News: Neillsville (28 Oct 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hantke, Kurth, Wallace, Babcock, Ruddock, Renne, Stockwell, Brown, Hemphill, Webster, Redmond, Cornwell, Morrison, Kapellan, Page, Lowe
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) October 28, 1910
Neillsville (28 October 1910)
Mrs. Hantke enjoyed her birthday anniversary yesterday at the Robert Kurth home. All her children and grandchildren from the Ridge were in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace and their two children came up from Stevens Point Saturday on a several days visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas Babcock.
Frank Ruddock has purchased and moved into the James Renne house on the south side.
C. S. Stockwell came home from Ashland late last week and left for Mellen on Monday. His son, Arthur accompanied him to Mellen where they have some surveying to do.
Herb Brown came down from Colby for an over Sunday visit with his ma.
Rob Hemphill purchased the Gene Webster property on Court Street and is having substantial improvements made thereon.
Geo. Redmond has just installed a new hot air furnace and city water into his home and added a bathroom and new back porch, making of it a most comfortable and modern home.
Mrs. Leland Cornwell visited her husband at the Mendota Hospital, last week.
Louis Hantke has cut down the whole row of poplar trees which adorned his premises facing the street; very materially altering the appearance of his place.
Little Margaret Morrison of Milwaukee is ill with measles at Grandpa Kapellan’s.
Leland Page is associated in the undertaking business here with J. B. Lowe.
The W. R. C. Convention last Friday was a very pleasant and successful affair.
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