News: Star Corner (23 Mar 1917)
Surnames: Wiesner, Lustig, Voight, Keuer, Breseman, Goebel, Bass, Molegole, Christman, , Reimer, Krause, Blanchard, Nitschke, Bass, Bulgrin, Zille, Hillert, Goebel, Henze, Schier
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/23/1917
(Last week’s items)
Mr. Louie Wiesner was a Neillsville caller Thursday.
Mrs. Anna Lustig visited school Friday.
Mr. A. Voight attended the cheese convention at Auburndale Thursday. A fine time was had by all.
Grandma Keuer fell and hurt her arm last week, but is better now.
W. Breseman was seen on our street again. We hear he is home for a short time.
Louis Wiesner sawed wood for John Goebel on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bass entertained a relative from Neillsville last week.
Mr. A. Molegole is home from the woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiesner visited at C. Wiesner’s on Sunday.
Willard Christman is sawing logs since last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wiesner were Granton callers Friday. Mr. Wiesner went to an auction in the afternoon.
Mr. A. Reimer, H. Krause, M. Breseman and E. Keuer helped move the people Saturday that bought the Sternitzky place just east of Ginther’s. They came here from Iowa.
Carlton and Blanchard spent Sunday afternoon at E. Keuer’s.
Mrs. P. Breseman called on Mrs. E. Keuer and Grandma on Friday.
Mr. A. Voight has his lumber here to build on his factory. He will have a boiler room and whey receiving room built.
Mrs. E. Nitschke and Mrs. C. Bass went to a feather bee at C. Krause’s Tuesday.
One of our newcomers had the misfortune to lose one of their horses with colic. They were on their way to town when the horse took sick near E. Nitschke’s.
Mrs. C. Bulgrin, Mrs. A. Voight’s sister, took the train at Chili Tuesday for her home in Marshfield.
Mr. A. Voight went to Nasonville last Thursday.
(This week’s items)
Miss Sadie Bass is home from Whitehall for an indefinite stay.
Mrs. F. Zille was quite indisposed a few days this week with the sick headache.
Mr. E. Keuer and Paul Nitschke are building the addition on A. Voight’s factory.
Mrs. E. Hillert walked up to see her sister Mrs. John Goebel on Wednesday.
Miss Neva Henze had to stay at her boarding place this Saturday and Sunday on account of the bad roads and bad weather.
Mrs. E. Nitschke called on Mrs. C. Bass Tuesday.
Oscar Schier has just recovered from the grippe.
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