News: Globe (18 Jul 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Henchen, Parisius, Hemp, Grap, Kuester, Klueckman, Klauer, Kalsow, Laffingwell, Schlinkert, Bruley, Kuhl, Mitte, Monk

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/18/1918

Globe (18 Jul 1918)

A farewell party was held at the Bruno Henchen home last Friday evening in honor of their oldest son, Arnold, who enlisted in the army and left Monday for Indiana.

Miss Marie Parisius returned home from Eau Claire Saturday for a vacation. Her sister, Emily, went there Friday to take her place during her absence.

Herbert and Walter Hemp of Neillsville are visiting a few weeks with their uncle, Gus. Grap, and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuester and family of Greenwood visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Klueckman.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klauer and children and Bill Kalsow autoed to Granton Sunday in Bill’s car.

Ewold and Erwin Henchen autoed down from Mondovi Saturday evening to bid their brother, Arnold, farewell. He enlisted in the army.

Miss Myrtle Laffingwell of Greenwood was down to see her mother, Mrs. Fred Schlinkert, Sunday.

Tom Bruley of Neillsville was seen in this vicinity last Saturday.

Mrs. Wm. Kuhl of Neillsville has been spending the past week here with her children on the farm.

It is reported that Walter Mitte is quite sick with lung fever and is under the care of Dr. Monk.



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