News: North York (16 Mar 1917)
Surnames: Dolasse, Teatz, Eysnogle, Deets, Turner, Schaffner, Thompson, Palmer, Campbell, Wierenzenski, Graves, Mortimer, Dahl, Case, Furgeson, Johnson, Knaack, Benedict, Hales, Voight, Bolton
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/16/1917
Eddie Dolasse and wife visited at the R. Teatzís Sunday afternoon.
Joe Eysnogle and wife visited at Omer Deetís Sunday.
George Turner is helping do chores at his uncle Pintís. The doctor called Thursday to see Pint, who is decided under the weather this week.
R. Teatz and wife and son Roy called at Robert Thompsonís Sunday.
Mrs. Chas. Schaffner and family visited Joe Eysnogleís Monday.
Dessie Eysnogle is helping Mrs. W. Benedict with her work for a short time.
Some of the young people spent Friday evening at John Palmerís and practiced for the play.
Those who were at Granton Saturday were Will Campbell, Geo. Mortimer, Reynold Voight, John and Paul Wierenzenski, Ella Hales and Mabel Teatz.
Mrs. W.W. Bolton visited Mrs. M. Turner Saturday and went to H.G. Grovesí Monday.
Morris and Neute Turner were at York Center Saturday.
Rev. Case and son Vernon drove to Granton Monday.
George Dahl and wife made an over Sunday visit at home.
District quarterly meeting will begin Friday evening in the F.M. Church ending Sunday evening. Rev. Furgeson from away will conduct the services.
Justin Johnson and wife called at W.H. Turnerís and Joe MacMahonís Sunday.
Robert Teatz drove to Granton on Monday with a load of logs.
Nearly everybody attended the auction at the Knaack farm last Friday.
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