News: Star Corner (31 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Krause, Breseman, Redman, Boller, Teatz, Zille, Grassman, Shier, Sebert, Vogel, Bass, Murphy, Johnson, Muir, Kempin, Voigt, Keuer, Hoffman, Goebel, Riedel, Fischer, Kleinschmidt, Nitschke, Merik, Struble, Farley, Lawler, Hillert
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/31/1917
(Last week’s items)
Mr. Martin Krause and T. Breseman autoed to Marshfield Wednesday.
Mrs. G. Redman called on Mrs. Boller Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Breseman went to Loyal Thursday.
Mr. Harry Teatz visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Teatz, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Zille visited at P. Breseman’s Sunday evening.
Misses Emma and Esther Grassman, Mabel Schier and Ed Schier visited Miss Esther Zille Sunday.
Mr. Martin Sebert and family autoed down from Merrill Friday and visited the Schier family.
Mr. Vogel was under the care of Dr. Murphy this week. He had pneumonia.
Mrs. W.P. Boller and son Blanchard spent Sunday at G. Redman’s.
Miss Sadie Bass is assisting Mrs. Murphy at Granton with her household duties.
Mr. W.P. Boller went to Sugarbush and Fond du Lac on business Friday, returning home Monday.
Milton Johnson of Granton visited his friend Ed Schier Thursday and Friday.
Mr. Martin Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Muir, Miss Anna Kempin and Miss Anna Teatz visited at Adolph Voigt’s Sunday evening.
Mr. E. Keuer and family visited Marshfield on Sunday.
Miss Evelyn Zille is home again from the Ridge.
Miss Anita Bass is at home from Granton.
(This week’s items)
Mrs. Vogel’s sister Mrs. Hoffman and children left for their home in Chicago on Friday.
Little Emil Hoffman went to Chicago Friday; he has been staying with his aunt and uncle for about 2 years.
The Watkins man made his usual trip through here this last week.
Quite a number from around here took in the fair at Marshfield.
Mrs. Geo. Redman and Miss Isabelle Frechette passed through her for Granton on Saturday.
Mr. John Goebel and family made an auto trip to Stevens Point on Sunday.
Mr. Arthur Riedel’s wheel was stolen in Granton Friday night and a couple days later was found in someone’s back yard.
Mr. E. Fischer and family, with Mr. and Mrs. Max Fischer, called at A. Voigt’s Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Redman and son William visited W.P. Boller and family Sunday.
Miss Laona Kleinschmidt and sisters visited at E. Nitschke’s Sunday.
Mr. Martin Krause has finished his work in the cheese factory here.
Misses Lydia and Elsie Nitschke visited at A. Voigt’s Tuesday evening.
Mr. Merik is home from the hospital.
Mr. D. Struble and Mrs. Lulu Jacobson were united in marriage last Monday.
Mr. H. Farley of Weyauwega and Mr. Lawler of Sugarbush spent Tuesday night at W.P. Boller’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hillert called at John Goebel’s Wednesday. Mr. Hillert helped John finish hauling in his oats.
Carlton Boller had the misfortune to cut his ankle with an ax on Wednesday.
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