News: Star Corner (2 Feb 1912)         


Contact: Verna (Welk) Quicker


Surnames:  Reimer, Mayhew, Wiesner, Kleinschmidt, Breneman, Preston, Krause, Scheir, Zimmerdorf, Breseman, Kurth, Herman, Lammers, Gotter, Batch, Lustig,  Worchel, Goebel


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 2/2/1912



A bouncing eight pound boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Reimer Thursday, Jan. 25.


Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mayhew left for Chippewa Falls Monday and will spend a few days with the latter’s sister before returning to their home at Plymouth.


Ed. Wiesner is hauling sand this week.  He intends building a house on his eighty acres this coming summer.


Miss Leona Kleinschmidt spent Saturday and Sunday at her home.


Mrs. Ralph Mayhew, Mrs. Phil. Breseman and Mrs. Frank Preston called at August Reimer’s Monday.


Walter Krause spent from Thursday until Saturday with Marshfield friends.


Minnie Scheir was a Lynn caller Tuesday.


Miss Sadie Zimmerdorf visited at the home of Herman Krause’s last week.


Mr. and Mrs. John Breseman of Lynn, Martin, Agnes and Lottie Krause attended a birthday party at Zimmerdorf’s at Brook, Sunday evening.

Lettie Yankee is assisting Mrs. August Reimer with her work.


Richard Kurth called on John Herman, Wednesday.


A. J. Lammers spent Thursday of last week with F. Preston.


Robert Gotter visited at the home of Philip Breseman’s Tuesday.


Herman Batch is hauling considerable lot of wood to the Lynn crossing for Mrs. Anna Lustig.


Miss Lydia Worchel is spending some time with her sister Mrs. John Goebel.



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