News: Granton (18 Oct. 1912)
Surnames: Neinas, Davis, Soles, Schlinsog, Hasz, Reiff, Sandman, Riedel, Lee, Campbell, Irwin, Weber, Wehe, Toptine, Bollum, Hart, Wood, Rausch, Lustig, Garbush, Kintzele, Root, Hubing, Hayden, Winters, Coil, Carter, Vine, Hohenstein, Schwantes, Frank, Mason, Osgood, Dix, Charles, Doughty, Heisler, Krumrey, Balch, Tompkins, Wenzel, Johnson, Gotter, Anthony, Kimball, Wiehrman, Lawson, Sternitzky, Ure, Nonhof, Cooper, Page, Lapp, Finnegan, Schoengarth, Lautenbach, Williams, Brown, Bill, Plauel, North, Lowe, Marsh, Lastofka, Knorr, Beeckler, Daughhetee, Hillert, Huff, Gerzemehle, Mills, Babcock, Schroeder, Hommel, Blodgett
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) Friday, 18 Oct. 1912
Mrs. Chas. Neinas spent last Friday with relatives at Marshfield.
Mrs. Romanzo Davis was a Marshfield visitor, Monday.
Ed. Soles is home from the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital since Saturday.
Wm. Schlinsog made a, business trip to Neillsville Tuesday.
Born to Rev. and Mrs. Hasz a baby boy Tuesday morning.
Mrs. J. Reiff is visiting relatives at Wausau since last week.
Mr. Sandman of Oshkosh made a week end visit here at the F. D. Riedel home.
Mr. and Mrs. Vint Lee are spending a several weeks vacation at the T. F. Lee home.
For Sale: Pure bred Indian Runner Ducks and Bronze Turkies. Earl Campbell, Granton R. 1.
Howard Irwin of Kilbourn is a guest at the T. F. Lee home since Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bern hard Weber of Oilman, Ill., are visiting at Bonie Wehe's in York since Monday.
Geo. Toptine left on Monday for a several weeks visit with friends and relatives in Richland and Vernon counties.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bollom and little son of Osseo spent the first of the week here at the Fred Hart home.
For Sale. My house and ground and 35 acres in town of Lynn. Mrs. Augusta Riedel.
Frank Wood's school was closed all last week and he was at home assisting in the care of his mother.
Chas. Rausch after a week’s visit at the John Dietrich home returned to Marshfield, Monday.
Mrs. Otto Lustig spent Wed. with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Neinas at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital. She is Mrs. Neinas' sister.
Mrs. Dave Garbush went to Plymouth, Wednesday.
Big bargains on all kinds of shoes at Witte's.
Mrs. Fred Hart and son Kenneth spent Saturday at Humbird.
John Kintzele is on a timber cruise in Vilas County since yesterday.
Mrs. Frank Root of Rudolph Sundayed here with her mother, Mrs. Nick Hubing.
Mrs. Chas. Hayden came over from Chili Saturday to visit at her son Louis'.
Miss Ida Winters went to Milwaukee Monday. She may spend the winter there.
Mrs. Lee and little son came up from Merrillan Saturday and made an over Sunday visit at the Louis Hayden home.
Mrs. Almira Coil came home Saturday from a weeks visit at Mrs. Chas. Hayden's in Chili.
Henry Carter accompanied Mrs. Arthur Vine and little son William home to Crandon, Saturday.
To come a big new lot of clothing at Witte's.
Mrs. Peter Hohenstein came over from Neillsville Monday to consult a physician about her injured left arm.
Miss Elizabeth Schwantes and Mrs. Wm Frank of Spencer came down Saturday and made an over Sunday visit at the Fred Schwantes home.
Mrs. Laura Mason with her little grandson Almond Osgood drove down and visited at the John Charles home near Neillsville last Saturday.
Mrs. Edward Dix and daughter Winifred and Miss Wenzel of Withee after a weeks visit at Ernest Lee's went home Wednesday, Mrs. Lee accompanying them as far as Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Doughty came up from Rudolph Saturday to spend Sunday at the Charles Heisler home. Jerry went back Monday, but his wife, owing to her sister Miss Amanda's injuries, remained for a longer visit.
Fidelity best oil on earth at Hart's.
Big lot factory shipment $2.50 men's pants for a few days at $1.98 a pair.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Krumrey and Mrs. R. W. Balch autoed through here, Tuesday.
J. M. Tompkins went to Rice rake Saturday and made an over Sunday visit at her son Fred's.
Mrs. Anthony Wenzel came over from Neillsville Saturday and spent a couple days with Mrs. Eva Canfield.
Fred Garbush bought the Art Johnson farm in York, formerly owned by Wm. Anthony, last Wed.
Many farmers are enjoying this fine weather and cutting and curing fresh clover hay.
Miss Lenore Gotter went to Random Lake last week Thursday to spend some time with her brother Ferdinand and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Campbell made a week end visit between Humbird, Alma Center and Black River Falls.
Miss Emma Kimball went to St. Paul last Saturday for a ten day’s visit with her sister Miss Gertrude Kimball.
Mrs. H. Wiehrman came up from Waldo last week Wednesday and remained until to-day, a guest at the Henry Lawson home.
Messrs Ernest and Henry Sternitzky and John Ure transacted business at the county seat on Monday.
D. H. Nonhof went to Baldwin Saturday to spend the winter with a daughter and other relatives.
Mrs. Cooper of Neillsville spent Wednesday with Mrs. W. S. Davis and attended the funeral of the late Mrs. W. W. Page.
Mrs. Lapp came over from Neillsville Wednesday to attend Mrs. Page's funeral and was the guest of Mrs. James Finnegan.
For Sale: About 4 acres of corn in shock, or husked on Riley farm on Sec. 25, town of Lynn. Communicate with O. W. Schoengarth, Neillsville.
Hedwig Lautenbach came home on Monday from a couple week’s visit with relatives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Mrs. H. E. Williams went to Neillsville Saturday and made an over Sunday visit at Mrs. Laura Brown's.
Mrs. Henry Neinas of Marshfield came over Sunday and remained until Tuesday afternoon assisting in the care of her sister Mrs. Thos. Bill at the Louis Plauel home.
A 10 pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Bill at the Louis Plauel home Sunday morning. Mother and babe are doing nicely.
Herman North, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lowe, Mrs. Will Marsh and Mrs. Laura Brown autoed over from Neillsville Tuesday and whiled away a little time with Granton friends.
I will ship cattle, calves and hogs from Granton and Neillsville October 21 and 22. M. Lastofka.
Mrs. A. J. Knorr, her daughter Shirley, Miss Vera Beeckler, Mrs. Otto Garbush, E. A. Beeckler, J. B. Daughhetee, Rella Osgood, Dave Hillert and Ray Huff were Neillsville callers Saturday.
Mrs. Gerzemehle, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Campbell and Mrs. W. E. Campbell spent Thursday with friends at Marshfield.
"Our Village Postmaster" a rural comedy drama will be produced at the Granton opera house Saturday, October 26th. Mr. Mills who plays the postmaster is supported by a very capable company who will furnish specialties between acts. Tickets on sale at Knorr-Rausch Hdw. Co.'s store. Adv.
Chas. Babcock who recently returned from the Dakota harvest fields spent several days this week here at the Ed. Schroeder home. He reports his mother who is over 80 years old to be very feeble at present.
Manager Hommel has booked "The Divorce Question" for the Grand opera house on Oct. 28. This show is put out by the same company which owns "The Rosary" and "The Shepherd of the Hills" companies which fact should assure them of a large house.—Neillsville Times
Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott Davis went to Edgerton and Fort Atkinson on a combination business and pleasure trip. They returned Monday morning.
We have seen runaway horses and runaway kids, but last Monday saw the first runaway automobile. It was Chas. Blodgetts' big Pierce-Arrow touring car which was left standing in front of the Forest House and in the absence of its owner took a notion to run down the steep hill toward the Omaha depot, and ended up in the ditch before it had run 100 feet. With the aid of a few bystanders Blodgett was able to push the car from its awkward position and proceed to Marshfield. He stated that the brakes had not been set and no doubt a gust of wind got the car into motion. Luckily no damage was done, but had the car followed the straight course to the depot there is no telling as to what the consequences would have been.
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