News: Granton Locals (13 Apr 1917)
Surnames: Kelpin, Marg, Martens, Wilson, Riedel, Hefty, Wentworth, Crandall, Eberhardt, Deutsch, Timerson, Rask, Morris, Ackerman, Jahr, Huff, Lockman, Moh, Brooks, Peterson, Knorr, Haltaufderheide, Cole, Kihn, Davis, Dankemyer, Beeckler
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/13/1917
Miss Elsie Kelpin went home to Chili on Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Marg spent Tuesday with old friends at Marshfield.
Mrs. A. Martens went to Chili Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilson were Neillsville visitors on Friday.
Aug. H. Riedel spent Tuesday with friends at Marshfield.
John Hefty Jr. of Chili was here on business Tuesday.
Rush Wentworth returned from Edgerton on Tuesday.
Mrs. E.W. Crandall spent Tuesday night with relatives at Neillsville.
Oscar Eberhardt spent Tuesday at Marshfield.
Gust Deutsch of Neillsville was here on business Friday afternoon.
Dan Timerson was a Marshfield visitor on Saturday.
Marie Rask, after a several days visit with Margaret Morris, went home to Altoona on Saturday.
Miss Ella Ackerman went back to Neillsville and her school work there on Monday.
Ed Jahr bought the M.J. Huff house last week and will build sidewalks with the many other Grantonites this spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Lockman and baby Harold from the L.E. Moh farm spent Sunday with old friends and relatives at Columbia.
Miss Hazel Brooks, after her vacation visit at home, left for Minneapolis and her school teaching duties there on Sunday.
Ethan Peterson and Rex Beeckler came home from Stevens Point last week and left on the return trip this week Wednesday.
The local R.N.A. will entertain at a costume party at the A.J. Knorr home next Wednesday evening.
Edwin Haltaufderheide went to Marshfield Monday and after a short visit there, continued on to Two Rivers.
The Misses Myrtle Cole and Bertha Kihn, home on vacation visits, returned to their school teaching duties near Neillsville the first of the week.
The Misses Frances and Stella Davis went to Chili Saturday and spent Easter with Miss Hannah Dankemyer.
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