News: Granton Locals #2 (22 Jun 1917)
Surnames: Amidon, Pautz, Witte, Gandt, Griebish, Kurth, Billie, Sires, Glendale, Frank, Breseman, Davis, Martin, Jordan, Payne, Schuelke, Billy, Anthony, Schroeder, Palmatier, Johnson, McClaflin, Riedel, Kohl, Brooks, Norman, Creviston, Paulson, Gaffert, Hasz, Zanow, Rausch, Wonser, Knorr, Baer, Thomas, Waterman, Kimball, Smith, Kier
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/22/1917
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Amidon and children of Melrose are guests of his brother, G.E. Amidon and family here since Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pautz and baby came from Ixonia last Saturday and remained until Tuesday, guests in the H.C. Witte home.
Mrs. Gandt of Marshfield and Mr. Griebish of Milwaukee are here visiting the Richard Kurth family since last Friday.
Mike Billie of the town of Lynn was in with his little daughter Saturday to have medical attention for the little lady’s bad eye.
Mrs. Lee Sires and son Leland Glendale, with Mrs. J. Frank and son Gerald, all of Altoona, arrived here Saturday on a visit to the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Breseman.
Mrs. Homer Davis and son Harold of Osseo accompanied Mrs. Mahaley Martin home from that place last Saturday and visited at the Loyal Jordan home until Tuesday.
Mrs. Henry Payne, her sons Gordon and Ralph, with her sister Miss Amanda Schuelke, after a week’s visit here with home folks, left for Milwaukee and the former’s home there Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mile Billy took their little daughter to Marshfield Wednesday that they might have the advice of an eye specialist on the condition of the child’s eye.
Mr. E.A. Beeckler went to Spencer yesterday in response to news that she had a tiny four pound granddaughter at the Earl Pickett home since Wednesday. Her daughter Bessie and Haidee accompanied her as far as Marshfield.
E.L. Anthony went home to Weyauwega Friday and returned the next day to look after the work at the E.A. Schroeder farm during Mr. Schroeder’s absence.
Mrs. Kettie Palmatier, after a 10 month stay as a patient in a hospital for tubercular patients at Kalamazoo, Mich., arrived here Monday evening, accompanied by her sister Miss Elizabeth Johnson, a stenographer from Hinsdale, Ill., on a visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Johnson of Route 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Rice Davis autoed to Arpin last Friday and returned on Sunday, accompanied their daughter, Mrs. Gardner McClaflin. Rice is enjoying an enforced vacation since last week Tuesday when through a fall upon the street where he was engaged in labor with the cement walk crew, he suffered a broken rib and minor injuries.
Mrs. Augusta Riedel, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Lorenz Kohl, came home from Marshfield last Thursday and returned to the city again that day. Mrs. Riedel has since Monday been a patient in St. Joseph’s Hospital there, where on Tuesday she was operated on for relief from gall stones, from which malady she has long been a patient sufferer, and we are glad to say that she is at this writing, reported as doing very nicely.
Irvin Brooks went to Milwaukee Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Norman and get acquainted with his little grandson Brooks Norman, born there last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Rice Davis and Mrs. Gardner McClaflin autoed to Humbird Monday and were accompanied home that night by Mrs. Sadie Creviston and son Orville, who visited here until Thursday when they went home to Arpin with Mrs. McClaflin.
Clifton Paulson left for Cottonwood, S.D. last week Wednesday for an extended stay on his dad’s ranch there with the Frank Furgeson family.
Rev. Rudolph Geffert of Concordia Seminary at St. Louis, Mo., a nephew of Rev. Hasz’s, is here and will occupy the pulpit in the Mapleworks German Lutheran Church on Sunday.
Gerhardt Hasz is home form the Lutheran Seminary at Milwaukee since Wednesday. Another student, one Paul Zanow of that city accompanied him home and is as yet visiting at the Hasz home.
The Mesdames D.S. Rausch, E.R. Wonser, A.J. Knorr, W.S. Davis, E.A. Beeckler, Hale Davis, R.T. Washburn, F.J. Baer, F.S. Thomas and Clark Waterman, with the Misses Pearl, Bessie and Haidee Beeckler, Emma Kimball autoed to Neillsville and attended the O.E.S. party Tuesday.
Mrs. Geo. Smith of Marshfield, accompanied by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Frances Smith, and the latter’s little daughter Elinor, of Missoula, Mont., came Sunday and visited relatives int eh Fred Kier home on Route 3, until Monday afternoon.
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