News: Heathville (31 Jan 1913)


Surnames: Patno, Brooks, Lautenbach, Davis, Dankemyer, Eibert, Drake, Knoll, Brown, Ives, Weigel, Zorn, Gerrits, Smith


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  01/31/1913


Mr. and Mrs. John Patno visited at the George Ives home Friday.


Now that George Brooks has fallen heir to a million dollars, the alcohol sling will be replace by a champagne cocktail.


Julius Lautenbach pressed hay for Sherman Davis, Fred Dankemyer and Ruddie Eibert last week.  Julius is an honest sort of a jigger and we are wondering what makes his nose so red.


Wellie Davis and another Norwegian with the name of Walter Drake hunted rabbits last Sunday.


Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Knoll visited at the Sherman Davis home last Sunday.


Mrs. and Mrs. Herman Weigel of Marshfield are visiting with friends and relatives here since Saturday.  Mr. Weigel operated a cheese factory at Levis last summer.


This week we are batching it, our better half has gone to Marshfield on a visit, and our main diet will be doughnuts providing we can get some old woman with one tooth to bit the holes into them.


W.E. Zorn transacted business at Granton last week.


Ruddie Eibert is home from the camp at Park Falls.


Hank Gerrits, a well-known Turk, is about to leave this country for Turkey to help his native brethren in the Balkan struggle.


W.W. Smith, who is known as a late riser, got out of bed late one forenoon.  Thinking that the world was turned around, he started for the wood shed to milk his cows.



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