News: Granton (15 Jul 1965)
Contact: Betty Comstock
Surnames: Lehmann, Dageford, Benecke, Crandall, Opelt, Trimberger, Schlinsog, Hasz, Witte, Kammerer, Metcalfe, Reich, Bartsch, Kallies
------ Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 07/15/1965
By Mrs. Hugo Trimberger
Mr. and Mrs. William Lehmann and daughter Carol and their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Dageford and children, St. Paul, are on a vacation to Yellowstone Park and other places of interest.
The Rev. and Mrs. F.C. Benecke returned home on Wednesday after attending the National Lutheran Convention at Detroit for ten days. Rev. Benecke was a delegate from this district. They also visited in Illinois where Rev. Benecke was a guest speaker at the 105th anniversary of the church where his father was a former pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Crandall and son Jeff visited his mother Mrs. Vera Crandall at the King Nursing Home at Waupaca on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Opelt and son Brian are leaving for Seattle, Washington, where Mr. Opelt will have employment with the Boeing Aircraft.
Walter Trimberger, Ed Schlinsog, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hasz, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hasz and Herman Hasz were among those to attend funeral services for the Rev. Nicholis Hasz at Richfield Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Erhart Witte returned home Sunday after a week’s vacation at their cottage on Long Lake.
Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kammerer were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kammerer and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Metcalfe.
Miss Arlene Reich left last week for Stevens Point where she will have summer employment at the hospital there.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Trimberger and daughter Elaine drove to Nekoosa and Wisconsin Rapids Sunday and enjoyed a picnic in the park. They stopped at the Bethel Convalescent Home to visit Fred Bartsch.
Mr. Otto Kallies has opened the Standard Oil Station just east of Granton and is ready to serve the public.
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