past, had Dr. Schwarz over from Humbird on a professional call Sunday night. Mr. Osgood is still confined to his bed.
W.D. Stewart and son James of Spokeville, with the former’s brother Jack Stewart, left for Edmonton, Canada Tuesday evening on an extended business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Breseman, who accompanied Mrs. Robert Gotter and baby Laverne to Rozellville last week, are home since Thursday evening of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hemp and their two children spent Thursday afternoon of last week here with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jahr.
Mrs. Robert Kurth and Mrs. Geo. Wilding were over from Neillsville last week Thursday and helped Mrs. Fred Handke of Route 1 celebrate her birthday.
Mrs. Newton Toptine and daughter Hildegard of Neillsville are guests in the Geo. Toptine home on Route 4 since a week ago Monday.
Gurney Sweet, who is employed at James Baker’s, took Tuesday afternoon of and visited his father John Sweet at Chili. Mr. Sweet gets about the house some with the aid of crutches.
Adolph Garbush and Mrs. Fred Garbush were over from Neillsville Friday and attended the funeral of his grandmother Mrs. Riedel of Lynn that day.
Wm. Schaefer spent Saturday with his wife at the Marshfield Hospital and Miss Hilda made a like visit Monday.
Lee Kidd, formerly of this place, was married at Los Angeles, Calif., April 12th, to Miss Gladys Richter of Ventura, Calif. They will reside on Lee’s homestead at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Mellen left Los Angeles, Calif., April 19th for North Dakota where they expect to reside on a farm near Mrs. Mellen’s brothers, Charles and Byrl Kidd. All are well-known here.
Theodore Riedel, suffering with an abscess in his head, went to Eau Claire Tuesday evening to enter Sacred Heart Hospital as a patient. His brother Albert accompanied him on the trip.
Mrs. W.J. Thayer spent yesterday visiting a cousin from Unity who is ill and a patient at the Marshfield hospital.
Mrs. Robert Jackisch and the 2 children left Grandma Neitzel’s Wednesday for Milwaukee where they will visit other relatives a short tiem before continuing on home.
Mrs. J.H. Cook of Minneapolis, after a few days visit with her father Geo. Zeliff on Route 4, went home last week Thursday, leaving her three-year-old daughter Agnes to spend the summer at her Grandpa Zeliff’s under the care of the little lady’s aunt, Miss Clara Zeliff.
Mrs. Grosneck of Shawano, after a six month stay here at her son-in-law R.A. Zickert’s at York Center, continued on to Hustler Friday to visit a sister. Mrs. Grosneck also visited her sons henry and Otto of Pine Valley during her stay in this vicinity.
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