News: North York (30 Mar 1917)
Surnames: Livingston, Turner, Dankemyer, Voight, Mortimer, Eden, Davis, Eysnogle, Teatz, Dahl, Graves, Thompson, Uhlman
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/30/1917
Fay Livingston and wife visited at W.H. Turner’s Sunday.
Mrs. Martin Dankemyer and two children visited at J. Voight’s a couple of day last week.
Ray Mortimer and Guenther Eden are hauling stone by here.
Merton Davis spent Sunday at Joe Eysnogle’s.
R. Teatz and wife and son Royal visited at John Dahl’s Sunday afternoon.
The basket social was quite well attended in spite of the bad roads. Proceeds were $5.60.
Ferd Dahl and John Dahl each delivered a load of cheese to Granton one day last week.
R. Teatz and W.H. Turner drove to Granton Wednesday. This is the first time Pint has been to Granton for a long time.
John Dahl and wife drove to Gratnon Wednesday.
School closed for two weeks’ vacation on account of the bad roads.
Morris Turner and john Dahl each took a load of calves to Granton Monday.
Turner Bros. purchased a horse last week from Wm. Uhlman.
H.G. Graves and daughter drove to Loyal on Wednesday.
Mrs. Robert Thompson went to Granton Saturday to stay where she will be nearer her doctor.
R. Teatz and family called at John Davis’ last Tuesday afternoon.
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