News: Neillsville (13 Oct 1905)


Surnames: Dangers, Rowe, Gergen, Olson, Sermerson, O’Neill, Rossman, Frank, Glass, Imig, Brown, Holvorson, Howard, Kutchera, Gilman, Clark, Marsh, Wells, Morley, Hewett, Austin, Foot


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  10/13/1905


The B. Dangers sale started Wed. and the Balch and Heath sale is still on.


Mr. John Rowe, who is about eighty years of age, is reported very low.


Arthur Olson, Jake Olson, Rastus Sermerson and other masons who were employed at the new high school, went to Sioux Falls, S.D., Wed.


Mrs. Irene Rossman returned home from Altoona Tuesday, called here by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Leonard Frank.


Bob Glass wore his overcoat Wed.  He said he felt Chili.


Miss Imig has rooms at Mrs. Wilcox’s house on the North side where she will teach her pupils in music.


Forest Brown returned to the twins Wednesday.


Alex Holvorson’s Annex on 7th St. is fast nearing completion.


Len Howard and wife autoed to Miladore Sunday.


John Kutchera and wife returned Tuesday from their vacation in the southern part of the state.


Chas. Gilman starts soon for Thorp where he will engage in the practice of law.


Homer Clark, Will Marsh, Phip Wells, Joseph Morley and their respective families were out on the north road for a picnic outing, Sunday.


Helen Hewett and Katie Austin will leave in a few days for a convent school in Minnesota to take up studies the coming winter.


"Uncle" James Foot has so far recovered as to be out and about again.



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