News: North York (12 Sep 1913)




Surnames: Dahl, Turner, Davis, Vogel, Teatz, Davis, Graves, Dahl, Bolton, Dorn, Buddinger, Meadough, Lavey.


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 09/12/1913


Miss Emma Dahl returned home from Clintonville last week.


Mr. and Mrs. Mel Turner drove to Spokeville last Saturday and spent Sunday with their daughter.


John Davis was at Loyal Monday, Thursday at Marshfield, and Friday at Neillsville.


Mel Turner and sons Morris and Newt were at Neillsville on Friday.


Joe Vogel and partner from Loyal built a cupala on the schoolhouse in District No. 1 last week.  They boarded at Robert Teatz’s.


Robert Teatz and daughter were Granton callers Tuesday.


Mr. and Mrs. John Davis attended the Marshfield fair on Thursday.


Miss Ethel Graves was on the sick list last week.


Miss Ethel Graves entertained the Frank Lavey family and Harry Davis from Granton Thursday in honor of her birthday.


Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Graves visited at S.W. Bolton’s Sunday.


John Dahl and daughters Emma and Viola spent Sunday with friends at Globe.


Robert Teatz, wife and baby Roy spent Sunday with friends at Lynn.


A few young people from here attended the dance at Lynn last Sunday evening.


Mr. and Mrs. Archie Dorn are rejoicing over the arrival of a new son.


Miss Elsie Buddinger is working for Mrs. Archie Dorn.


Mel Turner and wife went to Loyal on Monday.


Victoria Dahl visited the Indians Sunday.


Will Meadough and wife spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Davis.


Hurrah for the Clark County fair this week.




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