News: Sherwood (23 Feb 1917)
Surnames: Hill, Clark, Paulson, Shafer, Dewey, Rinehart, Eggen, Sparks, Jacobson, Gall, Coulthard, Neuman, Ziemendorf, Anderson, Neve
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/23/1917
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hill and family spent Sunday at the John Clark home.
Mr. John Clark and family left for North Dakota Monday.
Mr. H. Hill was a City Point caller Monday.
Mr. Dan Hill, who has been working for Ross Paulson, came home Saturday night and went back Sunday to work on the railroad.
Mrs. Dan Hill is spending a week visiting in Granton with her sister Mrs. Hattie Shafer.
Mr. Dewey and sister Mable Clark, Miss Alma Rinehart and sister Viola were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Dan Hill home.
Miss Alice Hill, who has been working in Granton returned home Saturday night.
The big dance in the town hall Saturday night was well attended and all report a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eggen were Sunday guests at the Art Sparks home.
Mr. Harry Jacobson, who has been gone for a few years returned home Friday with his brother Henry.
Mr. Henry Jacobson and wife are going back to old Montana.
Mr. George Rinehart and son Harvey left for Glidden Sunday night on the 12 o’clock to look for work.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gall are the proud parents of a big baby girl.
Mr. H. Hill hauled hay for Mr. F.J. Rinehart Tuesday.
Miss Etta Coulthard is working for Mrs. Albert Gall.
Charles Neuman and Miss Grace Ziemendorf were married last Saturday and gave a wedding dance at the town hall in celebration of the event that evening, when a large crowd enjoyed the happy occasion.
Mrs. Andy Anderson is visiting relatives in Illinois. Mrs. Anderson is to enter a hospital and undergo a critical operation in the near future.
Miss Sadie Neve is very ill with appendicitis since last week Wednesday.
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