News: Globe (2 Nov 1917)


Surnames: Wagner, Burge, Mallig, Pischer, Henchen, Prock, Halle, Neis, Schoenwetter, Timlin, Schoenherr, Jacklyn, Steinberg

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/02/1917

Walter Wagner is working for Free Burge, gathering milk for the condensary.

Elsie Mallig visited her sister, Mrs. Oswald Pischer near Granton, last week.

Ewald Henchen returned Thursday from Fremont, Wis., where he worked in a cheese factory.

There was no dance at Prock's Hall Friday evening on account of the bad roads.

Bruno Halle returned to his work at Fond du Lac Monday, his wife and children remaining here for a longer visit.

Marcella Neis of Neillsville visited friends here over Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schoenwetter returned last week from Clinton.

Julia Timlin went to Stanley Saturday as the Seif School, which she teaches at, closed Friday for a two week vacation.

Elfrieda Schoenherr, with a few of her friends, celebrated her 17th birthday, Sunday evening.

Since Thursday John Jacklyn is hauling the milk for the Oatman Condensary Co. patrons as the roads are too bad for the trucks.

Clara Henchen went to Rhinelander last week to spend a short time.

Sunday the Globe Lutheran Church celebrated teh 400th anniversary of the Reformation. There will be services in the forenoon and afternoon. Coffee, sandwiches and cake will be served in the schoolhouse at noon.

Fred Steinberg has purchased a house in Neillsville.



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