News: Neillsville, Wis. (11 July 1912)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Habeck, Phillips, Runge,
Alexander, Schultz, Wendt, Howard, Scherer, West, Townsend,
Sherholtz, Ring, Free, Wood, Lastofka, Duff, Risser, Jackson,
Minta, Fraser, Campman, Trogner, Lye, Ganit, Meyers,
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) July 11, 1912
Neillsville (11 July 1912)
Charles Habeck of Wausau spent the
Miss Alice Phillips is visiting at Ft.
Mrs. Runge returned home to Beloit last
Miss Katie Alexander came home from Tomah
F.W. Schultz went to Columbus last week
to join his family.
Mrs. Fred Wendt and children of Alma
Center spent the 4th here.
Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Howard were at
Minneapolis the first of the week. Mrs. Mat Scherer left
yesterday for a visit at Wausau and Fond du Lac.
William West fell from his bay mow
Tuesday night and was seriously injured.
Mrs. R. Townsend and Miss Vera Sherholtz
are home from their visit at Fond du Lac.
Miss Avis Ring is home from Madison where
she has been attending the state university.
Miss Gladys Free entertained a party of
young ladies Tuesday night in honor of Miss Avada Wood.
M. Lastofka will ship cattle, calves and
hogs from Granton and Neillsville next Monday and Tuesday, July 15
Mrs. Natalie Duff of Chicago is visiting
at the home of her brother, Rev. H.A. Risser. She arrived
with her little daughter last Saturday.
Mrs. Jackson and daughter, Miss Esther,
are home from Madison. They came home by way of Plymouth,
bringing with them Robert Minta who will visit here for a few
Mrs. Thomas Fraser, who has been visiting
the L.H. Howard and W.A. Campman families, left last week for
Glendive, Mont., to visit her brother before returning to her home
at Bellingham, Wash.
Tuesday night this locality was visited by a severe electrical storm. Lightning struck the chimney on Geo. Trogner’s residence, the barn on the Lye place on Hewett street, Wm. Ganit’s house in the town of York, and also killed a cow belonging to Joe Meyers and a colt belonging to John Marquardt.
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