News: Sauerkraut City (2 Jun 1911)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Eide, Grottke, Wagner, Reisner, Neinas, Stecher, Dopp, Fenske, Hefte, Lustig


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) June 2, 1911


Sauerkraut City (2 June 1910)


Harry Eide changed nets with his factory up north so it will be more convenient for boats.


H. Grottke returned home from Tripoli where he has spent the lat three months.


Wm. Wagner is at the county board this week.


Fred and Henry Grottke and Alfred Reisner attended the show at Granton Sunday night.


Miss Emma Neinas visited at Neillsville from Saturday till Monday.


Eric and Frank Stecher were out with their pacer Monday.


Clara and Adlena Neinas visited at their aunt’s at Marshfield the fore part of the week.


Fred Dopp made a business trip to Marshfield Monday.


I hear some talk of Harry Eide buying a balky horse. That is the kind for him, he can not only make a balky horse work, but he can make a balking man work.


Quite a number from here were at the program at Chili and Decoration Day.  You should have been there!


Albert Fenske left for Menasha Tuesday night to see his son Gust, who is not expected to live.


John Hafte seems to be on our streets quite often.  Wonder what is coaxing him?


Ernest Neinas has his horse yet.  If you would like to use him, call at his farm most any time.


Say you auto riders if you want a good road just come this way. What make them good are a team and a road drag.


Mrs. Anna Lustig visited at E. Neinas’ Wednesday.



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