News: Globe (17 Nov. 1932)

Transcriber: Crystal Wendt

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 17 Nov. 1932

Mr and Mrs. Linus Prock returned last week Tuesday from Milwaukee, their daughter, Lucille returned with them for a few weeks' visit. Two sisters of Mrs. Prock also accompanied them back.

Mr and Mrs. Edwin Kluckman and family and her mother, Mrs. Bertha Bodwin, Mrs. Lena Scheel and family were Sunday visitors at the Albert Kluckman home.

Mr and Mrs. G. E. Grap, Ernest Grap and wife visited Sunday at the Martin Kalsow home.

Walter Mitte came Sunday from Milwaukee to complete his carpenter work for Wm. Mitte's new bungalow home.

August Kindt and family were Sunday visitors at the Theo. Kalsow home.

Mr and Mrs. Herman Dux are the proud parents of a baby girl. Congratulations.

Mr and Mrs. Rob Schlinkert, son and daughters autoed to Owen Sunday to visit his brothers Ted who was operated on for appendicitis at the hospital and was in a serious condition, but the last reports are that he is much improved. Mrs. Eric Schoenherr Sr., accompanied them.

Grandpa Kluckman called on Gus Graps last Wednesday.

Mr and Mrs. Roland Schwellenbach had charge of the Globe store while the Globe merchant was away to Milwaukee.

Mr and Mrs. Carl Ehlers and children visited at the Bob Schlinkert home Monday eve.

Mrs. Bertha Bodwin visited, a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. John Jacklin at the John Seif home.



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