News: Star Corner (8 Aug 1913)




Surnames: Lautenbach, Breseman, Preston, Rose, Krause, Mayhew, Riemer, Billy, Wiesner, Blum, Kurth, Gotter, Scheier, Reiff, Goebel


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/08/1913


Art Lautenbach and Will Breseman spent Friday night at the Philip J. Breseman home.


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Preston and daughter Evelyn were at Marshfield between trains Friday to consult a specialist in regard to Evelyn’s eyes.


Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rose and son Glen are spending a few weeks with her father, Mrs. Herman Krause.


Ralph Mayhew was unfortunate enough to have a hay fork fall and pierce his right leg Saturday, injuring it quite badly.


Aug. Riemer and Frank Preston were business callers at Neillsville Saturday.


Mr. Billy, who cut his foot sometime last spring, went to see the doctor Monday.  The wound had not healed the way it should.


Chas. Wisener is the possessor of a new double buggy.


Aug. Riemer and family took in the ballgame at Granton Sunday.


John Blum of Marshfield called at C.F. Preston’s Sunday.


Arthur Kurth and Robert Gotter were entertained at the Phillip Breseman home Sunday evening.


John Scheier and daughter Lydia returned home after an extended stay with relatives at Merrill and other points.


Floyd Mayhew returned to his home at Plymouth, having spent the past two weeks between the Preston and Mayhew homes.


Nearly everyone from this way attended the picnic at Rev. Reiff’s church Sunday.


Frank Preston had dental work done at Marshfield Monday.


Miss Clara Goebel visited her brother John and family here this week.



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