News: North York (25 May 1917)
Surnames: Wierenzenski, Voight, Deets, Rogers, Teatz, McMahon, Johnson, Turner, Rose, Garvin, Eysnogle, Livingston, Bolton, Graves, Stevens, Mortimer, Knickle, Dahl, Bertz, Rowe, Case, Schaeffner, Holbert
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 05/25/1917
Those who were at Granton Saturday afternoon were J. Voight and son Reinhold, Nick Wierenzenski and family, Will Livingston, Omar Deets and wife, and Gertrude Rogers and Mable Teatz, Ross, Gardner
Joe McMahon, Robert Johnson, and Mrs. W.H. Turner drove to Loyal Saturday.
W.D. Rose and wife spent Sunday with their son Elmer Rose and wife.
Mrs. Fred Garvin and Miss Zettie Eysnogle from Loyal called at Joe Eysnogle’s Sunday.
Will Livingston and Abie Turner were Sunday visitors at W. H. Turner’s.
Mrs. Emma Bolton is the guests of her sister, Mrs. Hubert Graves.
H.G. Graves and family autoed to Loyal one day last week.
Several from this vicinity attended the lecture at Granton Sunday evening.
Chauncey Stevens and family autoed down from Spokeville Sunday and ate dinner at Mrs. M. Turner’s and also attended the funeral of baby Mortimer.
Elmer Knickle and wife and little daughter autoed down from Spencer Friday after Emma Dahl, where she will stay for a couple of weeks.
John Dahl and wife, and sons Arthur and Arnold, visited Geo. Dahl and wife Sunday near Loyal.
Ed Bertz, the cattle buyer from Loyal was around here Friday.
Robert Teatz and wife and son Royal called at Will Rowe’s Sunday evening.
Joe Eysnogle delivered cheese to Loyal on Monday.
Lavern Case drove to Granton one day last week.
Merton Davis and wife spent last Wednesday at Chas. Schaeffner’s.
H.G. Graves had a phone put in one day last week.
R. Teatz delivered a cow and calf to Loyal on Tuesday.
John Holbert and family moved off the Dr. Ross farm last week. They are undecided where they will locate. Art Gardner and family from Granton took charge of the Ross farm.
There will be a dance at Heintown Friday evening, May 25th. Everybody is invited to attend.
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