News: North York (7 Mar 1913)
Surnames: Davis, Teatz, Lavey, Graves, Turner, Grabe, Benedict, Dahl, MacMahon, Mills, West, Gruenke, Kubat
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/07/1913
John Davis’ and Rob Teatz’s drove to Marshfield Wednesday.
Frank Lavey, wife and son Neill spent Thursday at H. Grave’s.
Herbert Graves and daughter Ethel were Loyal Callers Monday.
Morris and New Turner were at Neillsville Thursday.
Arthur Teatz delivered logs to Granton last week.
The dance at Ernest Grabe’s Friday night was a success. A large crowd was present. All report a good time.
Mrs. John Davis and children and Mrs. Griffith visited Mrs. Susie Benedict Tuesday.
John Davis drove to Granton Saturday after his brother Willie, who came home from Chicago for an extended visit.
John Dahl bough Joe MacMahon’s hay loader Tuesday.
George Dahl purchased O.F. Gruenke’s cutter. Now watch out for some rides.
Ed Kubat is putting in some timber and he boards at W.H. Turner’s.
Mrs. John Dahl and daughters Miss Emma and Elsie and sons Arthur and Arnold, visited at J. Davis’ Wednesday.
The basket social at the schoolhouse Saturday night was a big success. It takes Mr. Mills to get up a good entertainment and he ought to be praised for his good training of the children as they all did well in their parts. There were some lovely baskets sold. Mr. West and son Leon from Christie furnished some very good music which was greatly appreciated by all. Proceeds were $18.50.
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