News: Granton Locals #2 (03 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Handt, Schune, Davis, Winter, Beeckler, Knorr, Viergutz, Hart, Jahr, Anding, Breseman, Mantey, Schmoll, Reiff, MacBride, King, Beardsley, Williams, March, Strey, Tompkins, Crandall, Morris, Neinas, Thayer, Cole, Wilke, Treichler, Rauschenberger, Braatz, Kurth, Mundt, Dopp, Farley, Hagen, Converse, Crow, Coleman, Moore, Spry, Rath, Rathke, Trimberger, Lange, Kops, Johnson, Grasser, Chandler, Stevens, Parker, Henze, Rose, Pietenpol, Sweet, Reuter, Amidon, Gerber
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/03/1917
Paul Handt autoed to Greenwood Monday.
Miss Emma Schune is home from Milwaukee since last week Thursday.
The Misses Sarah Mae and Jean Davis spent Tuesday in Neillsville.
Henry Winter unloaded 5 silos here Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. E.A. Beeckler entertained the Circle and a few friends Wednesday.
A.J. Knorr was at Wausau on business Wednesday.
Albert Viergutz was at Marshfield on business on Wednesday.
Glen hart is working for Jahr Bros. since Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rice Davis were blue berrying at Hewettville Monday enroute home from Humbird.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anding and son Verland, after a visit at Phil Breseman’s, went home on Tuesday.
Albert Mantey is making frequent trips to Marshfield to visit his son in the hospital there this week.
Mrs. Aug. Schmoll entertained the Ladies Aid of Rev. Reiff’s Parish with a number of outside friends on Wednesday.
Douglas and Lamont MacBride spent Wednesday with relatives at Neillsville.
Timothy Kin returned home from a two week visit with the Otis Beardsley family at Norway on Wednesday.
The Circle will meet with Mrs. Willis Williams Wednesday, Aug. 15 next.
Miss Ora Marsh spent Sunday at Marshfield.
Ben Strey went to Marshfield Tuesday.
Frank Tompkins is on a piano tuning trip in Jackson County.
Station agent E.W. Crandall and family are vacating the Reichert house next week and moving into the Levi Morris house, better known as the Chas. Beeckler house.
A railway carpenter crew has been here the past week repairing their sidewalks, bridges, stock yards, etc.. They have their boarding and sleeping cars here on the siding.
Arthur Neinas, Hale Davis, Perry Thayer, Leonard Cole and Chas. Wilke, in the Neinas car, autoed to Waupaca Sunday morning and spent the day with their best girls.
Will Treichler and Reinhold Rauschenberger of Milwaukee autoed up Wednesday on a visit to the Braatz and Will Kurth families.
Mrs. Annie Mundt and daughter Viorene of Chili came over Wednesday and spent the day with the Fred Dopp family.
H. Farley of Abbotsford was here on business Wednesday morning and continued on to Neillsville that noon.
Miss Josephine Thayer is assisting with the work at the store since Monday, and her father’s absence superintending the construction work on his new building.
Mrs. Gus Hagen visited Neillsville relatives the first of the week.
Mrs. Lillis Converse spent Sunday with relatives and friends at Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. King autoed to La Valle Saturday night on a visit to her folks.
Miss Alfrieda Williams is enjoying a two week vacation from her duties at the H.C. Witte Store.
Rev. Crow of this village and Rev. Coleman of Neillsville exchanged pulpits Sunday evening.
Miss Florence Moore of Ogdensburg is here, a guest of her sister Mrs. Leonard Cole since Tuesday.
Homer Spry and family have rented and moved into the Dr. Rath house on the north side of the village.
Miss Julia Rathke of Grand Rapids came Saturday and visited the John Trimberger family over Sunday.
Rev. Reiff and family and Miss Amanda Lange autoed to Wausau on Tuesday.
Crandall’s Orchestra will give a dance at Chili next week Saturday, Aug. 11th.
Mrs. Kops of Unity, after a several weeks visit at Arthur Kurth’s, went home last week Thursday.
Little Nellie Johnson is recovering very nicely from the painful abscess affecting her are two weeks ago.
Mrs. Michael Grasser and daughter Mary spent yesterday with friends at Marshfield.
Mrs. L.A. Chandler and daughter Miss Ada, after a several weeks visit at L. Stevens’, went home to Milwaukee Saturday.
Miss Meta Parker of Melrose, after a ten day visit with the Misses Lucile and Neva Henze, went home to Melrose on Tuesday.
Milton Johnson resigned his position at the Jahr Bros. store last Saturday, in preparation for moving to Lynn with his parents.
W.D. Rose returned home Wednesday morning from a several days business trip to Plymouth, Oshkosh and New Holstein.
Mrs. John Pietenpol and daughter Ruth, and Lucile Davis left for Babb, Montana today on a visit to the former’s brother, Louis Davis.
Mrs. Dave Williams drove over from Neillsville Tuesday and spent the day with her daughter, Mrs. E.W. Crandall.
Guerney Sweet, after a visit with relatives and friends here, returned to Chili on Wednesday.
Mrs. Reuter and daughter Elizabeth Rose, after a two week visit at Lew Smith’s, went home to Madison on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johnson of Marshfield, after a several days visit at the S. Rounseville’s, went home Wednesday.
The Fred hart, G.E. Amidon and Chas. Neinas families autoed to Chippewa Falls on a picnic trip on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gerber, their son Leland and daughter Natalie are leaving on an auto trip to Sheboygan County yet this week.
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