News: North Grant (26 Oct 1917)


Surnames: Radtke, Garbisch, Gluch, Kuechenmeister, Mitchell, Ayers, Schoengarth, Worchel, Loeffler, Prange, Buss, Schnabel, Riedel, Krause, Keuer, Otto, Ott, Kier, Vine, Hillert

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/26/1917

A basket social will be given at the schoolhouse in District No. 4 Oct. 26, 1917. Come, fish at the fish pond. Girls will sell coffee. Ladies please bring baskets and cups. A short program will be given. Proceeds will be used in obtaining busy work for the beginners and other necessities.

Miss Julia Radtke of Grand Rapids spent a couple of days with Clara Garbisch this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Garbisch and family were Neillsville callers Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gluch were Neillsville callers Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Garbisch and daughters, Clara, Ella, Adella and Florence attended the funeral of Mrs. Adelma Kuechenmeister last Saturday.

Carl Loeffler, Ernest Ayers, Wm. Mitchell, Herman Gluch, John Gluch and Henry Garbisch were at the cheese meeting at Foemmel Corners Tuesday night.

Miss Hulda Schoengarth called at Arnold Worchel's last Saturday.

Edna Prange was a Granton shopper Thursday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gluch, also Ernest Ayers, transacted business at Granton Friday.

Alfred Schnabel, Robert Buss and Ross McCalvey cut firewood for F.D. Riedel on Friday.

Mrs. Gottlieb Riedel of Lynn spent last week at Herman Krause's getting acquainted with her new granddaughter.

Grandma Keuer spent Saturday and Sunday at her brother John Ott's, also attended the missionfest at Neillsville with them Sunday.

John Otto split firewood for grandma Keuer on Wednesday.

Mr. M.V. Ayers of Neillsville is visiting at Ernest Ayer's this week.

Fred Kier and son drove to Granton on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vine were Granton callers Tuesday.

Mrs. Ed Hillert of the town of Lynn spent several days of last week at her brother Arnold Worchel's helping care for the baby who was so very ill.

Herman Krause entertained the threshers on Wednesday.





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