News: North Grant (9 Jan 1914)


Surnames:  Pischer, Davis, Drank Krause, Worchel, Schoengarth, Gluch, Ayers, Dudel, Loeffler, Garbisch, Lautenbach, Morrisson, Dahlke, Kier, Paulson, Kelpine, Williams

 ----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/09/1914

Oswald Pischer entertained a number of his friends at a party on the eve of January 1st.  A fine time is reported by all.

Lawrence Davis, Alma Pischer and Viva Drank of Granton attended the party at Pischer's New Years Eve.

Aug. Krause and granddaughter Selma transacted business at Granton Friday.

Arnold Worchel has returned from his visit at Globe.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoengarth, Wm. Schoengarth and daughter Hulda, Oswald Pischer, Mr. and Mrs. H. Gluch, Dan Gluch, Mrs. L.L. Ayers, Ben Dudel, and Carl Loeffler were Granton callers Saturday.

Clara Garbisch is again at Granton assisting Mrs. Bergeman.

Mrs. Pischer and family visited at August Lautenbach's Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gluch drove out to Henry Winter's Sunday.

Vernie Morrisson called on Miss Clara Pischer Sunday evening.

Grandma Williams left for her home at Dancey, Saturday after a three weeks visit at Wm. Dahlke's and Ed. Williams.

Fred Kier bought a work horse of Ross Paulson last week, a handsome bay named Bill.

Oswald Pischer has a phone since December 32, 1913.  Wait till the girls find it out Oswald, you'll hear from them.

Paul Kelpine left for Rib Lake last week to spend the winter in the woods.

Wm. Dahlke called on Bert Ayers Monday.

Goldie Dahlke is spending the week at Ed. Williams.




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