News: Sherwood (3 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Frechette, Gall, Brooks, Seman, Bugghs, Schwanebeck, Redman, Kirk, Emerson, Scholtz, Vogeli, Blakely, Flugel
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/03/1917
Mrs. Bertha Frechette, Albert Gall, Louis and Ralph Scholtz and Erwin Brooks of Lynn motored to Rib Falls Sunday to visit Albert Sxholtz.
Miss Kate Seman is home from Fond du Lac on a visit to her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Bugghs were callers at Birchwood farm last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwanebeck called on Mr. and Mrs. G.M. Redman Sunday evening.
Mrs. Bertha Frechette and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gall, Mr. and Mrs. John Vogeli visited Mr. and Mrs. G.M. Redman, who are entertaining Miss Mabel Kirk and Mr. I.G. Emerson, relatives from Chicago.
Mrs. A. Gall, Miss Clara Gall, Ralph and Louis Scholtz were Marshfield visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vogeli, Mrs. G.M. Redman, Miss Mabel Kirk and Mr. I.G. Emerson motored to Marshfield Monday.
Mr. Paul Schwanebeck is quite ill with a sore throat.
Mrs. Blakely has had to be taken back to the hospital again.
(Last week’s items)
Everybody is taking advantage of the good hay weather.
The rain of last Sunday did lots of good in this section of the country.
Mrs. Albert Gall and children spent Sunday with the Erwin Brooks family of Lynn.
Mr. Louis Scholtz motored to Granton Sunday morning to meet Miss Mabel Kirk of Chicago and Mrs. Irving G. Emerson of Washington, who are spending their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. G.M. Redman of Birchwood farm.
Mrs. C. Gall and Miss Clara Gall were Granton visitors last week.
Louis Scholtz and John Vogeli were Neillsville visitors Monday.
Quite a few of our boys have been drafted.
Mrs. John Flugel will entertain the Ladies Aid next Wednesday.
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