News: Heathville (30 Nov 1917)
Surnames: Lee, Rowe, Alger, Graham, Schmidtke, Kidd, Drake, Greunke, Knoll, Schuster, Weigle, Davis, Henninger, Curtis, Baxter, Rochleau, Brown, Balke, Happe, Amidon, Downer, Pierce, Patno, Jordan
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/30/1917
(Last week's items)
Mrs. E. Lee and children returned from their visit at Withee last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rowe autoed to Granton Wednesday.
Miss Alger, the county supervising teacher, visited the schools in this vicinity last week.
Mrs. John Graham and Mrs. E. Lee attended the Royal Neighbors convention at Neillsville Thursday afternoon and evening.
Miss Carrie Schmidtke was out for a joy ride Friday afternoon.
Neil Kidd worked for Walter Drake a few days last week.
Mrs. Fly Curtis and Mrs. W. Drake autoted to Spokeville Saturday.
Otto Gruenke, H.A. Knolls, Ernest and Paul Schmidtke, Arthur Schuster and H. Weigle are some of the hunters that have left for the big woods this week.
Flossie Davis and Ione Davis spent Sunday afternoon with Elizabeth Henninger.
Mr. and Mrs. Flay Curtis autoed to Marshfield on Sunday.
Mrs. Herman Weigle is styaing at the Chas. Schuster home while Mr. has gone hunting.
W. Baxter and family and Miss Nellie Rochleau spent Sunday at Walter Drakes'
Ira and Clarence Brown spent Sunday with their cousin Clare Davis.
Dick Balke thrashed for C.A. Happe Tuesday.
G.E. Amidon of Granton was a business caller in this vicinity on Friday.
Ernest Lee and family attended a birthday party at Joe Downer's Sunday.
Mrs. W.L. Pierce was through ehre Tuesday selling dress goods.
Mrs. John Patno helped Mrs. L. Jordan dress geese the first of the week.
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