News: Globe (4 May 1917)


Surnames: Destinon, Wallace, Foster, Steinberg, Leininger, Mallig, Glasow, Storm, Klauer, Grap, Schoenwetter, Lueck

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 05/04/1917

A basket social was held at the Lutheran Schoolhouse Wednesday evening, at which $18.50 was taken in. Lights will be purchased for the schoolhouse for the benefit of the Young People’s Society.

Mr. Destinon returned to her home from Milwaukee on Friday.

D.G. Wallace has been on the sick list. A buttermaker from Neillsville had charge of the factory on Sunday.

Mrs. Alvin Foster and little son returned to her home at Colby last week after a month’s visit with her father, Fred Steinberg.

A party was held at the Albert Lueck home Sunday in honor of Willie’s 19th birthday.

Mrs. Art Leininger and children left Tuesday of last week for Oshkosh to join her husband.

Albert Steinberg has gone to Hopkins, Minn., to work.

Mrs. G. Mallig returned Thursday from a few days visit with her daughter near Granton.

Wm. Glasow Sr. and Hugo Kaluer and their wives attended the funeral of August Storm at Marshfield last week Thursday.

Leo Grap and family returned to their home at Wausau Monday, after a week’s visit with relatives.

Mrs. Bertha Schoenwetter was suddenly taken sick Saturday afternoon.



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