News: Neillsville, Wis. (1 Jan 1914)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Cornelius, Harriman, Dorrenbach, Carlenter, Ott, Darling, Kampine, Halpin, Hanson, Cornets, Farning, Marx, Wing, McMillan, Fick, Miller, Moody, Tellyea, Forman, Lindsley, Brown, Hare, Sischo, Orval, Wittke


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Jan 1, 1914


Neillsville, Wisconsin (1 Jan 1914)


Mrs. Chas. Cornelius spent Sunday at Chicago.


W.A. Harriman is visiting relatives at Portage. 


Father Dorrenbach was at Grand Rapids Tuesday.


Miss Sylvia Carlenter is visiting friends in Fremont.


George Ott was home from Milwaukee for Christmas.


John Darling returned to Turtle Lake, N.D., Tuesday.


P.E. Kampine was at Humbird on business Tuesday.


Mrs. L. Halpin and daughter of Alma Center were here Tuesday.


Julius Hanson of Minneapolis is here for a few days’ vacation.


Misses Alma and Clara Cornets went to Minneapolis Tuesday.


Wm. Farning and daughter, Geraldine, were at La Crosse Tuesday.


Misses Johanna and Celia Marx are home from Eau Claire for the holidays.


Mrs. F. B. Wing of Abbotsford is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary McMillan.


Frank Fick of Hillsboro spent a couple of days last week with Ed Miller and family.


Howard Moody of Waukegan is visiting at the home of C.M. Moody and wife.


W.A. Tellyea and wife of Sparta spent Christmas here with W.E. Forman and family.


H. Lindsley and wife returned home Friday in their auto after spending Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Brown at Abbotsford.


Mrs. Chas. Hare and baby and Merrill Sischo returned to Cooperstown, N.D. Tuesday after a month’s visit with their parents at Christie.


O.M. Orval has rented his farm to Henry Wittke and Tuesday he and his family went to Madison where they will reside while Mr. Orval takes a course in the dairy school.



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