News: Town Line (20 Jul 1917)


Surnames: Bragstead, Gruenke, Pizer, Statton, Patno, Milligan, Goretor, Lynn, Albaugh, Snyder, Davis, Jordan, Vangerton, Clouse, Spry

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 07/20/1917

Everyone is busy in the hay field.

We are sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. Bragstead from our neighborhood.

Mrs. Otto Gruenke returned last Monday from here visit with home folks.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pizer and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Pizer and Miss Erma Statton visited at Patno’s last Sunday.

Mr. George Milligan and sister Minnie from Maplehurst visited at Van Goretor’s last week.

John Lynn gave a party Wednesday evening. A large crowd and a good time was had.

Nora and Grace Albaugh, Mrs. Patno, Milton, Boyd and Mollie autoed to Loyal Monday and attended the Chautauqua which was splendid.

The carpenters completed Grant Snyder’s barn last week.

Theron Davis is sick at the Loyal Jordan home with chicken pox.

The Town Line people have made a great improvement with new worked roads.

Mrs. George Vangerton is visiting at Maplehurst this week.

Mr. Charley Clouse received the news Monday of the death of his grandson in North Dakota, having been cut in two by a train.

Homer Spry is working near Greenwood this week with a carpenter crew.

Grace and Ted Albaugh visited her brother George and wife at Shortville last week.

Nora Albaugh sewed for Snyder’s and Mrs. John Pizer last week.



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