News: Globe (28 May 1914)

Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Klueckmann, Monk, Kaslow, Grap, Dudei, Hemp, Wegner, Hagedorn


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  May 28, 1914


Globe (28 May 1914)


Mrs. Albert Klueckmann is quite sick.  Dr. Monk was called out to see her last Saturday.


Fred Kaslow, Ferd Grap and wives, Mrs. L. Kaslow and sons, Roland and Wilbur, left last Thursday for Watertown, Wis., to attend the silver wedding of a relative.


Mr. and Mrs. Aug Dudei and son, Ben, called at Gus. Grap’s Monday eve to visit her Aunt Mrs. Ludwig Hemp.


Arthur Wegner is working for Edwin Klueckmann.


Erna Grap fell and sprained her ankle last Monday.


There was a party at Richard Hagedorn last Sunday even in honor of little Nalda’s birthday.



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