News: North Grant (11 May 1917)


Surnames: Schroeder, Riedel, Kelpin, Schoengarth, Reindel, Gluch, Krause, Schultz, Loeffler, Vine, Ayers Garbush, Keuer, Ott, Amidon, Anthony, Sutter

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 05/11/1917

Baby Virginia Schroeder, who was very ill and under the doctor’s care, is improving.

F.D. Riedel made a new extra-large sized wagon box for Paul Kelpin. The patrons of Paul’s milk route have increased to such an extent as to be beyond the capacity of an ordinary wagon box.

Miss Hulda Schoengarth, accompanied by her niece, Miss Leah Reindel, went to Neillsville last week Thursday on shopping bent.

Mrs. Herman Gluch called on Mrs. Schroeder on Sunday.

Herman and Emil Riedel and their respective families of the town of Lynn, Mrs. John Krause and Mrs. Mary Schultz of the town of Sherwood, with her mother Sunday, after having spent the winter attending German School at Mapleworks.

Mrs. Kelpin and Mrs. Loeffler visited grandma Keuer Sunday.

Mrs. Herman Gluch and Miss Louise Sutter were Granton callers Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vine made a business trip to Granton Tuesday.

Ernest Ayers and Robert Garbush are utilizing their Fords hauling milk to the South York Cheese Factory.

Dan Gluch and family autoed to Granton Tuesday evening.

Grandma Keuer spent Monday at Albert Ott’s.

Geo. Amidon and family of Granton autoed out to E.A. Schroeder’s Monday with Mrs. Anthony of Weyauwega, who came that day for an indefinite stay at her daughter’s, Mrs. Schroeder’s.



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