News: Globe (19 Jan 1917)




Surnames: Parisius, Pischer, Mallig, Schoenwetter, Scheel, Thoma, Quast, Monk, Klueckman, Spranger, Hemp, White, Brandt, Fanful, Schiller


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/19/1917


We had no church Sunday as Rev. W. Parisius was sick.


Ice was hauled from Black River for the Clark Co. Butter Co. and the Globe Cheese Factory on Wednesday.


Oswald Pischer and family of Grant visited a few days last week at the G. Mallig home.  Elsie Mallig who visited at Pischer’s came home with them.


Marie Parisius came home last week from Baraboo and is quite sick.


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schoenwetter left Sunday for Clinton, where Herb has a position in a creamery, where Leslie Scheel works.


W.B. Thoma and family are entertaining three young men from Jefferson Co.


Bertha Quast of Neillsville visited with home folks over Sunday.


Dr. Monk called professionally on Mrs. Jim Fanful and Laura Klueckman last week.


Erwin Schoenwetter is hauling milk to the condensary for several farmers around here.


Louis Spranger sawed wood for Charles White the first of the week.


Elsie Hemp returned to Mrs. Schiller’s at Neillsville Monday after a 3 week vacation.


Rev. W. Parisius has bought Rev. Brandt’s driving team.




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