News: Globe (27 Jul 1917)
Surnames: Linster, Prock, Garbisch, Thompson, Jacklyn, Glasow, Phillipi, Schoenwetter, Thomas, Pollnow, Dux, Kunkel, Hemp, Huntley, Hoffman, George, White, Moun, Schultz, Worchel, Destonow, Klueckman, Howard, Hagedorn
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 07/27/1917
Nick Linster of Neillsville is helping Ed Prock make hay.
Robert Garbisch and Archie Howard and their wives autoed up from Grant Sunday to pick blueberries.
Mrs. Gilbert Thompson and children of Milwaukee are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Jackly.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Glasow Sr. were at Black River Falls and at Hatfield Sunday.
Nick Phillipi was called to Colby Monday by the death of his father.
Services at the Mission fest Sunday morning will begin at 10:30 and in the afternoon at 2:30. Rev. Brandt of Neillsville and a minister of Grand Rapids will preach the sermons.
Mrs. Bertha Schoenwetter is home from the hospital at Marshfield.
Mrs. Susie Thoma of Neillsville visited at the W.H. Thoma home over Sunday.
Fred Pollnow and Will Dux have just completed a nice barn for Fred Glasow.
Herman Kunkel and Albert Hemp have purchased new binders.
The Gus Garbisch family of York wore blue berrying in this vicinity Sunday.
Will Huntley Jr. has put up gravestones for Frank Hoffman and grandma Hagedorn.
Esther George of Wabasso, Minn., is visiting relatives here.
Charles White lost a valuable horse Monday.
Mrs. John Mourn and baby spent a few days last week at Alma Center.
Bill Schultz is working for John Jacklyn at present.
Mrs. Aug. Worchel is home from Neillsville, since her mother is some better.
The Misses Destinow of Milwaukee came Monday to visit their aunt, Mrs. Albert Klueckman and other relatives.
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