News: Harris Spur (14 Dec 1917)
Surnames: Ehrhardt, Lindow, Happe, Pischer, Roehl, Jordan, Downer, Meyer, Bosselman, Nebel
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Dec 1917
(Last week's items)
Miss Rena Ehrhardt came home Thanksgiving evening, after several weeks stay at Marshfield with her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lindow ate Thanksgiving dinner at C.A. Happe's.
Paul Pischer has been working for Herman Roehl's a few days.
The Royal Jordan family ate Thanksgiving dinner at Carl Happe's.
Arthur Happe's entertained company from Germania over Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Albert Lindow was a Marshfield visitor Friday and had dental work done.
Herman Roehl and Dick Downer were Chili visitors on Tuesday.
Mrs. Carl Happe and Mrs. Albert Lindow attended the funeral of Mrs. Meyer at Chili on Tuesday.
George Lindow sawed wood Monday and Art Lindow on Tuesday.
Mrs. Roehl of Granton spent Monday with her son Herman.
(This week's items)
Carl Happe sawed wood for Mrs. Pischer Friday.
Mr. Bosselman was a Granton visitor Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Henry Nebel entertained the aid Wednesday.
Herman Roehl has been busy hauling straw.
Quite a snow storm greeted us Wednesday morning.
Gustave Pischer came home from Minnesota Friday morning.
Herman Roehl hauled a load of wood to Granton for his folks Wednesday.
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