News: Heathville (11 Feb 1910)

Contact:Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Madler, Sanger, Davis, Kempin, Ives, Maluge, Martin, Drake, Grottke, Guk


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) February 11, 1910


Heathville (11 February 1910)


Wonder how it feels when a young man gets kicked almost out of a cutter.


Joe Madler has returned from Wausau where he had a logging job.  He is now making his home with his brother Pete.  It’s quite a ways to go, Joe.


Chas. Sanger of Rockham, S. D., reports robins and crows to be plentiful there at this time of the year.  He will commence seeding next month. Chas. is a well known Wisconsin boy but now the hairs in his face have got the start of him.  Well where there is hair, there is money.


Well again we’ll say Willie Davis ain’t got so far to go.


Otto Kempin is going to be married in the spring to a well known lady of Lynn.


A few sharp shooters wanted in U. S. Navy.  Inquire at Granton.


George Ives went to Marshfield on Monday to spend a few days with his daughter Grace Maluge.


John Madler bought a little pig on Saturday of last week.   It was taken over to a neighbor, stabbed and bled to death in a few minutes after.  The boys all gathered around.  Prost


Seth Martin of Washington made a will to the effect that his remains should be taken to Wisconsin (Chili) after his spirit departs from his body.


Nathan Drake will return from Washington some time next month.  Come on Nate you’re welcome.


Notices have been posted in the Town of Fremont to prohibit all public gatherings on account of small pox.  School districts No. 2 and 6 have been closed.  God bless the thoughtfulness of our health department.


Wm and Henry Grottke have returned from the woods, Bill and Chas Guk are also at home.



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