News: Cannonville (01 Jun 1917)
Surnames: Peterson, Eschenberg, Schroeder, Kelner, Machel, Mallory, Westare, Campbell, Griffin, Furgeson, Bender, Crockett, Toptine, Wallace, Wonser, Brown, Oldenburg, Martin, Reimer, Tompkins, Garbush, Chapel, Whitney, Viergutz, Lowery, Stevens, Holtz, Hahm, Crevecour, Finnigan, Crandall, Trowbridge, Schmidtke, Langrehr, Miller, Gerber, Moh,
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/01/1917
(Last week’s items)
Mrs. Peterson of Duluth and her little boy returned to her home Monday of last week, after spending a bout two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Eschenberg, who is very ill and is in the care of her daughter Mrs. Otto Schroeder of this place.
Mike Kelner has recently begun his duties as second man in Cannonville Cheese Factory.
The school picnic had to be postponed from Monday until Wednesday on account of bad weather.
Mrs. Robert Machel is visiting her brother Dan Wallace at Globe.
The discussion between the Disciple and Seven Day Adventists will begin June 3rd at the Union Church. Rev. Mallory and Elder Westare will be the speakers.
Mrs. Campbell of Viola and Mrs. Buford Griffin of Granton are visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Leck Furgeson.
Miss Essie Bender, who has employment in the Richland Center Condensary, came home Sunday for a week’s visit.
(This week’s items)
Services were held in the Union Church Saturday and Sunday evenings.
The picnic Saturday given by Miss Ruth Crockett and pupils of Irene was well attended despite the rain.
The assessor is seen on our streets daily at present.
Great plans are being made for very patriotic Decoration day excercies.
The “Mock Trial” will be given at the town hall Tuesday night, May 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Toptine and two boys are visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. They autoed through from their home in Montana.
Mrs. Eschenberg is still very ill.
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