News: Globe (15 Jun 1917)


Surnames: Liebholz, Thoma, Glasow, Mallig, Schoengarth, Kleist, Kalsow, Hemp, Radtke, Dudei, Schoenwetter, Parisius, Snyder, Reichert, Worchel, Ormond, Wegner

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/15/1917

Henry Liebholz of Helenville came Thursday to visit W.B. Thoma and family.

To Will Glasow Jr. was given the secretaryship of the Clark Co. Butter Co.

G. Mallig and wife visited Mrs. F. Schoengarth Sr. at Neillsville Sunday.

Mrs. Julius Kleist and children returned to their home at Eau Claire Friday.

A number of young people picnicked at the Black River Sunday.

Lebrecht Kalsow and family visited Sunday at the Albert Hemp home.

Ed Gall of Park Falls visited relatives here a few days, returning home Monday.

A dance was given in W.B. Thoma’s shed Sunday evening in honor of Henry Liebholz of Helenville.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Radtke of York autoed over in their ne Ford Sunday and visited at the John Dudei home. Erwin Schoenwetter and wife, and Rev. and Mrs. W. Parisius also visited at John Dudei’s Sunday.

Harry Snyder, the Watkins man, canvassed this country last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reichert of Chili visited Sunday at the Aug. Worchel home.

Douglas Ormond returned last week from the southern part of the state.

Mayme, Elsie and Clara Hemp spent Tuesday with their aunt, Mrs. A. Wegner, in Pine Valley.



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