News: Star Corner (12 Jan 1917)
Surnames: Clark, Breseman, Goebel, Wiesner, Garbush, Garbisch, Boller, Voight, Zille, Keuer, Schier, Krause, Voigt, Rose, Gotter, Billie, Bass, Nitschke, Teatz, Bentz, Johnson, Bartz, Vogel, Ure, Ginther
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/12/1917
Mrs. Roy Clark of Nasonville visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. Breseman several days last week.
John Goebel has opened up a sand pit and the way the loads of sand go by isn’t anything slow.
Mrs. Roy Clark called at the Schier home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wiesner made a business trip to Granton Wednesday.
Miss Sadie Garbush came Wednesday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Ed Wiesner.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiesner and Miss Sadie Garbisch visited at W.P. Boller’s Wednesday evening.
Will Voight came over from Nasonville Thursday and did a little carpenter work for his brother, A. Voight.
F. Zille, Louis Wiesner, E. Keuer and Ed Wisner helped W.P. Boller put up a blacksmith shop Thursday.
Mrs. F. Zille and daughter Lanna visited at E. Keuer’s Wednesday.
The Schier boys are cutting wood on the H. Voigt farm.
Martin Krause helped Elmer Rose cut wood last week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Gotter visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Breseman last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Voigt entertained his father and mother of Nasonville last Sunday.
Mike Billie went to Marshfield to the hospital one day last week.
Mrs. C. Bass, Sadie, Verna and Leland, Miss Lottie Krause, Mr. and Mrs. E. Keuer and family visited at W.P. Boller’s Sunday afternoon.
Mr. E. Nitschke is hauling stove wood for Oscar Johnson in Granton.
Mr. A. Teatz and family visited at A. Bentz’s Sunday.
Mr. Carl Bartz and A. Vogel made a business trip to chili Monday.
Mrs. F. Zille and Mrs. P. Breseman went to Granton Tuesday.
Herman Krause is helping get up ice in Granton this week.
The Misses Sadie and Anita Bass called on Miss Alida Schier Wednesday.
Martin Krause began hauling stones Tuesday.
Mrs. Ed Ure visited her sister Miss Lottie Krause Tuesday.
Miss Julia Bentz went to Milwaukee Wednesday morning.
Mr. Eddie and Walter Breseman spent a pleasant evening at Schier’s Sunday.
Mrs. Ginther had a quilting bee Wednesday.
Mrs. Ed Ure and Miss Lottie Krause called on Mrs. W.P. Boller Tuesday afternoon.
We all sympathize with Mr. Max Opelt and family in their hour of bereavement.
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