News: Heathville (25 May 1917)


Surnames: Knoll, Lee, Ehrhardt, Verkuilen, Singer, Franke, Curtis, Pizer, Fields, Sparks, Gibson, Drake, Rollins, Harding, Lindow, Davis, Spry, Vogel, Madler, Schmidtke

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 05/25/1917

Mrs. H.A. Knoll has been on the sick list the past 2 or 3 weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest lee and son were Chili callers Wednesday.

Miss Hilda Ehrhardt helped Mrs. Knoll with her housework last week.

George Verkuilen and wife were Chili callers Thursday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Singer and baby autoed to Unity Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Franke.

Mr. and Mrs. T.F. Lee spent Sunday with her son Ernest.

Lem Curtis and family spent Sunday at John Pizer’s.

Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Fields and Miss Esther Sparks drove to Chili Saturday. Miss Esther remained down there with Mrs. Tom Gibson.

Jay Curtis, who works in a barber shop in Granton, spent Sunday with his parents.

Walter and Earl Drake autoed to Maplehurst Sunday with John Rollins and Abe Harding. They went on a fishing trip but with poor success, as usual.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lindow and baby Loran spent Sunday evening at Gordon Davis'.

Ray Vogel was a Sunday evening caller at Lem Curtis'.

Mr. Jesse Sparks of Sherwood spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Reuben Fields.

Jap Spry called at Gordon Davis’ Sunday afternoon, giving Gordon a few lessons in auto driving.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madler and daughter Paulina spent Sunday at Schmidtke's.



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