News: North York(11 May 1917)


Surnames: Stevens, Livingston, Turner, Eysnogle, Schaeffner, Teatz, Davis, Dahl, Graves, Case, Schoenfeldt, Currey, Holbert, Bolton

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

Chauncey Stevens and family autoed down from Spokeville Sunday and spent the day at Morris Turner’s.

Fay Livingston and wife visited Pin Turner and wife Sunday.

Joe Eysnogle and family autoed over to Chas. Schaeffner’s Sunday. Chas. has been on the sick list.

R. Teatz and family visited at John Davis’ Sunday.

Mrs. J. Dahl and son Ed visited at Clintonville over Sunday. They were called there by the death of a sister-in-law.

Hubert Graves and family autoed to Granton one day last week.

Mrs. John Davis was a Granton caller last Saturday forenoon.

Arthur and Mable Teatz drove to Granton last Wednesday forenoon.

Our mail carrier goes with the auto nowadays.

Lavern Case started work for Emil Schoenfeldt on Monday.

Ben and Pint Turner drove to Loyal Saturday.

Mrs. M. Turner and Mrs. E. Bolton visited Mrs. R. Teatz Saturday p.m.

Mr. Case and son Lavern drove to Granton last Wednesday.

R. Teatz sold John Davis some oats this week.

There will be a dance at Heintown Hall Friday evening, May 11th. Everybody is cordially invited to attend.

Dr. Currey from Greenwood was called one day last week to see one of J. Dahl’s horses which was sick.

The party at John Holbert’s Tuesday evening was largely attended. Games were played and all had a good time.



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