News: Star Corner (4 May 1917)
Surnames: Schier, Wiesner, Miller, Rath, Voigt, Boller, Snyder, Krause, Keuer, Nitschke, Zille, Boller, Gotter, Teatz, Hankey, Breseman, Witt, Wagner, Bentz, Bass, Grassman
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 05/04/1917
(Last week’s items)
Miss Lydia Schier came home from Whitehall Saturday to spend the summer.
Miss Ottilie Wiesner of Marshfield visited at her parents Mr.a nd Mrs. C. Wiesner from Saturday until Monday.
Mr. J.A. Miller has been under Dr. Rath’s care for about a week with rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Voigt visited their son Mr. A Voigt and family on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Boller and son Blanchard visited Mr. and Mrs. H. Snyder at Neillsville on Sunday.
Mr. H. Krause has purchased an incubator.
Mr. A. Voigt and family autoed to H. Voigt’s Tuesday evening.
Mr. E. Keuer and Mr. and Mrs. E. Wiesner spent Sunday at C. Wiesner’s.
(This week’s items)
Mr. Paul Nitschke received his stump machine Saturday and is doing some fine work pulling stumps.
Mrs. E. Keuer and family, Harold and Erlie Zille spent Sunday afternoon at W. Boller’s.
Mr. F. Zille and E. Keuer called at A. Voigt’s Sunday.
Mrs. Elsie Gotter and little Lavern are visiting with her parents a few days.
Mrs. A. Teatz and Hilda called on Mrs. J. Schier Sunday.
Grandma Keuer came home Monday from her daughters, Mrs. Fred Hankey’s of Lynn.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Keuer called at F. Hankey’s Monday.
Mrs. W.P. Boller helped Mrs. P. Breseman paper one of her rooms last Tuesday.
Mr. M. Krause stated working for A. Voigt Tuesday.
Mr. A. Witt’s helper called at A. Voigt’s Tuesday evening.
Henry and Ed Schier attended the birthday party and anniversary at Ed Wagner’s Saturday night.
Mr. J.A. Miller is still suffering with rheumatism.
Miss Lottie Krause called on Mrs. F. Zille Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Grassman took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. A. Bentz and had supper with Mr. and Mrs. C. Bass.
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