News: Neillsville (11 May 1916)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Lowe, Goeden, Hantke, Kelly, Sturdevant, Brooks, Harriman, Dangers, McCarr, Imig, Counsell, Buddenhagen, Palmer, Glass, Schruth, Gehrt, Warlum
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/11/1916
Neillsville (11 May 1916)
Mrs. Thomas Lowe went to Sparta Tuesday for a brief visit.
Wm. Goeden transacted business at Black River Falls Tuesday.
A daughter was born to Sheriff and Mrs. Hantke on Sunday.
A.S. Kelly and wife went to Taylor Tuesday to spend a few days.
C.R. Sturdevant was at Black River Falls Tuesday on business.
Dr. J.H. Brooks attended a dental society meeting at Eau Claire yesterday.
A.M. Harriman went to Black River Falls Tuesday to spend a couple of days.
Mrs. Dangers received word Tuesday that a son had been born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dangers on Monday.
Mrs. Ned McCarr arrived yesterday from Pennsylvania, having been called home by the illness of her mother.
Hy. Imig, O.E. Counsell, Victor Counsell, Frank Kelly, Elmer Buddenhagen and Ernest Palmer attended the Holstein sale at Marshfield yesterday.
Frank Glass remembered the Times editor with a fine package of home grown lettuce Monday, taken from his hot bed. They were delicious and of unusual quality.
Mrs. C.W. Schruth and sister, Miss Clara Gehrt, came home from Fargo, N.D., Sunday night for a visit with her parents, Henry Gehrt and wife, southwest of Neillsville.
T.O. Warlum and wife of Alamossa, Colo., arrived here Tuesday for a brief visit with his brother, P.M. Warlum, and family. They are on their way to Detroit where Mr. Warlum is a delegate to the Railroad Trainsmen’s convention.
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