News: North York (4 May 1917)


Surnames: Mortimer, Teatz, Turner, Rose, Graves, Eysnogle, Bolton, Free, Dahl, Holbert, Winn, Davis, Benedict, Case

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 05/04/1917

Ray Mortimer bought two cows from Pint Turner Monday.

R. Teatz delivered cheese to Loyal Monday.

Elmer Rose and wife and H.G. Graves were callers at R. Teatz’s last Thursday.

W.H. and Ben Turner drove to Granton Friday.

Joe Eysnogle and wife drove to Granton Friday afternoon.

Morris and Neute Turner drove to Loyal Thursday.

Mrs. Emma Bolton visited Mrs. M. Turner Friday afternoon.

R. Teatz and daughter drove to Granton Friday.

We forgot to mention last week that Joe Eysnogle bought a horse of Free Bros.

H.G. Graves and wife drove to Loyal one day last week.

John Dahl and wife drove to Loyal Thursday after their daughter Emma who has been working there.

Cecile Holbert is working for Mrs. Clifford Winn

Morris Turner and R. Teatz dragged the road Saturday.

Joe Eysnogle got a load of hay from his other place at Spokeville Saturday.

Merton Davis and wife visited at Will Benedict’s Sunday.

H.G. Graves drove to Loyal Monday after a new wagon rim.

A surprise party was given Lavern Case Tuesday evening. About 20 were present. Games were played and all report a good time.



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