News: North Grant (23 Mar 1917)
Surnames: Pischer, Schroeder, Riedel, Kelpin, Gluch, Prange, Garbisch, Loeffler, Kier, Ott, Krause
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/23/1917
Miss Clara Pischer is again employed at E.A. Schroeder’s since a few weeks past.
Mrs. F.D. Riedel, who was very ill with erysipelas last week, is recovering.
Paul Kelpin is hauling milk to the condensary at Neillsville for a large number of North Grant farmers.
Mrs. E.A. Schroeder and baby spent Sunday afternoon at F.D. Riedel’s.
A number of relatives and friends helped Mrs. John Gluch celebrate her birthday Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder and Mrs. Herman Gluch were Granton callers Monday.
Ed Prange came home from Sheboygan County where he had been to attend the funeral of his aged father on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Garbisch and Mr. and Mrs. Loeffler were Granton callers Tuesday.
Grandma Kier returned to her home on the E.A. Schroeder farm Monday, after spending several weeks at her brother, John Ott’s.
Selma Krause spent Sunday at her grandparents, Aug. Krause’s.
Reuben Pischer, who has been working for E.A. Schroeder for several months, went home to Neillsville last Friday.
P.S. - After reading the Editor’s ideas in last week’s issue of the Granton News we hope the new glasses he speaks of getting will be especially dark.
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