News: Neillsville (2 July 1914)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Northup, Rowe, Huntley, MacMillan, Bruley, Newell, Brooks, Heinrichs, Kasberger, Martin, Whitman, Austin, Hake, Enterest, Hubin


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  July 2, 1914


Neillsville (2 July 1914)


Mrs. Chas. Northup was here from Willard this week.


Mrs. Ed. Rowe and son are spending a month in town York.


G.C. Huntley was at Marshfield yesterday between trains.


Donald MacMillan is home from Chicago for a brief vacation.


The hat at Mrs. Bruley’s millinery store will be raffled Friday, July 3.


Mrs. W. Newell left last week for a brief visit with friends at Wausau.


Dr. Brooks and wife returned last week from their auto trip to Michigan.


Miss Minnie Heinrichs of Sioux Falls, S.D. is here for a visit with her brother south of town.


Miss Rose Kasberger returned home to Marshfield Tuesday after a visit with Miss Dorothy Martin.


Mrs. Whitman returned home to Waupaca yesterday after a brief visit with George Austin and family.


Warren Hake was at Marshfield yesterday and met his cousin, Emil Enterest, of Ft. Atkinson who came home with him for a brief visit.


Eli Hake is home from a few weeks visit with his daughter, Mrs. Henry Hubin at Glendive, Mont.  Mrs. Hake will remain there for several weeks before coming home.



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