News: Globe (9 April 1942)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: May, Daniels, Thoma, Kalsow, Lemke, Grap, Anderson, Graps, Verschay, Schlinkert, Kuenkel, North, Scheel, Clarke, Schultz, Klueckmann, Hoesley, Klauer, Dollasse, Dudei, Gall, Lueck

----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 9 April 1942

Globe - By Mrs. G. E. Grap

Mrs. William May and son and a friend, Mrs. Daniels, of St. Paul called on the former’s sisters, Mrs. Bertha Thoma and Mrs. Theodore Kalsow, and other relatives Sunday morning. They also attended church services here.

Mrs. Robert Lemke, Miss Evelyn Grap and Thomas Anderson of Milwaukee spent the weekend with the former’s parents, the G. E. Graps. Also, Cecil Anderson and Miss Teena Verschay of that city came and then drove to Willard to visit with Miss Verschay’s parents. They all returned Sunday afternoon.

Marvin Grap came from Rockford, Ill., to spend Easter with his home folks.

Miss Edna Schlinkert came from Chicago last week for a few days’ visit with her home folks.

William Kuenkel, who spent the winter with his daughter, Mrs. William North, returned to his home recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grap and little daughter came from Milwaukee Saturday to visit their home folks. Carl returned to his home Sunday evening, while his wife and daughter remained for a longer visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Scheel entertained her cousin from Iowa over the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Clarke and daughter, Connie, of Eau Claire, spent Easter with jher home folks. They entertained Sunday for dinner at the Bert Schultz home.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Klueckmann and Forst Klueckmann and family were guests at the Bert Schultz home Sunday.

Mrs. Franklin Grap and son, Wayne, and Miss Anne Hoesly called at the G. E. Grap home Saturday evening.

Mr. And Mrs. Henry Klauer have moved from the apartment of Mrs. Dollasse and have rented Grandmother Grap’s house on the Ferd Grap farm.

Grandmother Klueckmann was quite sick a few days last week, but is gaining at this writing.

Ben Dudei of New London and his brother, Arnold, of Neillsville, also Ed. Gall, called at the Hans Kalsow home Sunday.

Mrs. Lueck, who was quite sick the past few months, was able to attend church services Sunday.



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