News: Globe (31 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Radtke, Dudei, Steinberg, Kuhl, Hagedorn, Thompson, Jacklyn, Hemp, Grap, Prock, Hoffman, Bruley, Thoma, Wegner, Glasow, Grumbull, Mund, Schwamb
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/31/1917
Carl Radtke and wife of York, also Hulda and Elsie Dudei, spent Sunday at Otto Steinberg’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuhl and baby of Montana visited his brother and sisters here the first of the week.
Paul Hagedorn has had his hosue and barn painted.
Mrs. Gilbert Thompson and children returned last week to Milwaukee after visiting her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. John Jacklyn.
Elsie and Clara Hemp went to Wausau Monday to visit their aunt, Mrs. Leo Grap.
Mrs. Linus Prock and children autoed to Greenwood Friday.
Herman Hoffman Sr. is quite sick.
Mrs. George Bruley of Kansas came Saturday to vaster her mother, Mrs. Grap.
Arthur Thoma is spending a week in the southern part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. August Wegner of Pine Valley visited Sunday at Ernest Hemp’s.
Arnold Dudei went to Willard Sunday to help the Tioga boys play ball.
Mrs. Fred Glasow is at the Neillsville Hospital where she underwent a successful operation for appendicitis and gall stones.
Mrs. Harry Grumbull and baby returned to her home at Chicago last week.
Otto Steinberg, Ellis, Jacklyn, Elmer Mund and Arthur Schwamb have telephones now.
Herman Hemp helped the Kuhl boys haul in oats Monday and Tuesday.
It froze at some places here on Friday night.
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