News: Globe (07 Dec 1917)


Surnames: Worchel, Meyer, Klauer, Pischer, Kuhl, Schiller, Hagedorn, Grap, Parisius, Christofferson, Steinberg, Hoffman, Schwellenbach, Kalsow, Bartell, Dudei, Schoenwetter, Radtke, Timlin

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 7 Dec 1917

Marie Worchel has bone to Thorp to work.

Mrs. Sophia Meyer and Arthur Klauer of Helenville are visiting their brother Paul Klauer and family.

Mrs. Oswald Pischer and little daughter of Grant spent Thanksgiving here with relatives.

Ida Kuhl is learning sewing with Mrs. Schiller at Neillsville.

Mrs. Marie Hagedorn went to Wausau Wednesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Leo Grap.

Emily and Marie Parisius came home Friday for a few week's visit.

There was a program and a basket sociable at the Globe schoolhouse Tuesday evening, at which $13.75 was made from the sale of baskets.

Oscar Christofferson and wife have moved onto the Steinberg farm, which they have purchased, and Mr. Steinberg has moved to Neillsville.

A party was given at the home of Mrs. Martha Hoffman Saturday evening.

Roland Schwellenbach of Jefferson is visiting his brothers, Joseph and Ed, since Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kalsow moved to Neillsville last week.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Bartell of Neillsville spent Thursday afternoon at the August Dudei home.

Herbert and Erwin Schoenwetter and their wives, also Mr. and Mrs. Carl Radtke of York spent Thanksgiving at John Dudei's.

Julia Timlin spent her Thanksgiving vacation at her home near Stanley.



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