News: Kurth (8 Apr 1910)

Contact:Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Riedel, Kier, Ayers, Kelpin, Riedel, Schwartz, Schoengarth, Gluch


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) April 8, 1910


Kurth (8 April 1910)


Miss Laura Riedel returned to the State Hospital at Oshkosh Monday to resume her work there after a week’s visit at home.


The North Star creamery has been converted into a cheese factory and will begin operations next week.


Mrs. Fred Kier and children spent Friday at Neillsville.


Bert Ayers left for Dakota last week to join his wife who spent the winter there.


Charley Kelpin is working for Aug. Riedel.


Mrs. L. L. Ayers spent Friday and Saturday at Neillsville.


Mrs. F. D. Riedel went to Greenwood Saturday for an over Sunday visit at her nephew’s Albert Schwartz’s.


Gust Schoengarth moved his household goods to Neillsville Tuesday and the same day went to Sheboygan after his wife who on account of poor health will spend the summer at Neillsville with the younger children, while Gust and the two older boys go to his claim near Glendive, Montana.


Ernest Ayers and Dan Gluch delivered calves at Granton Tuesday.


Somebody went into the schoolhouse some time between Thursday of last week and Monday and helped themselves to what pleased them.  Those parties had better not attempt to do anything of the kind again as they are known and will get into trouble.




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