News: Granton Locals (26 Oct 1917)


Surnames: Kramer, Goebel, Schune, Moldenhauer, Crandall, Marten, Treichler, Braatz, Witte, Reiff, Kuechenmeister, Gehres, Williams, Cranston, Handt, Riedel, Grassman, Sternitzky, Crawford, Hasz, Mortimer, Yankee, Rogers, Lange, Hahm, Reisner, Washburn, Dahlke, Koerbs, Ide, Thayer, Ross, Schram, Jens, Deutsch, Lutz, Keller, Schlinsog, Haberman, Christian, Kegler, Meyers, Nickel, Thomas, Adams, Garvart

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/26/1917

Miss Louise Kramer was a Marshfield visitor last week Thursday.

John Goebel made a business trip to Eau Claire on Tuesday.

The Adolph Schune home now has a phone.

Walter Moldenhauer and family have returned to Spirit Falls.

Mrs. E.W. Crandall was an Eau Claire visitor on Wednesday.

Mrs. A. Marten went to Chili Thursday.

Oscar Treichler of Milwaukee visited at Richard Braatz's for the weekend.

Mr. H.C. Witte entertained the ladies aid for Rev. Reiff's Parish on Wednesday.

Mrs. Carl Braatz and little daughter arrived home from Sioux City, Iowa, Tuesday afternoon.

Baby Lucile Marion Kuechenmeister is quite well again and doing nicely.

M.H. Gehres and son Lew and A.E. Williams were county seat visitors on Thursday.

Pat Cranston, Paul Handt, Aug. H. Riedel and W.S. Davis were county seat visitors on Wednesday.

H.E. Williams was a count seat visitor on Saturday.

Mrs. Fred Grassman and Miss Alfrieda Williams were Neillsville visitors on Wednesday.

Miss Lovilla Sternitzky is visiting her sister Mrs. Herman Hasz at Reedsburg, since Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Crawford of Abbotsford are visiting Mrs. Estella Mortimer in York since Wednesday.

Miss Rose Yankee of route two arrived home from her two weeks visit at Butternut and Park Falls, Tuesday evening.

Mrs. Estella Mortimer, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rogers and Mrs. Carl Lange, all of York, were Neillsville visitors on Tuesday.

Mrs. Gus Hahm arrived home on Wednesday morning after a several weeks trip in Minnesota and southern Wisconsin state points.

Miss Hazel Washburn of Lynn is a probationary nurse at the Luther Hospital in Eau Claire since last Saturday, Oct. 20th, when her call came.

Mrs. Williams, who had been visiting at W.F. Dahlke's, went home to Junction City last Saturday.

Mrs. Sophia Koerbs of Herschel, Ill., a sister of Dohia Elmhorst's in East Lynn, who was here on a visit last week, bought the NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 27-25-1W, of Cash Ide last week Thursday. Consideration was $4200.

Miss Alva Thayer, who is attending the Wis. Business University at La Crosse, writes home folk and friends that she is enjoying her work there and that for diversion every Friday evening, the girls of the W.B.U. take military training.

Mr. and Mrs. Arno Ross, Hugo Ross, and Miss Edna Sternitzky, with their relatives from Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schram and Carl Jens, autoed to Neillsville with Paul Handt and enjoyed the German Lutheran Church festival there on Sunday.

Paul Goebel went to Neillsville Tuesday on a visit to his sister Mrs. Gus Deutsch and Mrs. Henry Lutz. Paul is through, his crippled hand taking an enforced vacation just now.

Christina Keller, in failing health ever since her accident and fall in the barn early last spring, is since last week Thursday a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital at Marshfield. His son Robert accompanied him over and makes frequent visits to him there, since.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schlinsog of Long Prairie, Minn., after a 40 years absence from this vicinity, came back on a visit to his brother, August Schlinsog Sr., and other relatives in this vicinity several weeks since and left on the return trip late last week. They are visiting old friends at Omro on their way home.

Mrs. John Haberman, Mrs. Ed Christian and Willie Kegler of Waterloo, Mr. Frank Meyers of Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Nickel of Wauwatosa, henry Nickel of Waukesha, Mrs. Cars. Thoms of Reedsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Adams of Hales Corners, Milwaukee Co., and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Garvart of West Allis, Wis., arrived here Saturday in response to the news of the death of Mrs. Chas. Kuechenmeister, and while here were guests of relatives in the Louis Nickel home.





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