News: North Grant (13 Mar 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Ayers, Kier, Dahlke, Pischer, Davis, Reindel, Schoengarth, Gluch, Krause, Riedel, Ratch, Scharf, Ott, Winter

------ Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/13/1914

Mrs. L.L. Ayers spent Sunday with Mrs. M.V. Ayers.

Mrs. Fred Kier called on Mrs. F. Dahlke Sunday.

Alma and Alvin Pischer called on Lawrence Davis Sunday afternoon.

Goldie and Mable Dahlke spent Saturday and Sunday at t heir Uncle Ed Williams.

Wesley Hart of Granton spent Sunday at Pischer’s.

Grandma Kier visited Mrs. Pischer Monday.

Will Reindel of County Farm Corners assisted his grandfather William Schoengarth Monday.

Dan and John Gluch and Oswald Pischer hauled wood to Neillsville for Aug. Gluch., Saturday.

Selma Krause is on the sick list.

Mr. and Mrs. F.D. Riedel spent Sunday at Aug. Riedel’s in Lynn.

Mrs. Wm. Schoengarth celebrated her 60th birthday with a gathering of relatives and friends Tuesday eve.

Mrs. Ratch has returned from a several month’s stay in Dakota and is at her daughter’s, Mrs. Herman Scharf for an indefinite stay.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ayers delivered calves at Granton Monday.

Mrs. Dahlke called on Mrs. Kier Monday afternoon.

Mrs. Elize Kier spent several days of last week at her brother John Ott’s.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gluch spent Sunday afternoon at her father Hy Winter’s in Lynn.

Goldie Dahlke had the misfortune to have a plank fall on her hand and hurt it quite badly.




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