News: Globe (28 Nov 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Mitte, Schlinkert, Fuller, Prock, Henchen, Hemp, Walk, Kalsow, Parisius, Grap, Pischer, Reichel, Kier, Mallig, Kuenkel

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/28/1918

Globe (28 Nov 1918)

Miss Tillie Mitte went to Dubuque, Iowa, last week where she will spend the winter.

Mrs. Bob Schlinkert and son, Victor, are visiting relatives in Neillsville.

Mrs. Esther Fuller and son of Greenwood spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Linus Prock.

The Henchen boys and Linus Prock were among the first ones who shot a deer this season.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hemp, son, Walter, and Oscar Walk of Neillsville, Theo. Kalsow and family, Rev. Parisius and wife visited at Gus. Grap’s Sunday.

It is reported that Elsie Henchen, who teaches school south of Neillsville, is very sick with the flu.

Hans. Kalsow was an overnight visitor with Harvey Grap recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Pischer of Granton and Mrs. Reichel and Mrs. Kier of Granton autoed over last Tuesday evening and helped Mr. Mallig and son, Bill, celebrate their birthday.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kuenkel returned last Monday from a visit at Nashkora.



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