News: County Line (4 Feb 1910)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Behling, Kleinschmidt, Muir, Porter, Howard, Green, Neinas, Frankie, Lindow, Retzlaff, Knoop, Burdick, Guk, Altenburg, White
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) February 4, 1910
County Line (4 February 1910)
Charley Behling is helping Louis Kleinschmidt get wood.
Lizzie Muir and Edna Porter returned last Tuesday from a weeks visit with their relatives at Warrens.
About 40 people gathered at the home of Louis Kleinschmidt on Thursday evening and surprised him. Dancing was indulged in until a late hour and before going home all the guests partook of a nice lunch. Everyone had a very pleasant time.
John Howard of Neillsville was seen in our vicinity last week.
Mr. Will Green traded a horse with Will Neinas.
Lizzie Muir was a Marshfield visitor Thursday.
Ida and Emma Frankie visited at E. Lindow’s Sunday.
A party of friends of Rock dropped in a Thomas Muir’s last Thursday evening and surprised their son Calvin, it being his birthday, all greatly enjoying themselves with music and games, trying to do full justice to the splendid refreshments served.
Among the many guests that spent a pleasant afternoon at Retzlaff’s Sunday were the Misses Lizzie Muir and Edna Porter, Clara Knoop, Eva Lindow and Martha Burdick and the Messrs Louis Kleinschmidt, Will Green, Charley Behling, Louis Knoop and Ed Kleinschmidt and also Mr. and Mrs. R. Guk.
Elmer Altenburg who has been quite sick is some better at the present writing.
Miss Nettie White visited at Lindsey Sunday.
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