News: Nasonville (06 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Cattanach, Hoffman, Krause, Barth, Shultz, Nelson, Paulson, Bulgrin, Ramer,

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/06/1914

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cattanach left for St. Paul Sunday night expecting to return Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hoffman and children spent Sunday at her brother Mr. William Krause’s.

Miss Bertha Barth and her brother Johnnie Barth spend Sunday evening at Herman Schultz.

Mr. Herman Schultz and Mr. Mart. Nelson called at Christ Paulson’s with them.

Mr. Martin Nelson and Miss Lora Schultz drove out to take a look at the Wood County Asylum last Tues.

Mr. Herman Schultz and daughter Miss Hattie Schultz drove to Granton Tuesday.

Miss Hattie Schultz has been on the sick list ever since Wednesday. She is slowly recovering.

Little Amos Bulgrin has had a siege of sickness the past week, but is some better now.

Mr. Otto Ramer had the misfortune to lose a horse last week.

The wolves are coming into this part of the country. The farmers will better protect their sheep.

Wedding bells will soon be ringing. Get your music ready boys.





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