News: North Grant (9 Feb 1917)
Surnames: Dudei, Garbisch, Loeffler, Kelpin, Keuer, Pischer, Reindel, Kuenze, Schoengarth, Krause, Riedel, Gluch, Prange, Schroeder
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/09/1917
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dudei were Granton callers Saturday.
Arnold Garbisch came home Friday from Detroit, Mich., where he has just completed a course in an automobile school.
Mrs. Loeffler and Mrs. Kelpin visited Grandma Keuer Sunday.
Clare Pischer was taken sick last week Thursday and has been at her mother’s home in Neillsville since.
Will Reindel and Art Kuenze are cutting logs for the former’s grandfather, Wm. Schoengarth.
Selma Krause visited her grandparents August Krause’s on Sunday.
Oswald Pischer has been hauling logs to Granton the past week.
Herman Kelpin helped Carl Loeffler saw wood Saturday.
Mrs. F.D. Riedel and Miss Lena drove to Neillsville Monday.
John Gluch made a business trip to Granton Tuesday.
Henry Garbisch and Ed Prange were Neillsville callers Monday.
Baby Virginia Leigh Schroeder and Grandma Keuer are very ill and under the doctor’s care.
Herman Gluch is making cheese for Emil Prange while the latter is at Marshfield with his little daughter, who was so seriously hurt last week Monday.
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