News: Heathville (24 Apr 1914)
Contact: Betty Comstock
Surnames: Henning, Knoll, Fields, Hadden, Harding, Dankemyer, Stevens, Davis, Drake, Balka, Graham, Durow, Rogers, Houseley, Peck, Pekin, Ives, Vetter, Wentworth
-----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/24/1914
Herman Henning and H.A. Knoll of Chili were Heathville callers last Thursday.
Reuben Fields sawed wood for G.A. Hadden Wednesday afternoon and for Abel Harding Friday and Sat.
Mrs. Freeman Dankemyer and 2 children are spending a few days with her relatives at Granton.
Mrs. Byron Stevens of Spokeville visited with Mrs. S. Davis one day last week.
It is reported that Nate Drake has bought the Carl Balka farm.
Otto Graham left last Wednesday for Marshall, Wis., to work for Aug. Durow for the summer.
Mrs. Rogers visited at the Sherman Davis home Sunday and Monday.
Dr. Houseley made several trips to the Gordon Davis home the last of the week to see their daughter Ione who was suffering with pneumonia.
Miss Delia Peck visited with Mrs. Nate Drake Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pekin were Chili callers Tuesday.
Lovell Ives and bride arrived here Tuesday morning to spend their honeymoon with his parents.
Reuben and Alex Fields drove to Granton Monday and purchased a pure bred calf of Russ Wentworth.
Mrs. Vetter went to Neenah last Friday to enter a hospital at that place for the removal of a cancer.
Fred Dankemyer is digging the
cellar for a new house which he intends to build this summer.
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