News: North York (20 Apr 1917)
Surnames: Turner, Garvin, Eysnogle, Adams, Dahl, Teatz, Gruenke, Hulbert, Rondorf, Garbisch, Dolasse, Garbush, Case, Vandeberg, Hales, Davis, Asplin, Mills, Wierenzenski, Eden, Graves, Campbell
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/20/1917
Ben Turner delivered a load of cheese to Granton Monday.
Fred Garvin and wife and son Levi, and Mrs. Zettie Eysnogle visited at Joe Eysnogle’s Sunday, and also attended the funeral of Mrs. S. Adams.
John Dahl and Robert Teatz each delivered calfes to Loyal Tuesday.
Otto Gruenke and family visited at John Dahl’s Sunday afternoon.
Ed Dahl, Cecelia Hulbert, Nora Rondorf, Josie Rondorf and Charles Hulbert spent Sunday with Sadie Garbisch.
Ed Dolasse and wife visited at Gust Garbush’s Sunday.
Vern Case is working for John Van de Berg.
Loren Hales bought a cow from Will Campbell Tuesday.
John Davis and wife, and R. Teatz and daughter and son attended the Mills, Asplin sale last Friday. Mrs. Davis was lucky to buy the piano.
Ferdinand Dahl drove to Loyal one day last week.
The Club met with Miss Frieda Wierenzenski Saturday evening. A large crowd was present.
Miss Erna Eden made an over Sunday visit at home.
Cars are out burning again.
There was a large attendance at Mrs. Adam’s funeral Sunday.
Ethel and Dwight Graves visited Cecelia Hulbert last Wednesday evening.
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