News: Granton (29 Apr 1971)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Mathews, Henne, Elmhorst, Poler, Hayden, Bartz, Beeckler, Berg, Williams, Spry, Schmidtke, Lautenbach, Loppnow, Gotter, Henninger, Bender, Quicker, Schlinsog, Retzlaff, Feyen Zahradka, Bladl

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 4/29/1971

Granton (29 April 1971)

Mrs. Louis Mathews and Ethel Henne, both of Lake Geneva, and Mrs. Frederick Elmhorst, Sr., visited at the Ollie Poler home Thursday evening.

Mrs. Ruby Elmhorst of Neillsville, along with her mother and sister visited Friday evening with Mrs. Bert Hayden. Mrs. Elda Bartz also visited with Mrs. Hayden on that date.

The Misses Daphne and Pearl Beeckler, Mrs. Ethel Berg and Miss Mabel Williams were dinner guests Sunday noon of Mrs. Violet Spry.

Mrs. Otto Schmidtke and Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidtke were diner and supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Otto A. Schmidtke and family of Stratford.

Mrs. Ida Lautenbach, her sister, Miss Sophie Loppnow, and Mrs. Ferdinand Gotter, all for Loyal, visited Sunday with Mrs. Emil Henninger. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bender were afternoon and super guests Sunday at the Henninger home.

Visitors Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Quicker were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schlinsog of Loyal. The two couples took a drive south toward City Point and then east in the area and counted 175 deer along the way.

Miss Linda Retzlaff of Madison spent Thursday through Sunday with her grandfather, Ben Beeckler.

Mrs. Michael Feyen and daughter, Annette, of Sheboygan spent the last two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Anna Zahradka. The three visited last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Zahradka’s brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bladl of Owen.



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