News:  Heathville (2 Jan 1914)


Surnames:  Graham, Drake, Harding, Staley, Reid, Curtis, Davis, Knoll, Schmidtke, Aatman, Happe, Rogers, Pietenpol, Allbaugh, Harding, Wendorf, Fields, Henning

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/02/1914

Mrs. R. Graham came home from Plattville last Wednesday to spend the winter here with her son John and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Nate Drake and son Earl spent Christmas at Abel Harding’s.

Wm. Staley of Phillips is visiting with his daughter here.

Wm. Reid and family will leave here soon to take up a homestead in the northern part of the state.

Lem Curtis and family, Gordon Davis and family enjoyed Christmas dinner at H.A. Knoll’s.

Nearly everybody in this vicinity has received a visit from Old King La Grippe recently, some he makes twice glad.

Gustave and Henry Schmidtke gave their mother a brand new $65 steel range for Christmas.

Mrs. J. Aatman of Cedarhurst visited at J. Graham’s Sunday.

W.R. Happe and family autoed to Marshfield, Sunday.

Ike Rogers spent Saturday night and Sunday with Heathville friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Wellie Davis spent Xmas with his parents.

Charley Graham was a caller at Field’s Sunday.

Miss Vera Pietenpol was a Heathville caller Saturday.

Sherman Davis helped his son Wellie get up a wood pile last week.

Mr. A. Allbaugh autoed to Neillsville last week and brought back his daughter Grace, and Delcie Smith who have been quite sick with the measles.

Abel Harding has a logging job to do for Mr. Wendorf of Chili.

Ruben Fields is a frequent caller at Herman Henning’s Mondays.



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