News: Star Corner (26 Oct 1917)


Surnames: Voigt, Tober, Moldenhauer, Buss, Nitschke, Keuer, Yankee, Lustig, Bentz, Boller, Wischuelke, Anding, Breseman, Preston, Reimer

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

Mr. A. Voigt and E. Tober transacted business in Marshfield Saturday.

Mr. Moldenhauer started for the woods Saturday, expecting to reach his destination Sunday.

Miss Sadie Bass is home from Granton.

Miss Lydia Nitschke is working in Neillsville at the present time.

Mrs. E. Keuer and son Herbert called at Otto Yankee's Sunday.

Grandma Lustig is home again.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Bentz visited at P. Breseman's Sunday.

Grandma Keuer visited Grandma Lustig on Sunday.

Mr. Paul Nitschke spent Tuesday evening at W.P. Boller's.

Mr. Ed Wischuelke and family visited at Otto Yankee's Sunday.

Mr. A. Voigt and family autoed to Pittsville Monday to visit the factory he has just purchased.

E. Tober made a business trip to Granton on Wednesday.

Mrs. R. Anding of Altoona gave her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Breseman, a pleasant surprise Wednesday evening by asking in the neighbors and attending the party herself. All had a pleasant time and a lot of good eats were served.

Mrs. W.P. Boller intends to leave Saturday for Edgar to visit her sister, Mrs. F. Preston, and from there to go to Fond du Lac to visit relatives for several days.

Mr. A. Reimer was doing his bit Wednesday by getting people to take a Liberty Bond.





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