News: Globe (5 June 1941)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Grap, Clarke, Kalsow, Hemp, Klueckman, Schultz, Klauer, Mund, Schoenherr, Reindel, Schuymann, Mitte, Christopherson
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 5 June 1941
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Grap and children came from Milwaukee Friday morning to spend Decoration Day with his home folks and also to look after their family graves. They returned Sunday morning and stopped at Wisconsin Rapids to visit with her aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Clarke came from Eau Claire over the weekend for a few days visit with her home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kalsow and children were Sunday guests with his home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hemp and Miss Marian called at the Gus Grap home Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Edwin Klueckman, her daughters, Mrs. Bert Schultz and Mrs. Erv Clarke, called at the Paul Klauer home Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hemp and children were callers with his brother and sisters over the weekend.
Lennie and Vitus Mund and Marvin Grap came from Rockford, Ill., to spend Decoration Day with their parents and relatives.
Misses Lydia and Berdina Schoenherr and Teddie and Fritzie Schoenherr came from Chicago for a short visit with their home folks.
Mrs. Elizabeth Grap and son, Melvin, and lady friend of Wausau came Decoration day to visit with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reindel, Miss Cleo Jane and Donald, and Mr. and Mrs. Kaiser Grap and son, Wayne, were among those who spent Decoration day at the G. E. Grap home.
The Rev. Adolph Schumann and family have left for Norwalk, Neb., to see her mother, who is seriously ill.
The Edgar Grap family and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Grap visited Saturday at the Franklin Grap and William Adams home.
G. E. Grap family and Ferd Grap and their wives visited at the home of Mrs. Bertha Mitte Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Christopherson are entertaining their niece from Rockford, Ill.
C. W. Kalso was a business caller in Greenwood Monday afternoon.
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