News: Neillsville (16 July 1914)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Eppling, Brooks, Hemp, Schoenherr, Lowe, Neverman, Summerfeld, Schoengarth, Ure, Weast, Warren, Bradbury, Bannister, Dexter, Taplin, Bartlett, Brauer, Snyder, Jobse, Balch, Hill, Anderson
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) July 16, 1914
Neillsville (16 July 1914)
Arwed Eppling went to Sheboygan yesterday to work.
Fred Brooks is home from Keokuk for a brief vacation.
Frank Hemp was at Marshfield between trains yesterday.
Eric Schoenherr and wife were at Marshfield yesterday.
Mrs. Jos. Lowe returned Tuesday from a visit at Waukesha.
Otto Neverman is building a new house on South Oak Street.
A sister of Will Summerfeld is here from Juneau for a visit.
Mrs. August Schoerngarth and Mrs. Geo. Ure were at Granton Tuesday.
Mrs. Fred Eppling and daughter Helen went to Rochester yesterday.
O.D. Weast was here from Webster City, Iowa a few days this week.
Miss Hattie Warren of Black River Falls is visiting Dr. Bradbury and family.
F.T. Bannister of New Richmond spent a couple of days here this week with his son.
Misses Margaret and Mary Dexter of Spooner are visiting at the home of Dr. Bradbury.
Mrs. Neal Taplin of Grand Rapids, Mich., is here visiting her brother, Cyril Bartlett, and family.
R.K. Brauer of Oshkosh has purchased A.F. Snyder’s clothing store and will take possession at once.
Miss Myrtle Jobse returned home to Milwaukee yesterday after a brief visit with F. O. Balch and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Hill of Chicago are here visiting Mrs. Hill’s aunt, Mrs. Gust. Anderson and family.
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