News: Neillsville, Wis. (Apr 11, 1912)


Contact: Ann Stevens


Surnames: Forman, Rossman, Hewitt, Krumrey, Bachmann, Weinberger, Schuster, Clark, Rand, Rhea, Hammar, West, Paulus, Zimmer 

----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  April 11, 1912 

Neillsville (Apr 11, 1912) 

Last Thursday evening Leland Forman gave a supper at his home on the north side for the boys who took part in the Oratorical Contest, which was held at the high school this spring and at which Mr. Forman took first place. 

Mrs. Elmer Rossman entertained a number of ladies at an Easter party Monday afternoon.  The afternoon was spent at bridge at which Mrs. S.F. Hewitt won first prize and Mrs. Krumrey consolation prize.  A dainty luncheon was served at which the color scheme of white and yellow was carried out.  Each guest was presented with a narcissus, and little chicks served as place cards. 

Mesdames C.F. Bachmann and Oscar Weinberger entertained a large party of ladies Tuesday afternoon at a thimble party.  After a most tasteful luncheon was served, the ladies indulged in a game of chance, at which Mrs. J.F. Schuster won first prize, a work basket filled with Easter eggs, and Mrs. H.C. Clark the second prize, also a work basket. 

Miss Alta Rand entertained a number of young ladies and gentlemen last Friday evening in honor of Miss Hattie Rhea.  A most pleasant evening was spent by the young people. 

Mrs. Oscar Hammar of Alexandria, Minn., was here to attend the funeral of her nephew, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. West. 

Mrs. James Paulus was taken to Marshfield last Friday where she underwent an operation for appendicitis.  Mrs. Margaret Zimmer went with her, returning home Friday evening and reported that Mrs. Paulus came through the operation nicely. 



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