News: Globe (17 Oct 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Decker, Hagedorn, Schoenherr, Schwellenbach, May, Schlinkert, Grap, Kuhl, Pagenkopf, Wittman, Parisius, Susa, Dudei, Ormand

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/17/1918

Globe (17 Oct 1918)

Joe Decker has been quite sick and under a dOctor’s care.

Paul Hagedorn, Eric Schoenherr and Ed. Schwellenbach autoed to Marshfield Saturday.

Mrs. Wm. May returned to Eau Claire Saturday.

A number of little folks helped Victor Schlinkert celebrate his birthday Sunday.

Kaiser Grap is helping Gus. Kuhl build his shed.

Rob. Schlinkert and mother and Ted Schlinkert, Wm. Schlinkert, Mr. and Mrs. John Pagenkopf of Neillsville went to Ft. Atkinson Monday to attend the funeral of their cousin, Wm. Wittman. They made the trip by auto.

Ludolph Parisius is on the sick list.

Ern Schoenherr, Jr., Pete Susa, Roland and Ben Dudei autoed to Marshfield Saturday evening and on their way the car turned over and damaged it quite badly. Pete Susa had his shoulder put out of joint and the elbow fractured, but the rest were not hurt.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ormand received word last Friday that their son Douglas had arrived safely overseas.



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