News: Star Corner (10 Apr 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Schier, Breseman, Nitschke, Teats, Mayhew, Krause, Moll, Bentz, Bressman, Wiedmer, Foogel, Kauer, Smith, Theideman

------ Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/10/1914

Miss Lydia Schier was called home from Marshfield on account of the illness of her mother, who is somewhat better at this writing.

Fred Bressman and Paul Nitschke are busy making maple syrup.

Miss Julia Teats called at August Teats’ Sunday.

Mrs. Mayhew and the Misses Agnes and Lottie Krause called on Mrs. Moll Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bentz were in Neillsville between trains on Saturday.

Miss Elsie Bressman came home from Neillsville on Saturday to spend a few days with her parents here.

Charles Ross spent Sunday evening at Bentz’s.

The Mesdames Krause, Wiedmer, Bentz and Foogel called on Mrs. Schier Sunday.

Ernest Kauer and Paul Nitschke finished framing Mr. Frank Smith’s barn Friday.

Miss Theideman’s school is getting quite small on account of whooping cough. 



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