News: Neillsville, Wis. (Apr 11, 1912)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Root, Beaulieu, Baum, Hewitt,
Christianson, Johnson, Ainsworth, Elwood, Williams, Shurman,
Biggar, Weld, Hanson, Haugen, Lockbram, Collins, Jacques, Mueller,
Jacobs, Kenyon, Vanderhoof, Hallada
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) April 11, 1912
Neillsville (Apr 11, 1912)
H.M. Root is in Chicago on
M.F. Beaulieu was here from
Mrs. Baum went to Eau Claire
S.F. Hewitt went to Union Center
Misses Pearl and Blanche Christianson are
visiting at Alma Center.
Mrs. Ole Johnson of Dells Dam returned
yesterday from her visit in the west.
Miss Alice Ainsworth returned to
Rhinelander Saturday to resume her school duties.
Mrs. Ray Elwood of Fairchild, a niece of
Mrs. D. Williams, arrived here on Tuesday to pay her a
A bouncing baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Shurman last Sunday at their home in
Mrs. Biggar and two children of Merrillan
arrived Tuesday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hanson, Herman Haugen and Frank
Lockbram attended the inspection of the Eau Claire company by Capt.
Collins Monday night.
Will Jacques went to Milwaukee Friday to
spend Easter with Miss Marjorie Jacques, who is attending school at
Notre Dame, Ind., and who visited in Milwaukee last week.
Jacob Mueller and daughter, Teresa, went
to Chicago Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Ed Jacobs. They
will also visit at Waupaca for a week or two before returning
Miss Gertrude Kenyon of Eau Claire is
here helping out in the telephone office. Miss Ethel
Vanderhoof returned to her home at Marshfield today.
J.A. Hallada and wife left yesterday for their new home at Mauston. In the departure of Mr. and Mrs. Hallada, Neillsville loses a most excellent couple, who during their residence here have gained many good friends.
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