News: Globe (23 Dec. 1943)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Oldham, Scheel, Kalsow, Worchel, Mitte, Dux, Grap, Belter, Fritz, Quast, Moelling, Klauer, Meiers, Hoffmann, Beyer

----Source: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 23 Dec. 1943

Globe - Mrs. Lebrecht Kalsow

Many relatives, friends and neighbors gathered at the William Oldham home Saturday evening to help him celebrate his birthday. The evening was spent at cards and visiting, after which a fine lunch was served. The centerpiece of the table was a very prettily decorated birthday cake with 41 pink and white candles.

Mrs. Helen Scheel spent last Thursday afternoon with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kalsow.

Mrs. Eugene Worchel and son returned from the Neillsville Hospital Wednesday afternoon, to her home in the town of Seif.

Lebrecht Kalsow called at the Ferd Grap home Friday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Grap autoed to Fall Creek Friday, returning the same day.

A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all.

Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Belter of Eau Claire visited at the Fritz Quast home Sunday. In the afternoon Mrs. Anna Quast accompanied the Belters to the home of his mother.

Mrs. August Moelling and son, Carl, of near Marshfield, visited Sunday afternoon at the C. W. Kalsow, Paul Klauer and Mrs. Helene Scheel homes.

Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Quast and sons spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meiers, as her brother-in-law is here on a furlough.

Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffmann and daughter, Mrs. August Beyer, and little grandson, Mrs. Helene Scheel and son, Gerhardt, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kalsow and family.

The Christmas program at the Globe school was held Wednesday evening, December 22 at the church. Our program will be Friday evening, December 24.



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