News: North York (3 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Teatz, Bassett, Dahl, Rogers, Eden, Graves, Heck, Zickert, Voigt, Walters, Scheckelman, Schoenfeld, Turner, Turner, Eysnogle, Free, McMahon, Davis, Grossnick, Mortimer, Lang, Raymond, Rondorf, Livingston
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/03/1917
(Last week’s items)
R. Teatz sold his driving horse to Clayton Bassett last week.
John Dahl and son Ferdinand drove to Granton Sunday.
Miss Gertie Rogers visited at the Wm. Eden home Sunday.
H.G. Graves and family autoed to Loyal one day last week.
Eli Heck and family spent Sunday at R.A. Zickert’s.
Hank Voigt and John Dahl each delivered a load of cheese to Loyal on Monday.
Geo. Walters and wife and baby visited Leo Scheckelman and wife Sunday.
E.M. Schoenfeld and R.A. Zickert autoed to Granton Tuesday evening.
Neute Turner autoed to Granton Tuesday.
Miss Emma Dahl returned home Tuesday evening from her visit at Clintonville, Shawano and other places.
R. Teatz autoed to Granton Tuesday evening.
Leo Scheckelman and wife and brother autoed to Loyal Tuesday with a veal calf.
Hattie Turner was a caller at the Schoenfeld home Sunday afternoon.
Miss Zettie Eysnogle returned from the Neillsville Hospital last week, very much improved in health.
(This week’s items)
J.M. Eysnogle and wife, and Merton Davis and wife autoed to Granton Saturday.
John Dahl, wife and daughter Emma and little son Arthur were Granton callers Saturday.
Mrs. Jack Free, who has spent the last few years in China, is here on a visit to her mother, Mrs. McMahon and other relatives.
W.H. Turner and Ben Turner delivered a calf to Loyal Tuesday.
Miss Zettie Eysnogle is spending a few days with Loyal friends.
Hale Davis from Granton put in a new pump for J.M. Eysnogle.
Haying is nearly all done in this corner.
Emil Schoenfeld, wife and Mable Teatz called at the Teatz home one evening last week.
Ed Voigt and Sid Free each delivered a load of cheese to Loyal Monday.
H.G. Graves and family autoed to Chili Sunday evening and visited at the George Williams home.
Emil Schoenfeld and R.A. Zickert autoed to Granton Tuesday evening.
Ed Voigt and wife and little son Mervin, and Mrs. H. Grossnick and children, visited at the Schoenfeld home Sunday.
Geo. Mortimer and lady friend and Gunther Eden and lady friend autoed to Neillsville Thursday evening and attended the Chautauqua.
Leo Lang is assisting John Dahl with haying.
Those who were at Loyal Saturday evening were Morris and Neute Turner and mother, H.G. Graves and family, W.M. Schoenfeld and wife, Mable Teatz and Mrs. Hattie Turner, Rollie Benedict and wife and Mrs. Raymond.
R. Teatz and family autoed to Granton Saturday.
Joe Rondorf autoed to Loyal Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. W.H. Burner spent Thursday at Fay Livingtson’s.
Emil Schoenfeld and wife, Abie Turner and wife and son Grant autoed to Neillsville Wednesday evening.
Dwight and Ethel Graves autoed to Granton on Monday.
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