News: Nasonville (10 Oct 1913)




Surnames: Snow, Renne, Vroman, Yankee, Bulgrin, Barth, Peterson, Spuler, Steltenpol, Schultz, Phillips, Nelson, Krause, Cornwell, Bergeman, Neinas


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/10/1913


Mrs. Al Snow spent Saturday with Mrs. Russ Renne.


Mrs. Archie Broman spent a few days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. Yankee.


Mrs. Otto Bulgrin’s baby, Master Amos was sick the fore part of the week.


Mrs. Glen Snow and Miss Hertha Schultz drove up to Granton last week Tuesday and called on friends.


Master Johnnie Barth spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Glen Peterson.


Mr. Daniel Spuler and Miss Clara Steltenpol of Lincoln were married last Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the bride’s home.


Mrs. Herman Schultz and daughter Viola spent Saturday afternoon at Mrs. Jason Phillips’ in Chili.


Mr. Martin Nelson, Miss Lora Schultz and Miss Hertha Schultz drove to Marshfield Thursday night.


Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bulgrin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Snow, Mrs. William Krause and daughters Myrtle and Florence, and Miss Nina Cornwell spent Sunday afternoon at the John Barth home.


Miss Hertha Schultz relieved Mrs. John Barth of her night duties Saturday night and took care of Bertha, who is not much better at the present writing.


Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Bergeman, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Neinas and daughter of Granton called on Miss Hertha Schultz and Miss Bertha Barth last week Thursday evening.


Our little nurse, Miss Florence Krause, is taking care of Miss Bertha Barth every day this week.


Several of our young folks took in the dance at Bakerville last Sunday night.  All reported a fine time.




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