News: Globe (28 Sep 1917)


Surnames: Prock, Parisius, Hemp, Kalsow, Martens, Henchen, Quast, De Kennon, Dudei, Worchel, Timlin, Thoma, Mitte, Seif, Siems, Steinberg, Schoenwetter, Belter, Radtke, Koeppel, Mund, Neis, Lyden, Grap, Stelloh, Mallig

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 09/28/1917

Mr. and Mrs. Linus Prock were at Camp Douglas Tuesday of last week.

Rev. W. Parisius returned Friday from a few days visit in Sauk County.

Adolph Hemp of Neillsville is drilling a well for Ewald Worchel.

A pie party was given at the Theodore Kalsow home Thursday evening and all report a fine time.

Augusta Martens and the Fred Stelloh family of Neillsville spent Sunday at the Bruno Henchen home.

Mr. and Mrs. Linus Prock went to Greenwood Wednesday morning to attend the marriage of her sister Edna Quast with August De Kennon.

The August Dudei and Ed Prock families, Mary Worchel, Julia Timlin, the Thoma boys, Ottilie and Theo Mitte were among those that attended the ball game at Willard on Sunday.

Ernest Hemp and John Seif have purchased Ford cars.

Mrs. Siems of Minnesota came last Thursday to visit her brothers, Wm. And Fred Kalsow and other relatives.

Otto Steinberg and family, Mrs. Erwin Schoenwetter, Gus Belter, Albert Hemp and wife, and Carl Radtke and wife of York spent Sunday at John Dudei's.

Ed Koeppel returned to Helenville Saturday, W.B Thoma going with him for a brief visit.

Byron Mund and Cletus Neis attended the fair at Chippewa Falls last week.

Mrs. Pat Lyden returned Saturday from a visit at Medford.

Gus Grap and family attended the celebration at the Fischer Church in Grant Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Aug. De Kennon, newlyweds, visited at the Linus Prock home a few days last week. Mr. De Kennon returned to Camp Douglas Friday morning, where he is a private.

There will be church next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock instead of the usual morning service. The quarterly meeting will be held after teh service.

Aug. Worchel and G. Mallig and their wifes spent Sunday at L. Kalsow's.



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