News: Star Corner (2 Mar 1917)
Surnames: Frazier, Wisner, Nitschke, Voigt, Riedel, Ginther, Breseman, Bass, Reimer, Merrick, Yankee, Teatz, Boller, Redman, De Bolt, Billie, Keuer, Zille, Preston, Schier, Krause, Miller
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/02/1917
(Last week’s items)
B.F. Frazier sold his farm to a party from Shortville. The Frazier family will move to Nebraska.
Mr. Louis Wisner called at E. Nitschke’s Sunday.
Mr. A. Voigt’s nephew, Arthur Riedel, came to visit him a few days.
Those that braved the storm Monday to go to Granton were W. Ginther, P. Breseman, C. Bass and A. Reimer.
Mr. Merrick had the misfortune of losing a load of hay by fire while taking it home. The rack and sleigh also burned.
Miss Lydia Nitschke spent Wednesday night with Mrs. O. Yankee.
Miss Anna Teatz left for Whitehall Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Boller took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. R. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Redman and Mr. and Mrs. De Bolt had dinner there also.
Mike Billie came home from the Marshfield Hospital Friday. He had been there six weeks. He is feeling better, but somewhat weak yet.
Mr. E. Keuer and family visited at C. Wiesner’s Sunday.
Arthur Riedel went to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Voight of Nasonville.
(This week’s items)
Mr. T. Breseman is on the sick list.
Arthur and Alfred Riedel spent a pleasant evening with Carlton Boller Friday evening.
E. Keuer sawed wood a couple of days last week.
Mrs. F. Zille called on Mrs. W. Boller Saturday.
Mrs. F. Preston and daughter Evelyn of Edgar came Saturday and stayed until Monday with her sister, Mrs. W.P. Boller.
The Schier boys have finished hauling cord wood to Lynn from the Herman Voigt place.
Oscar and Fred Breseman took the train for Chelsey Tuesday where they have employment in a sawmill.
Herman Krause called on A. Voigt Monday.
Mr. A. Voigt went to Chili to see his brother C. Voigt Tuesday.
C. Bass is hauling hay from the C. Krause farm.
Mrs. Miller called on Mrs. C. Bass Tuesday.
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