News: Star Corner (25 May 1917)
Surnames: Voigt, Guard, Morison, Worchel, Goebel, Smith, Miller, Dietrich, Riedel, Bass, Davis, Fischer, Breseman, Bass, Krause, Nitschke, Ure, Beilke, Vogel, Ebert, Boller, Helm
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 05/25/1917
Mr. A. Voigt and family attended the wedding of Jimmie Guard and Miss Eva Morison.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Worchel and Charles spent Thursday at John Goebel’s.
Quite a number from here took in the silver wedding dance of Mr. and Mrs. P. Smith.
Mr. J. Miller was taken to the Eau Claire Hospital Saturday. Mrs. Miller accompanied him there, but came home on the next train. Gangrene had set in his foot.
Nearly everyone from around here went to church Sunday.
Mr. Henry Dietrich and family spent sund with Mr. Herman Riedel and family.
Miss Anita Bass is working for Mrs. Davis for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Voigt and family visited at Mr. Fischer’s at Nasonville Sunday afternoon and went to Nasonville church in the evening, it being their old home church.
Mr. W. Breseman and wife are home again and expect to stay for some time now.
Miss Sadie Bass was expected home last week from her uncle’s C. Krause, but has been obliged to stay a while longer for one of the little boys has pneumonia.
Miss Lydia Nitschke came home Sunday and stayed until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ure visited at H. Krause’s Sunday.
Mrs. E. Nitschke went Sunday to help take care of the little sick baby at Beilke’s. She returned home Monday.
Mr. A. Vogel has rented the John Herman place for the coming season.
A Mr. Smith and family from Chicago has bought the old Ebert place. They moved on it Tuesday.
Mrs. P. Breseman entertained the church society Wednesday.
Mrs. W.P. Boller called at Ernest Nitschke’s Sunday.
The John Goebel family took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Helm on Sunday.
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