News: Star Corner (14 Dec 1917)
Surnames: Tober, Boller, Redman, Bentz, Keuer, Bass, Grassman, Zille, Riedel, Krause, Wildt, Helm, Lustig, Billie, Wehrman, Breseman, Nitschke, Henze, Lemke, Schier, Teatz, Speiser, Guenther
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Dec 1917
Mr. E. Tober and father went to Spokeville and had Thanksgiving dinner with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Boller and son Blanchard spent Thursday at George Redman's in Sherwood.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bentz and daughters Clara and Laona spent a pleasant evening at E. Keuer's Thursday.
The C. Bass family had Thanksgiving dinner with the F. Grassman family.
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Boller visited at C. Bass' Wednesday evening.
Mrs. F. Zille visited Mrs. Boller Friday afternoon.
The E. Keuer family spent Saturday at the Lemke shed raising in East Lynn.
Mr. and Mrs. Keuer and Mrs. G. Ridel autoed to see auntie Keuer west of Granton.
Mr. H. Krause sold his windmill to Geo. Redman one day last week.
Misses Clara and Laona Bentz and Mable Schier visited Miss Hilda Teatz Sunday.
Carlton Boller had a good time Sunday skating on the Lynn pond.
Geo. Redman, Gus Wildt and W.P. Boller took down the Krause windmill and put it up again on the Redman ranch a few days later.
Mrs. C. Bass, Anita and Leland went to Loyal and Greenwood Friday to visit relatives.
The Fred Grassman family had Sunday dinner at Speiser's.
Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Riedel and daughter Edna visited at the F. Grassman's Sunday evening.
Miss Helm of Lynn was dress making at F. Grassman's a few days last week.
Grandma Lustig visited Mrs. W.P. Boller on Monday.
Mr. Mike Billie died Sunday and was buried Tuesday.
Grandma Lustig is staying with Mrs. Billie a few days.
Mr. F. Wehrman of Loyal brought Mrs. Bass home Sunday evening.
Mr. Oscar Breseman had the mistorturen to cut his foot quite badly last week.
Mr. F. Zille, while getting up some logs for wood Monday, had his leg broken.
Mrs. E. Nitschke is helping at the C. Krause home while Mrs. C. Krause is taking care of her husband at the Neillsville Hospital.
Miss Neva Henze had to close school Tuesday afternoon on account of a sick headache.
Mr. A. Teatz called on our school Monday.
W. Guenther has been hauling wood for the cheese maker.
Mr. E. Tober visited at Spokeville over Sunday and attended the funeral of the late Alvin Timerson who died at Marshfield last Friday.
Miss Sadie Bass called on Mrs. W. Boller Tuesday.
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