News: South Grant (20 Jun 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Mudra, Eisentraut, Zipfel, Carl, Huckstead, Huhnstock, Kuetchenmeister, Frechette, Hantke, Drescher, Swann, Waterman, Walters, Tibbet, Lezotte, Ruege, Hagie, Bott, Haich
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/20/1918
South Grant (20 Jun 1918)
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mudra spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. A. Eisentraut.
Mrs. L. Zipfel called on her sister, Mrs. H. Carl, Tuesday afternoon.
Ruby and Helen Eisentraut are taking music lessons of Dorothy Huckstead.
John Huhnstock has his new porch completed.
The Red Cross ladies met with Miss Anita Kuetchenmeister Thursday afternoon, and was very well attended.
Mrs. Bertha Frechette, son and daughter of Sherwood and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Carl called at the Louis Zipfel home Monday evening.
Otto Hantke has a fine new Dodge car.
Mrs. Clemens Kuetchenmeister called on Mrs. Arthur Drescher Tuesday.
Bert Swann and Will Waterman had their pianos tuned Friday.
Arnold Drescher is working for his brother, Alfred.
R. Kuetchenmeister and family are entertaining company from Plymouth.
Little Mardine Walters has been on the sick list and is under the doctor’s care.
Mr. and Mrs. Tibbet and son autoed to Appleton to spend a short time with relatives.
Arthur Drescher is re-shingling his barn.
Alvin Eisentraut and Fred Zipfel autoed to Dells Dam to fish Friday evening.
Several from here attended the Red Cross dance at the opera house Thursday evening.
Mrs. Tony Lezotte visited with Mrs. Albert Walters Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Zipfel spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. Huhnstock.
Miss Lillian Hantke entertained the measles last week.
Mrs. Ruege came up from Oshkosh Saturday to spend the summer with her daughters here.
Mrs. Frank Drescher of Neillsville spent a few days of last week at the Arthur Drescher home.
Mrs. Bertha Frechette and daughter visited with Mrs. Zipfel Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Mudra spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A. Drescher.
Otto Hantke, Clemens Kuetchenmeister, Bert Swann and Alvin Eisentraut and their wives spent Sunday at Hatfield.
Ed. Hagie is working for Arthur Drescher.
Theressa Bott and Elsie Zipfel called on Ruby Eisentraut Sunday afternoon.
The Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Alvin Eisentraut on Wednesday, June 26. Everybody cordially invited.
The Red Cross Unit meets with Miss Theressa Haich today (Thursday).
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