News: Neillsville - Locals (19 Nov. 1942)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Beaver, Meyer, Chase, Stanley, Mabie, Landgraf, Page, Yorkston, Wildish, Hardies, Clouse, Asp, Tufts, Roden, Eneerson, Forman, Bullard, Greeler, Rossman, Savage, Buettner, Munger, Cummings, Marden, Peterson, Gassen, Bauer, Davis, Hill, Thomas, Walk, Peacock, Parish, Forman, Hrasky, Benson, Bocker, uhlman, Sommers, Gandt, Maves, Kohlbeck, Covell, Epding, Gerold, Ketle, Petersen, Longenecker, Claway, Brown, Weller

----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 19 Nov. 1942


Mrs. George Beaver and grandson, Billy Meyer, Granton, spent Friday eveing her with her daughter, Mrs. Anita Landgraf.

Mr. and Mrs. Jose Chase, Miss Jean Stanley, Mrs. Milo Mabie and Miss Marjorie Chase visited in Marshfield Saturday.

Mrs. Vivian Page spent the weekend with her relatives at Junction City.

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Yorkston and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wildish entertained the Harold Hardies family of Menomonie at dinner and supper Sunday at the Yorkston home.

Miss Eva Clouse drove to Minneapolis Sunday, Mrs. O. Asp and children going with her to St. Paul to spend the week with her mother and other relatives.

Mrs. W. B. Tufts attended the wedding of Miss Kathrin Tufts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tufts, Marshfield, to Robert Mors Roden, Madison. The service was held at the First Presbyterian church, Marshfield, on Saturday, Nov. 14th. A reception at the home of the bride’s parents followed the ceremony. Mrs. Roden is an instructor of Spanish at the University of Wisconsin.

Emil Hinkle and Alvin Lavine drove to Humbird on business Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Enerson of York spent a week at Black River Falls visiting friends. At present they are spending a few days around Neillsville after which they plan on going to California, where they have relatives, for the winter.

Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Forman spent ten days at their hom in Neillsville recently. Mr. Forman, being supervisor of the first war, attended the fall meeting to of the county board, returning to this work at Marion Monday. While in Neillsville, the Formans called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bullard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greeler, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rossman and Mr. and Mrs. L. Savage.

Mr. and Mrs. William Buettner of Hackensack, Minn, spent this week visiting friends and relatives in Neillsville, Christie and Wisconsin Rapids, two daughters of Mrs. Buettner living in the latter city.

Misses Valda Munger, Augusta, and Vera Munger, Eau Claire, were here with her parents over the weekend.

Miss Shirley Peterson returned to Madison Thursday after being home for several days to recuperate after a siege with pneumonia. Miss Petrerson, who is employed at the Wisconsin General Hospital, was a patient there for a week and a half.

Miss Agnes Cummings of Madison came home last Thursday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cummings, and to attend the Junior class play, returning to the city Saturday afternoon.

Mrs. L?? Marden has her had home at ?? West 15th Street insulated for the comfort of her tenants as well as her own and also as a fuel-saving measure.

Miss Bernadine Peterson came up from Stevens Point Thursday to see her mother, who fractured her arm and to attend the Junior class play.

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gassen and daughter, Mrs. Ralph Bauer, and their grandson, Bobbie Davis, drove to Richland Ceneter for a weekend visti with Mr. Gassen’s relatives.

Mrs. Walter Hill and two daughters, Mary Em and Ellen, of Chicago are visiting her sister, Mrs. M. C. Thomas and family while her husband is on a business trip to Washington, D. C.

Mrs. Oscar Walk of Proving Ground, Ill., arrived satrudya night to spend several days with home folks, returning Tuesday. Miss Alice Peacock of Rockford, Ill., met her at Galena, accompanying her to Neillsville, Wis. Miss Peacock went on to Rice Lake to visit relatives, making the return trip with Mrs. Walk.

Joe Parish spent a few days last week at his store at Marion while Wheeler Forman was here for the session of the county board.

William Hrasky underwent an operation at an Eau Claire Hospital Thursday, infection having set in following the extgraction of a wisdom tooth.

Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Benson made a trip to Elk Mound, Colfax, Wheeler and Menomonie Sunday. Mrs. Kate Benson a sister of Mr. Benson joined them at Elk Mound and came home with them that evening for a visit. Miss Peggy Docker, who spent the weekend at Minnepolis and Menomonie, also returned to Neillsville with Benson’s.

Mrs. Lena Uhlman and Mrs. Kermit Sommers entertained Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gandt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maves and Mrs. Tony Kohlbeck at dinner Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Covell and daughter, Charlotte, and Mrs. Arthur Epding spent the weekend in Milwaukee and Port Washington, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerold in the latter city. Little Paula Gerold came home with them to visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ketel.

Miss Margaret Petersen and Russel Vandeberg of Madison spent the weekend here with relatives and friends.

Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Longenecker are expected home from Fort Lupton, Col., the latter part of the week where they have spent three *Portion cut off here**

Miss Marian Claway was home from Minneapolis over the weeknd.

Miss Grace Brown arrived here Thursday to spend a week or ten days with friends. She is a house guest at the home of Mrs. Maude Weller.



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