News: Granton Locals #2 (2 Nov 1917)


Surnames: Downer, Cranston, Handke, King, Dorst, Anding, Huntley, Witt, Thayer, Haltaufderheide, Schafer, Mallig, Pischer, Davis, Bolton, Hoffman, Osborne, Eberhardt, Hayden, Hahm, Woodward, Baer, Guk, Neinas, Curtis, Zorn, Wright, Luster, Malacole, Dixon, Devos, Gerzenpahl, Drescher, Witte, Sparks, Furgeson, Happe, Wischuelke, Boller, Preston, Keller, Ross, Williams, Sternitzky, Jensen, Deetz, Davis, Nonhof, Moldenhauer, Chapman, Campbell, Schueller, Hogenson, Weishoff, Marg, Bergeman, Altenburg, Loy, Garbush, Johnson, Snyder, Fields, Shafer, Scholtz, Bollom, Heisler, Kuechenmeister, Bauman, Riedel, Kurth, Grassman, Rath, Berg, Osgood, Benedict, Reiff, Barber, Gotter, Witte, Breseman, Owen. Lapp, Coil, Wentworth, Graves, Ellis, Stillman, High, Amidon, Rowley, Uhlman, Oesterhaus, Lawson, Agin, Schoengarth, Crandall, Barager, Huntzicker, Davis, McCann, Laskowski, Bartz, Ross, Knorr, Jordan, Yankee, Kimball, Huntley, Lawrence

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/02/1917

Mr. and Mrs. Albion Downer were at New London last week.

Scott Davis and Pat Cranston were county seat visitors on Tuesday.

Fred Handke was aa Marshfield on business, Tuesday.

Miss Nellie Dorst went to Withee on a visit to friends on Tuesday.

Mrs. Geo. King is visiting her parents at La Valle since Tuesday.

Mrs. Richard Anding and son Verland went home to Altoona on Saturday.

Will Huntley Jr. was over from Neillsville on business Saturday.

A.C.F. Witt of Lynn was a county east visitor on Friday.

Mrs. W.J. Thayer will entertain the Circle next Wednesday.

Edwin Haltaufderheide and Paul Handt were Marshfield visitors on Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Thayer were Sunday guests of the Herman and Ewald Thiede families in Grant.

Casper Schafer and son Joe of Route 4 were Neillsville visitors last Saturday.

Mrs. Mallig of Globe is visiting her daughter Mrs. Oswald Pischer since Tuesday.

Mrs. Harry Davis, after a week's visit her, went to Minneapolis to join her husband on Tuesday.

Mrs. Emma Bolton went to Rusk last Saturday on an extended visit to old friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hoffman of Route 3 were Neillsville visitors Saturday.

Miss Elsie Osborne of Neillsville is working for Mrs. Hebert Fredette in York, since Saturday.

Oscar Eberhardt was a Marshfield visitor alst week Thursday.

Chas. Hayden went to Marshfield on stau

Mrs. Gus Hahm visited Neillsville friends on Tuesday.

Mrs. Frances Woodward spent Thursday here with Mrs. Baer.

Reinhold Guk visited relatives in the Has. Neinas family Saturday.

Lem Curtiss and Wm. Zorn were county seat visitory on Wednesday.

Vernon Wright returned on Tuesday from his visit with friends at Adams and Camp Douglas.

Mrs. Louis Luster arrived here from Dixon, Ill. Monday on a viist to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Malacole of Route 4.

Mrs. Ernest Dixon and baby Donald went to Neillsville Monday on a several days visit to Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Devos.

Mrs. E. Gerzenpahl spent several days of this week with her daughter Mrs. Alfred Drescher and family in South Grant.

Miss Renatta Witte, having completed her studies at the Wausau Business College, is home from there since Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sparks of Havannah, N.D., arrived here Tuesday in response to news of his mother's death.

Fred Furgeson and Raymond Chapman have been engaged with carpenter work on the C.A. Happe barn, of late.

Wm. Wischuelke came home from a visit with the Walter Moldenhauer family at Spirit Falls, Friday evening.

Attorney A.L. Devos of Neillsville was here on professional business on Wednesday.

Mrs. W.P. Boller went to Edgar Saturday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Preston. She will also visit Fond du Lac before returning and will probably be gone 10 days.

Miss Verna Keller, with her mother Mrs. Herman Keller of Fremont, went to Neillsville Saturday evening to visit the former's sister, Miss Lorna Keller, who was somewhat under the weather or homesick at that time.

Arno Ross is again at his post of duty in the H.C. Witte store after a 10 day vacation and honeymoon trip. Mr. Ross and his bride are now nicely settled and at home in their own home on the east side of the village.

Griffith Williams of Spring Green spent much of last week visiting the Leo Sternitzky and Herman Jensen families in Lynn and went home on Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Deetz of York took their 12-year-old daughter Ethel to Neillsville Friday evening, that the little lady, suffering with appendicitis, might enter the hospital there for medical care and treatment.

Will Davis came up from Chicago Friday and visited at his brother John Davis' in York until Tuesday when he returned to the city. He had expected to take his mother home with him, but owing to the severe weather and bad roads, it was not thought best at this time.

Mrs. Al Nonhof went to Unity Wednesday to visit her sister and make the acquaintance of her new nephew, a boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Oldenburg there last Saturday. The Oldenburgs have seven girls and this is their first boy.

Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Campbell of Humbird came Tuesday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Webb Winn.

Mrs. Joe McCann and son Floyd of Sherwood were village shoppers on Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huntley are home from their visit at Monticello two weeks since.

Chas. Schueller of Neillsville visited relatives and old friends here last Friday.

Adolph Hogenson and Henry Weishoff were Marshfield visitors last Friday.

Mrs. wm. Marg spent several days of last week at Marshfield and came home, Saturday.

Gus Bergeman was at Marshfield on Saturday and returned on Monday.

John Altenburg of Lynn and Mike Dorst of Route 1 were county seat visitors on Wednesday.

Harold Haltaufderheide arrived home from Two Rivers Wednesday evening.

Mrs S. Loy, after a 2 week visit at her brother, Chas. Bass', went home to Neillsville on Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Garbush and daughter Clara were Marshfield visitors on Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zorn and children visited the A.M. Johnson family at Rozellville early this week.

Mrs. Estella Snyder of Neillsville spent several days of this week, the guests of Mrs. Fred Handke on Route 1.

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Fields and their seven youngest children moved from the town of Sherwood to Glidden on Wednesday.

John Shafer of the town of Lynn was engaged with papering and painting at the Ferd Scholtz home in Pine Valley, last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bollom and children went to Humbird Saturday evening and made an over Sunday visit among relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Heisler and little one, after a 10 day visit among relatives and old friends here, went home to Milwaukee on Monday.

Miss Selma Kuechenmeister returned to Stevens Point Tuesday and Miss Margaret Bauman, who was visiting at Reinhold Kuechenmeister's, went home to Plymouth that day.

Invitations are out for the wedding of Mr. Alvin Grassman and Miss Elsie Kurth, which takes place at the "Fischer" Church tomorrow, Saturday, with Rev. Reiff officiating.

Irving Riedel and his sister, Miss Mary Riedel are here from Milwaukee, guests in the Richard and Arthur Kurth home, since Thursday.

The Mesdames R.R. Rath, Hugh Berg, and Rella Osgood entertained an even dozen at a four course Halloween dinner party at the latter's home on Wednesday evening.

Chas. Hayden bought of Kenney Davis, Thursday, the residence property on the east side of the village that is being vacated by Perry Benedict next week.

Night school in District No. 2, town of Grant, Miss Sieged Barber, teacher, will start this week Thursday.

Robert Gotter of Rozellville joined his wife and baby here in their visit among relatives last Friday and accompanied them home on Monday.

An item in our last issue stated that Mrs. Witte entertained the Ladies Aid of Rev. Reiff's parish last week, when it should have read Rev. Hasz's parish.

Willie Breseman came down from Greenwood Tuesday on a few days business trip and visit with home folk.

Mrs. Jane Owen, with Mrs. Hank Lapp and daughters Lillian and Pearl, were over from Chili and spent a couple of days with the Walter Coil family.

W.B. Wentworth came up from Edgerton Friday on a couple days visit to his son Rush Wentworth on Route 1.

Glyde and Arleigh Graves went to Marshfield Saturday and met their mother, Mrs. Bert Hayden, who was returning home after a several weeks hospital experience in Chicago. Mrs. Hayden apparently is much improved in health since leaving here a few weeks ago.

James Sparks of Plainfield, Mrs. Clark Calkins and son Isaiah, Mrs. Hedden and baby Beulah, Mrs. Gilbert Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sparks and Grandpa Stillman Ellis, all of Bancroft, came up Monday evening in response to the news of the death of Mrs. Bloomy Sparks of Sherwood, and went to the home of realtives on Route 4 that evening and attended the funeral on Wednesday. Arthur Sparks and Louis Scholtz of Sherwood were in and met them here Monday evening.

Mrs. Chas. High and youngest son were over from Neillsville and spent Wednesday afternoon with the G.E. Amidon family.

J.R. Rowley of Loyal took the train here Wednesday for Evansville, where he is since visiting Rev. and Mrs. Knaack, well known former town of York people.

Mrs. Wm. Uhlman and daughters Elinora and Erline of the town of York are visiting at Lebanon since Saturday.

Mrs. Oesterhaus of Waldo is here since last week Thursday on a visit to relatives in the H.T. Lawson family.

Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Agin arrived home from their 3 week pleasure trip and visit in Sheboygan County, late last week.

Mrs. Herman Schoengarth, Mrs. E.W. Crandall, the Misses Barager, Huntzicker, Gleason and Ritter, Frances, Stella and Gertrude Davis, asw the Birth of a Nation at Neillsville Tuesday evening.

.Mrs. Wm. Bartz and daughter Ruth, Mrs. Wm. Storm and daughter Frieda, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnol Ross, A.J. Knorr, Loyal Jordan, Eugene Osgood and Amos Yankee were Neillsville visitors on Saturday.

Miss Gertrude Kimball has resigned her position with the Connor Lumber Co. at Marshfield and will soon leave for Minneapolis to again take up work in that city. She is here with her sisters, Mrs. W.S. Davis and Miss Emma Kimball, just now.

Mrs. Geo. Huntley went to Neillsville last Saturday to visit her granddaughter Agnes Lawrence, who is a patient at the hospital there, where the Saturday before she had been operated upon for relief from appendicitis.

Mrs. Omar Deetz and Mrs. W.E. Benedict visited the former's daughter and other patients at the Neillsville Hospital Tuesday. They report all as doing nicely and that Agnes Lawrence is expected home yet this week.



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