News: Star Corner (19 Jan 1917)
Surnames: Christman, Miller, Bass, Boller, Schier, Hankey, Braatz, Beiler, Riedel, Coburn, Hale, Lustig, Krause, Breseman, Hentz, Zille, Billie, Vogel, Teatz, Hoffman, Nitschke, Keuer, Ginther, Gotter, Wiesner
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/19/1917
Willard Christman has his mill set up for sawing lumber.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller visited at C. Bass’ Thursday evening.
Mrs. W.P. Boller spent Friday at C. Bass’. Sewing was the order of the day.
Miss Lydia Schier went to Whitehall Monday to work in the hospital.
Fred Hankey of Lynn had a log bee Saturday, hauling logs from the Herman Braatz place.
Carlton Beiler visited the H. Riedel boys Sunday, returning home Monday morning.
"Where there’s a will there’s a way," that’s what Miss Nettie Coburn thought when she wanted to go to Mrs. L. Hale’s funeral. She started at nine o’clock at night, reaching Lynn between five and six o’clock in the morning.
Grandma Lustig is at Tioga now with her daughter, as her son-in-law had an operation.
Miss Sadie Bass has employment at Whitehall. She went Monday.
Martin Krause helped put up ice Monday for his brother-in-law, John Breseman.
Mr. Hentz of Dakota came Friday to visit his sister Mrs. F. Zille. He left Monday morning.
We hear Mike Billie will soon be home from the Marshfield Hospital.
Mrs. A. Vogel and Emil Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Teatz and daughter Hilda visited at A. Bentz’s Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Breseman were Granton visitors Monday.
Misses Sadie, Anita and Verna Bass spent Sunday afternoon at E. Nitschke’s.
Oscar Bentz is suffering with rheumatism.
Mrs. E. Keuer called on her mother Mrs. C. Wiesner Tuesday.
Mrs. E. Keuer is helping F. Zille a few days this week.
Miss Lottie Krause spent Tuesday with her sister at Lynn.
W. Ginther is hauling cord wood to J.H. Keller at Lynn.
Mrs. R. Gotter and little baby came home Wednesday to spend a couple of days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wiesner made a business trip to Granton Wednesday.
Mr. Paul Nitschke called on his friend Louis Wiesner Sunday.
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