News: Neillsville (8 OCT 1914)
Surnames: Monk, Kountz, Brameld, Sears, Neverman, Hewett, Rush, O’Neill, Calway, Pors, Hemp, Smith, Brooks, Flynn, Brown, Campbell, Loy, Salerno, Carsorelli, Youmans, Treas, Webster, Raine
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/8/1914,Transcribed by Ann Stevens
Neillsville (8 OCT 1914)
Dr. Monk went to Madison Tuesday on business.
R.F. Kountz was in Eau Claire Tuesday on business.
T.E. Brameld went to Milwaukee Tuesday on business.
Fred Sears and wife are spending a few days at Madison.
Miss Alice Neverman went to Milwaukee on business.
Sheriff and Mrs. Hewett spent Tuesday at Minneapolis.
District Attorney Rush and wife were at Minneapolis Tuesday.
Judge O’Neill and F.D. Calway returned Tuesday from Baraboo.
Attorney E.C. Pors of Marshfield was here Tuesday on business.
Albert Hemp and wife went to Augusta Tuesday to spend a week.
W.L. Smith and wife returned yesterday from their visit at Buffalo.
Mrs. J.H. Brooks went to Minneapolis Saturday to spend a few days.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Flynn at Marshfield Tuesday.
Mrs. Dave Brown came home Tuesday from a few days’ visit at Eleva.
Wm. Campbell and wife are here from Waupaca for a few days’ visit and to see Pat Loy, who is very sick.
Tony Salerno and wife returned home to Madison Tuesday after a brief visit at the home of L. Carsorelli.
Mrs. Chas. Youmans and daughter, Mrs. Leo Treas, of Timber Lake, N.D., are here for a visit with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webster and family and niece, Miss Lottie Raine, autoed up from Plattville and spent the week with Mrs. Webster’s brother, John Raine.
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