News: North York (2 Feb 1917)




Surnames: Eysnogle, Teatz, Schoenfeld, Davis, Garbusch, Turner, McMahon, Dahl, Warner, Case, Graves, Campbell, Halen, Schaffner


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/02/1917


Joe Eysnogle drove to Loyal Saturday.


Arthur and Mable Teatz spent Saturday evening with E.M. Schoenfeld and wife.


Joe Eysnogle delivered a load of cheese to Granton Monday.


John Davis and family and Mrs. Gust Garbusch and daughters Sadie and Margaret visited at R. Teatz’s Sunday.


Jon McMahon drove to Granton Saturday.


Ben Turner drove to York Center one day last week.


John Dahl drove to Loyal and Granton one day last week.


Edgar Warner and wife and baby Pauline and Rev. and Mrs. Case visited at R. teatz’s Tuesday.


Rev. and Mrs. Case visited at H.G. Graves’ Tuesday afternoon.


Mrs. Wm. Campbell visited at her folks Monday.


Miss Ella Halen was a caller in this vicinity Tuesday.


Mrs. John Davis and little son Morris visited with Mrs. W.H. Turner on Tuesday.


Mr. and Mrs. Case were at Loyal Monday where Mrs. Case had a tooth extracted.


Joe Eysnogle and wife drove over to see Charles Schaffner Tues, who is very sick with pleurisy of the lungs.




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