News: Globe (20 Apr 1917)

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Surnames: Blau, Linster, Dudei, Schoenherr, Gall, Hemp, Schultz, Hagedorn, Pischer, Mallig, Phillips, Quast, Prock, Parisius

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/20/1917

Blau and Linster have set up their sawmill on August Dudeiís place.

There will be three weddings in this vicinity this week.

Erick Schoenherr Jr. has purchased the Gall farm.

Ernest Hemp suffered with rheumatism last week.

Mrs. Adolphine Schultz arrived on Monday from Miles City, Mont. to visit her aged mother, grandma Hagedorn. She came on the fatal train that was wrecked near Neillsville Sunday night, escaping unhurt and on the Montana line she was detrained several hours, until a train wreck could be cleared out of the way.

Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Pischer and little daughter Viola of Grant visited at the G. Mallig home Sunday.

L. Phillips of Tioga is busy sawing wood in this vicinity.

Hugo Quast of Greenwood came Monday to visit his sister, Mrs. L. Prock.

Arnold Dudei is working for Blau and Linster this week.

Instead of a sermon Sunday morning, Rev. W. Parisius will give a lecture on the Reformation, as this is Luther year.

 

 

 

 

 


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