News: Globe (13 Jul 1917)


Surnames: Parisius, Grap, Moun, St. Clair, Dudei, Burnett, Nemitz, Kalsow, Scheel, Schoenwetter, Schultz, Neis, Manthey

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 07/13/1917

Emily Parisius went to Chaseburg Saturday to teach school and Marie Parisius left on the same day for Morton, Minn., for an indefinite visit with her brother, Rev. Heber Parisius.

Grandma Grap returned Monday from Wausau.

Our butter and cheesemaker John Moun has purchased a new Chevrolet.

Mrs. Harry St. Claire of Neillsville spent Tuesday with Mrs. August Dudei.

Ernest Burnett and family of Rhinelander are visiting at the home of Mrs. Burnett’s brother, Leonard Schultz.

Henry Nemitz and wife visited Sunday at Ed Kalsow’s.

There was a farewell party at the parsonage Friday evening for Emily and Marie Parisius.

Fred Kalsow has bought John Moun’s horse.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scheel Sr. returned Saturday from their visit in Nebraska, St Paul and Turtle Lake.

Ben Dudei is helping in the butter and cheese factory.

Herb Schoenwetter and wife were here from Chilton for the Fourth.

A party was given at the Leonard Schultz home Monday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Burnett.

Mr. and Mrs. John Moun and baby autoed to Alma Center Sunday.

Marcella Neis spent last week with her mother in Neillsville.

There was a dance in Albert Manthey’s bar on the evening of the 4th.



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