News: North York (12 Jan 1917)




Surnames: Eysnogle, Turner, Campbell, McMahon, Graves, Teatz, Davis, Case, Schoenfeld, Dahl, Hales, Lang, Rogers, Benedict, Rondorf, Rose, Krause, Eden, Knorr, Conrad, Schlinsog, Lang, Dahl, Sladack


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/12/1917


(Last week’s items)


Miss Zettie Eysnogle is the proud owner of a new Miller piano since last Thursday.


Joe Eysnogle and wife and daughter ate New Year’s dinner at Lyman Turner’s in the town of Loyal.


Mrs. Will Campbell and Mrs. E. McMahon visited at Joe Eysnogle’s last Saturday afternoon.


H.G. Graves and family visited at R. Tteatz’s Monday evening.


Mrs. Bessie Turner visited Mrs. J. Davis New Year’s.


R. Teatz and wife and Royal visited at John Davis’ last Friday p.m.


Morris Turner and Arthur Teatz drove to Loyal Wednesday.


Rev. Case sawed wood Wednesday.


Miss Mable Teatz visited Mrs. Emil Schoenfeld Wednesday.


Joe Eysnogle and wife and daughter Dessie drove to Granton Wednesday.


Mrs. John Dahl and twins visited Mrs. R. Teatz Saturday afternoon.


Arthur and Mable Teatz drove to Granton last Saturday p.m.


Miss Ella Hales visited Zettie and Dessie Eysnogle Sunday.


Mrs. Sadie Lang and Miss Gertrude Rogers visited at R. Teatz’s Tuesday afternoon.


Mrs. Wm. Benedict and Miss Dessie Eysnogle drove to Granton last Saturday. 


Mrs. Benedict was the lucky one to win the piano.  Good for you Sadie.


Miss Zettie Eysnogle began her school in the town of Loyal Tuesday, after a week’s vacation.


Miss Gertrude Rogers will begin her school next Monday after a two week vacation.


(This week’s items)


Joe Rondorf and R. Teatz attended the school board convention at Neillsville on Wednesday.


Elmer Rose and family and Martin Krause visited at R. Teatz’s Sunday.


Joe Eysnogle and wife and Dessie drove to Granton Wednesday.  Miss Dessie is taking music lessons of Miss Myrtle Knorr.


Elmer Rose and family visited at Fred Schlinsog’s.


Will Conrad and Walter Jacobi and Gunther Eden are cutting wood for Wenzel Sladack on Tony Avenue.


Ferd Dahl is home from his work at Loyal since Saturday.


The Rawleigh man was around here Friday calling on people.


Mrs. Carl Lang and Miss Gertrude Rogers visited Mrs. J. Dahl last Wednesday p.m.




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