News: Neillsville (15 Jul 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hantke, Root, Ely, Richardson, Huntley, Ludington, Silsbee, Kountz, MacDonald, Gates, Prock, Seif, Wiesner, Campbell, Stockwell, McGinnis, Welsh, Benedict, Davis, Williamson, Bradbury, Doege,
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) July 15, 1910
Neillsville (15 July 1910)
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hantke with baby Marion are again at home here.
Mrs. H. M. Root went to Wonewoc Saturday to spend several weeks at the Spiritualists convention.
Mrs. Nettie Ely after a several weeks visit with relatives left on Sunday for her home at Butler, Mo.
Mrs. Omar Richardson and little daughter of Fargo, N. D., after a two weeks visit at Wm. Huntley’s left for Iowa on a further visit to relatives.
Mrs. Albert Ludington and two children are here from Michigan on a short visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Silsbee.
Miss Kittie Kountz came up from Chicago Saturday night for a visit with her parents.
Mrs. MacDonald (born Helen Gates) came up from Grand Rapids and made an over Sunday visit among relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Prock of Rice Lake visited the Seif and Wiesner families here the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Campbell and baby accompanied by his brother Gordon, left for their new home at Madison last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Stockwell, son George and daughter Bernice came down from Spooner and made an over Sunday visit at C. S. Stockwell’s.
Peter McGinnis is making his home here with his daughter Mrs. John Welsh.
Will Benedict and family of York spent Sunday at Jerry Davis’.
Mrs. L. Williamson, son Louis and Dr. E. L. Bradbury were at Marshfield one day last week to see Dr. Doege in regard to the little fellow’s health. He was suffering with a combination of diseases, though quite himself again at this writing.
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