News: Globe (13 Apr 1917)
Surnames: Marsh, Thoma, Poppe, Mallig, Prock, White, Dudei, Glasow, Grap, Boyer, Halbrader, Christopherson, Worchel, Hemp, Schoeffler, Schultz, Mund, Ormond, Mitte, Zickert, Rosenberg, Hagedorn, Klueckman, Wallace, Ballard, Armitage
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/13/1917
A.B. Marsh of Neillsville has purchased the former Andrew Ballard farm.
W.B. Thomas, Emil Poppe and G. Mallig and their wives, also the Linus Prock and Chas. White families visited Sunday at Aug. Dudeiís.
In the town of Seif, Lewis Glasow was elected clerk in Gus Grapís place.; John Seif was elected chairman; Dave Boyer, treasurer; for supervisors, Geo. Halbrader was re-elected and Carl Christopherson was taken in John Dudeiís place.
School started in the Weston brick schoolhouse Monday, also in the Seif District.
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Worchel, newlyweds, returned Saturday from their wedding trip.
Arthur Thomas, John Poppe, Walter and Paul Grap spent Sunday evening at Albert Hempís.
Mrs. Otto Schoeffler and Mrs. Schultz returned to their homes at Cuter, Mich. on Tuesday.
The Weston town board is as follows: John Mund, Chairman; Wm. Ormond, Clerk; W.J. Armitage, treasurer, and Wm. Mitte and F.J. Zickert, supervisors.
D.R. Rosenberg and family of Pine Valley visited Easter Monday at Paul Hagedornís.
Grandma Hagedorn, while on a visit Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Klueckman, fell and injured her hip badly.
Mrs. D.H. Wallace arrived Friday from Alma Center to join her husband, who has charge of the creamery here.
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