News: Star Corner (6 Apr 1917)
Surnames: Teatz, Breseman, Boller, Bass, Voigt, Bentz, Keuer, Krause, Nitschke, Zille, Schier, Grassman, Schier, Yankee, Wiesner, Ginther, Fleisch
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/06/1917
Mrs. A. Teatz called on P. Breseman Thursday.
Mrs. W.P. Boller with Carlton and Blanchard called at C. Bass’ Wednesday evening.
C. Bass visited at the Miller home Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Voigt of Marshfield spent Thursday with the A. Bentz family.
Mr. A. Voigt called at E. Keuer’s Thursday evening.
The Misses Lottie Krause, Hilda Teatz, Lydia and Elsie Nitschke visited at C. Bass’ Sunday afternoon.
Laona Bentz is on the gain.
F. Zille and son Earl spent Sunday at E. Keuer’s.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Voigt and children visited at E. Keuer’s Sunday evening.
The Schier young people and Alfred Bentz visited at E. Bass’ Sunday.
Alvin Grassman, Martin Breseman, F. Zille, E. Keuer, P. Breseman and W.P. Boller helped A. Voigt get his new boiler from the Lynn crossing.
Richard Schier left Monday for Minnesota where he has work for the summer.
Theodore Breseman made a trip to Marshfield Monday.
Mrs. Otto Yankee left Wednesday to see her sister-in-law at the hospital at Marshfield and from there she goes to Loyal to attend the marriage ceremony of her sister.
Mr. A. Voigt was a Marshfield caller on Monday.
Louis Wiesner sawed wood for W. Ginther Wednesday.
Mrs. B. Fleisch is here for a visit with friends.
Carl Krause helped E. Nitschke’s get their silo up from Granton last week.
Miss Lydia Nitschke spent Wednesday with Mrs. A. Voigt.
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