News: Granton #2 (9 Jan
Surnames: Baer, Becker, Beeckler, Beil,
Bergeman, Bentz, Bointz, Carter, Daughhetee, Davis, Doughty, Foote, Forest,
Fredericks, Frei, Gall, Garbisch, Gereke,
Gerlach, Gibson, Greeler, Hammler, Houseley, Howard, Hrasky, Huckstead, Huntley,
Johnson, Jordan, Kempine, Krause, Kuechenmeister, Lawrence, Lastofka, Lowery, Major,
Marg, Marsh, Marx, Moh, Morris, Neinas,
Petznick, Raymond, Rhines, Riedel, Roder, Rounseville, Schlinsog, Schoengarth,
Schwantes, Stecker, Thiede, Turner, Valleau, Varney, Vine, Wage, Wagner, Weeks, Wegner,
Wilson, Wittke, Wood, Worchel
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/09/1914
Gus Bergeman went to Fenwood Tuesday to visit his dad.
Frank Bointz and Peter Roder of Chili were in town Tuesday.
E.A. Beeckler transacted business at Neillsville, Monday.
Steve Hrasky left for Minnesota last Monday.
Loyal Jordan still goes on crutches as the result of his runaway during the holiday
I will ship cattle, calves and hogs from Granton and Neillsville, January 12 and
12. M. Lastofka.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Lynn Telephone Co. will be held at
Granton January 17 at 1 I o'clock in the afternoon.
Mrs. Varney of Columbia is visiting at Erwin Brooks' since
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frei attended the funeral of an old friend at Columbia,
Dave Rhines of County Farm corners is home since Tuesday from his visit with Sheboygan
Walter Krause, Otto Becker, F. Schwantes and Gustave Marg went to Milwaukee Tuesday
night to attend the cheese makers' convention.
August Hammler entertained a number of friends at party New Years Eve.
Herman Wegner and family have vacated the hotel and taken up their residence in their
home just south of the post office, since New Years.
Paul Wagner after a 2 weeks visit at his uncle Herman G. Riedel's
went home to Neillsville, Tuesday.
Miss Margareth Thiede returned to her studies at Woodville, Ohio, on
Mrs. Ralph Doughty after an extended visit in the Albert Gall home in the town of
Sherwood returned to Milwaukee Tuesday night.
Mrs. Wm. Foote of Langdon, N. Dak. With her little niece and nephew whom she has in
charge are spending the week with relatives at Neillsville.
Lyle and Lester Carter came down from Crandon with their uncle Arthur Vine and helped
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vine Sr. celebrate their golden wedding, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bentz and baby of Wausau spent Monday here with her cousin Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. August Kempine of Chili were guests in the Chas. Neinas home,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Petznick and niece Elda Petznick spent Wednesday with old Shawano
neighbors at Stratford.
Miss Dollie Wood of Appleton who has been visiting old friends at Neillsville is here
with the Baers for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Garbisch duly observed their birthdays which fell due January
1st by entertaining a goodly number of their neighbors and friends at a
party on New Years Day. The occasion was
greatly enjoyed by all present.
Mrs. Wm. Schlinsog came home Wednesday after a two weeks stay with her daughter Mrs.
Adolph Beil in Chili.
The Misses Maria and Ora Davis came home on Wednesday from their visit at Loyal,
Greenwood and Marshfield.
Mrs. Chas. Greeler and son Irwin came home Wednesday from a couple weeks visit between
Colby, Unity and Spencer.
The well known Stecker orchestra from Appleton will give a dance and concert at the
opera house here tomorrow night. Everybody
invited. The Forest House will serve the
midnight supper at 50c per couple.
Arnold Worchel and Vernie Howard went to Cayuga Tuesday night where they have
employment in a lumber camp.
All Furs, Coats, Suits, Dresses and Skirts must be sold. The very low prices at which we offer these garments
will surely loosen your purse strings. Sale ends January 15. W.J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.
Mrs. S.W. Rounseville after 8 weeks absence and illness in the hospital at Marshfield
returned from there last Friday. She is
still very weak, though her condition is much improved.
FOR SALE - A five months old mare colt. Loyal Jordan, Granton R. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vine Sr. of Crandon enjoyed the celebration of their Golden wedding
Wednesday here at the Arlo Huckstead home.
Mr. Vine was the first town chairman of this town and held that office many years in
succession. And it was with much joy and
pleasure their old neighbors and friends met with them on this occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Vine are the parents of seven
children all of whom with their families were here in attendance at this big
celebration. Their children
are: Mrs. Major of Michigan, Arthur of
Crandon, Mrs. Henry Carter, Mrs. Arlo Huckstead and Fred, George and Frank, all of this
F.T. Weeks, Dentist, officer over Snyder's Store,
Fernand Johnson, W.J. Gerlach, Will Lowery, J.B. Daughhetee, Mrs. Hale Davis and Son
Robert were Neillsville visitors Tuesday.
Dr. Houseley of Chili was here between trains on Wednesday.
Mrs. Tom Gibson of Chili was in town Wednesday.
Mrs. Herman Schoengarth has been on the sick list since last week.
Delos Raymond is having an outside entrance made to the rooms on the second floor of
his residence and an outside stairway erected.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilson of town York are
home a week since from their visit in Sheboygan Co.
S. Gereke and family moved over from Neillsville Friday and took possession of the
Forest House which they have rented. Mr.
Wegner remains in possession of the saloon this month only. After February 1st Otto Wittke, Mr.
Gereke's son-in-law will run the saloon.
Mrs. Lyman Turner and her 3 children came from Thurston, Nebr., and joined Mr. Turner
here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Turner formerly
lived hereabouts and are here now to establish permanent residence on their late
purchased farm, the Fred Marx parcel near Loyal. They say Old Wisconsin is the state for them from this
We are in receipt of news to the effect that Miss Margareth Riedel who has for 10 years
past run a dress making shop at Ashland has entered the matrimonial ranks since Dec. 3,
1913 when at Minneapolis, she and Mr. Wm. E. Valleau were joined in the hold bonds of
matrimony at the residence of their mutual friends Mr. and Mrs. Fredericks of that
city. The groom is a bookkeeper and sales
man for the Parsons Cigar Factory of Ashland and well qualified to care for the worthy
bride he has won. The many friends of the
bride join with the News in whishing her a
happy married life.
Geo. Huntley visited his daughter Mrs. R.E. Lawrence at the Marshfield hospital
T.D. Wage went to Marshfield Wednesday to pay his taxes and look after his property
Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Bergeman and children spent Thursday at Marshfield.
Miss Selma Kuechenmeister after a couple months visit at home returned to Stevens
Jessie Morris of St. Paul is visiting friends here since Tuesday.
Little Mata Moh is under the doctor's care since Tuesday. She is suffering with pneumonia.
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