News: Globe (24 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Prock, Schwellenbach, Kalsow, Henchen, Blau, Linster, Schoenwetter, Nemitz, Parisius, Scheel, Hemp, Kunkel, Thoma, Fuller, Quast, Trumbull, Jacklyn, Mallig, Farning, Kuhl, Grap, Moh, Meihack
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/24/1917
Mesdames Linus Prock, Edward Schwellenbach and Albert Kalsow autoed to Marshfield Friday in the Prock car.
A farewell party was given for Frieda Henchen Friday evening as she returned to her work at Dubuque, Iowa on Saturday.
Blau and Linster threshed for Erwin Schoenwetter on Monday.
Henry Nemitz and wife, Rev. W. Parisius, Wm. Scheel Jr., Theodore Kalsow, C.W. Kalsow, Albert Hemp and family, Herman Kunkel and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Thoma and son John attended the missionfest at the Pine Valley Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. O. Fuller and Florence Quast of Greenwood visited at the Linus Prock home the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Harry Trumbull of Chicago is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jacklyn.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Mallig visited relatives in Grant on Sunday.
Rev. Parisius gives an English lecture this coming Sunday afternoon at the church.
Will Farning and family of Neillsville visited at the Jacklyn home last Sunday.
The Hewettville and the Tioga boys played ball on August Dude’s field Sunday afternoon. The game ended in the victory for Hewettville.
Frank Kuhl and wife of Marshfield, and Mrs. Wm. Kuhl of Neillsville called Thursday evening at the latter’s farm.
The Lutheran School closed Friday.
A number of young people spent Sunday evening at Albert Hemp’s.
Erna Grap is working at the Neillsville Canning Factory.
Linus Prock will give another dance on Friday evening, Aug. 31.
Mrs. John Moh and baby returned Thursday from a week’s visit at Alma Center.
Thyra Parisius entertained a number of friends Sunday evening.
A few from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Wm. Meihack at the Pine Valley Lutheran Church Thursday.
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