News: Globe (29 Jun 1917)
Surnames: Hemp, Wegner, Kunkel, Henning, Worchel, Anders, Prock, Pischer, Mallig, Bruley, Schwellenbach, Kalsow, Mosher, Parisius, Radtke, Dudei, Fuller, Schlinkert, Smith, Thoma, Poppe, Neis, Glasow
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/29/1917
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hemp visited Sunday evening with Aug. Wegner and wife in Pine Valley.
Emma Kunkel went to Green Lake Thursday to work this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Henning of Christie visited Sunday at the Aug. Worchel home.
Nick Anders of Beloit ahs purchased the personal property that belonged to the late John Prock and has also rented the farm.
Mrs. Oswald Pischer and little daughter were over from Grant Sunday. Elsie Mallig returned with them to spend a few days.
Francis, the little son of Mrs. Clara Prock, is ill with scarlet fever. Mrs. Fred Bruley of Neillsville is helping to take care of him.
The Ed Schwellenbach and L. Kalsow families, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mosher picnicked near Wedges Creek on Sunday.
Emily Parisius returned Friday from Hamburg for a brief vacation before taking another school.
Carl Radtke and wife brought Ella Dudei home Sunday and Hulda Dudei returned with the Radtke’s to spend a few days.
Mrs. O. fuller of Greenwood spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. L. Prock.
Robert Schlinkert and wife and little son spent Sunday with his brother Will and family near Neillsville.
The young people’s society presented Rev. Parisius with a lawn mower, with which to mow the cemetery.
Linus Prock and family were at Greenwood on Sunday.
Frank Thoma, ben Dudei and John Poppe attended the dance at Tioga Hall Friday evening.
Irene Hawley of Greenwood is sewing for Mrs. W.B. Thoma and Mrs. Joe Schwellenbach this week.
Marcella Neis’ birthday was celebrated with a dancing party in Prock’s Hall Monday evening.
Fred Glasow had a barn raising bee Tuesday.
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