News: Globe (11 May 1917)
Surnames: Parisius, Radtke, Dudei, Kalsow, Grap, Prock, Henchen, Schultz, Wallace, Monk, Manthey, Kunkel, Lueck, Klauer
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 05/11/1917
Emil Parisius has gone to Hamburg, Wis. to teach school.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Radtke of yourk visited Sunday at the John Dudei home.
Albert Kalsow was at Marshfield Saturday for medical treatment.
Edgar Grap returned last week from Illinois, where he was employed.
Mrs. Klauer of Neillsville is here to visit her sons, Paul and Hugo.
A number of young people spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kalsow.
Mrs. Linus Prock went to Jefferson Wednesday to attend the funeral of an aunt.
Elsie Henchen gave a play and basket sociable at the Seif School Friday evening, which was greatly enjoyed by all who attended.
Mrs. Adolphine Schultz returned to her home at Miles City, Mon.t Thursday, after a two week visit here.
John Prock has purchased a new Overland car.
D.F. Wallace was ill with pneumonia last week and was under Dr. Monk’s care.
Emil Manthey and wife returned Wednesday from a visit at Waupaca.
Emma Kunkel visited friends at Neillsville over Sunday.
Bertha Lueck had an attack of appendicitis last week but is better at this writing.
Rev. Parisius has parochial school each Saturday until the public schools close.
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