News: Star Corner (20 Apr 1917)
Surnames: Bass, Witt, Nietzel, Reimer, Gotter, Johnson, Boller, Bentz, Wiesner, Voight, Lustig, Breseman, Paulson, Goebel, Krause, Riedel, Dekarske, Redman, Henze
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/20/1917
Mr. C. Bass came home from Neillsville Friday.
Mr. Witt of Lynn has been helping A. Voight install his new separator. The first patch of whey was run thru Monday and everything worked fine.
Miss Elsie Neitzel is assisting Mrs. A. Reimer with her household duties a few weeks.
Mr. Robert Gotter ahs gone to Rozellville to help his brother Richard make chees this summer.
Milton Johnson of Granton came out Friday night and stayed until Sunday visiting his many friends here.
Mr. W.P. Boller last a valuable cow last Thursday.
Mr. A. Bentz lost one of his young horses this week. By all appearances it got kicked int eh head by one of the other horses, breaking a bone just behind the ear.
Mrs. R. Gotter is spending a few weeks at home before joining her husband at Rozellville.
Mr.a nd Mrs. C. Wiesner called on Mr. and Mrs. A. Voight Sunday.
Carlton Boller called on the Riedel boys Saturday evening.
Grandma Lustig was seen on our street Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Breseman, Mrs. R. Gotter and little girl went to Nasonville Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. Dekarske.
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Boller visited at Geo. Redmanís Sunday.
Mr. Ed Wiesner purchased a new horse Tuesday from R. Paulson. Itís a dandy looker.
Mr. J. Goebel and family and Miss Neva Henze called at Granton Monday.
H. Krause lost a beautiful colt the other day and now expects the mother will die most any minute.
Arthur and Alfred Riedel called on Carlton Boller Monday evening.
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