News: Star Corner (26 Jan 1917)
Surnames: Wiesner, Keuer, Sweetland, Breseman, Moncole, Bass, Billie, Teatz, Breseman, Yankee, Zille, Riedel, Vogel, Reimer, Miller, Boller, Gotter, Nitschke, Goebel, Voigt
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/26/1917
Mr. C. Wiesner called at E. Keuer’s Thursday.
Mr. L.E. Sweetland and brother were seen selling cranberries last Thursday.
Mrs. P. Breseman called on Mrs. E. Keuer Friday.
Mr. Moncole went to the woods last Thursday about forty miles from here. He drove through with his team.
C. Bass had a pile of wood sawed Friday. Louis Wiesner is doing the work.
Mr. Mike Billie is still in the Marshfield hospital, but is on the gain.
Miss Anna Teatz came home from Whitehall Saturday for an indefinite stay.
Phillip Breseman was a Granton caller Tuesday.
There wasn’t any school Monday on account of the big snow storm.
Otto Yankee is busy hauling cord wood to Lynn.
Fred Zille helped E. Keuer cut poles a few days last week.
Emil Riedel’s little son had the misfortune to step in a pail of scalding water last week. His is improving nicely.
Mr. A. Reimer and family were Granton visitors Saturday.
E. Keuer and Fred Zille attended the telephone meeting at Granton last Saturday.
Mr. George Wiesner of Montana and Miss Hazel Wiesner of Pine Valley visited at Chas. Wiesner’s Saturday and Sunday. They went to Neillsville Monday. George said that Sunday was a real Montana blizzard. We’re glad we are in Wisconsin.
Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Boller took dinner with Mrs. C. Bass Friday.
Mrs. R. Gotter and Bay Lavers visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Breseman on Monday.
The sand bees have a little rest since the blizzard.
Mr. C. Bass took his daughter Miss Verna and Arnold Nitschke to German school Tuesday.
Mrs. F. Ziller called on Mrs. Chas. Wiesner Friday.
Carlton Boller called at E. Keuer’s Thursday evening.
Mrs. W.P. Boller called at Ernest Nitschke’s last Wednesday.
Mr. A. Bentz hauled a load of cheese for our factory on Tuesday.
Mr. John Goebel made a business trip to Granton on Wednesday.
Quite a number from here attended the masquerade at Lynn Saturday evening.
Mr. A. Voigt was a business caller at Lynn Tuesday.
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