News: Star Corner (10 Nov 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Anding, Reimer, Boller, Blanchard, Mayhew, Preston, Breseman, Bentz, Teatz, Schier, Krause, Hankey, Keuer, Rose, Blum, Herman, Stubbs, Yankee, Vogt
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) November 10, 1911
Star Corner (10 November 1911)
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anding came from Altoona Saturday for a visit with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Reimer entertained relatives from Beloit last week.
Mrs. W. P. Boller and Mrs. M. Blanchard are visiting their brother and sister, Ralph Mayhew and Mrs. F. Preston.
Laura Breseman spent Saturday in Neillsville with relatives.
The A. Bentz family and Miss Anna Teatz were Neillsville visitors, Friday.
Several young people of this neighborhood enjoyed themselves at a husking bee at J. Schier’s Saturday night.
Miss Agnes Krause visited Mabel Teatz at York Center last week.
Mrs. F. Hankey and children visited at Ernst Keuer’s Sunday.
Mrs. John Breseman spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. F. Preston.
Dottie Krause visited her sister Mrs. Elinor Rose last week.
Blum Bros. of Marshfield delivered cheese boxes here Saturday.
J. J. Herman was a Neillsville caller Thursday.
Frank Preston made a business trip to Neillsville Monday.
Art Stubbs, A. Reimer, Otto, Carl, Amos and Martin Yankee started north Thursday night for a deer hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vogt, Anna Teatz and Julia Bentz autoed to York Center Sunday and spent the day with the Robert Teatz family.
Frank Preston is having a few improvements done on his house.
Mrs. M. Blanchard and Mrs. W. P. Boller left for Sheboygan County Thursday to spend a few days with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mayhew. While there they will be joined by their husbands and leave for Texas, their future home. They will make the trip in their autos.
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