News: Globe (25 May 1917)
Surnames: Pischer, Mallig, Prock, Quast, Reichert, Worchel, Dudei, Radtke, Beyer, Manthey, Schoengarth, Greeler, Hagedorn, Scheel, Roehler, Korn, Jacklyn, Pagenkopf, Schlinkert, Neis
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 05/25/1917
Mrs. Oswald Pischer and little daughter of Grant came Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Mallig, returning home Sunday.
The Ed Prock and John Prock families, Mrs. Linus Prock and children, Marcella Neis and Edna Quast attended Catholic Church at Neillsville Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reichert autoed over from Chili Sunday to visit at the home of Mrs. Reichert’s father, August Worchel.
Services at the Lutheran Church Sunday (Pentecost) will begin at the usual time, 10:30 a.m. On Monday morning communion services will be held.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dudei visited at the home of their daughter Mrs. Carl Radtke in York on Sunday.
Herman Beyer and wife of Pine Valley attended church here Thursday, Ascension Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Worchel and Marie Worchel very pleasantly entertained a party of young people Sunday afternoon and evening.
There was a dance at Albert Manthey’s barn Saturday evening.
Fred Schoengarth Jr. and C. Greeler and their wives of York visited at the Paul Hagedorn home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scheel Sr. left Saturday for St. Paul to spend a few days with their daughter Mrs. Pauline Roehler. From there, they will go to Nebraska to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. A.B. Korn.
August Dudei and wife, son Arnold and niece Elsie Dude visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dudei near Granton.
Elsie Jacklyn and wife returned last week from Melrose.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pagenkopf and Theodore Schlinkert visited relatives here Sunday.
Edna Quast of Greenwood is visiting her sister, Mrs. Linus Prock.
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