News: Globe, Wis. (22 Jan 1914)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Thoma, Badling, Currier, Hagedorn, Dax, Myers, Grap, Klauer, Hemp, Wegner, Gates


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Jan 22, 1914


Globe, Wisconsin (22 Jan 1914)


Mrs. Ben Thoma and Carl Thoma are sick with the measles.


Mrs. Badling is very sick.


Chas. Currier and family returned home last week after spending several months in Iowa.


Mrs. Mary Hagedorn and Mrs. Richard Hagedorn spent Thursday with Mrs. Wm. Dax.


Mr. Myers, wife and two children from Helenville are visiting relatives here.


W.B. Thoma and Ferdinand Grap and wives spent Sunday evening at Paul Klauer’s.


Erna Grap and Mrs. Ernest Hemp spent past of last week with Mrs. Aug. Wegner.


There was a dance at the W.B. Thoma’s Wednesday night.


Miss Blanche Gates of Neillsville is teaching at the brick school.


Bill Thoma and mother of Neillsville are spending a few days with Ben Thoma and wife.


Mrs. Aug. Wegner is on the sick list.



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