News: North York (21 Sep 1917)


Surnames: Teatz, Hatch, Turner, Eysnogle, Krause, Ure, Rose, Graves, Phipps, Wierenzenski, Rondorf, Zickert, Dahl, Thomson, Basset

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 09/21/1917

Mabel Teatz is helping Mrs. Ralph Hatch wither her household duties for a couple of weeks, during silo filling and threshing.

Morris and Neute Tuner and Clayton Basset autoed to Neillsville to the show on Monday evening.

J.M. Eysnogle's have been entertaining company from Richland County.

Miss Lottie Krause and sister Mrs. Ed Ure of Lynn autoed out Monday to visit their sister, Mrs. Elmer Rose.

H.G. Graves and family and Robert Teatz and family autoed through the northern part of the county last Sunday. They went through Greenwood, Longwood, Reedsburg, Thorp, Withee Owen and home through Loyal.

George. Phipps is the proud owner of a a Ford car.

Misses Frieda Wierenzenski and Mable Teatz drove to Granton Friday.

Joe Rondorf, R.A. Zickert, and R. Teatz autoed to Neillsville Saturday p.m.

Miss Emma Dahl came home from Marshfield Thursday for an over Sunday visit with her parents.

Joe Eysnogle raised his silo Friday.

A large crowd attended the sale at Robert Thomson's last Tuesday.

Joe Eysnogle is the owner of a new McCormick corn binder which he purchased at Loyal.

John Dahl purchased a new Fuller & Johnson engine for filling his silo.

W.H. and Ben Turner were business callers at Loyal Monday.



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