News: Neillsville (29 Oct 1914)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Dillman, Klawitter, Monk, Griffin, Wolff, Bannister, Huntley, Krumrey, McKimm, Hobbs, Sires, Yong, Huckstead, Brisboy, Paulus, Dudley, Campbell, Sheuring, Brameld, Steel, Radke, Berger, Leonard
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/29/1914
Neillsville (29 OCT 1914)
Joe Dillman was up from Oshkosh this week.
Otto Klawitter was at Owen over Sunday.
Dr. Monk went to Madison Tuesday on business.
P.H. Griffin and wife went to Marshfield Tuesday.
Fred Wolff of Lindsey, Mont., is here for a brief visit.
O.G. Bannister went to St. Paul Monday on business.
G.C. Huntley transacted business at Eau Claire Tuesday.
Mrs. C. Krumrey was at Marshfield Tuesday afternoon.
Jos. McKimm took a carload of stock to Chicago Tuesday.
Ernest Hobbs and family returned Tuesday from a visit at Clintonville.
D.A. Sires sold his 120 acre farm in Jackson County to J.W. Young.
A.A. Huckstead shipped six pure bred short horn calves to Rice Lake yesterday.
Mrs. Brisboy of Wausau spent a few days here this week with James Paulus and wife.
Mrs. A.E. Dudley and son are spending a few days at Black River Falls.
George Campbell and wife of Marshfield spent Sunday here with his brother.
John Sheuring and family have returned from Omaha where they spent the past year.
The Monday Progress Club will meet with Mrs. T.E. Brameld next Monday at the usual hour.
Mrs. Steel will be here Friday Oct. 30, to inspect the local Corps. Every member should be present.
Misses Elsie Radke and Martha Berger are home from a couple weeks visit at Neenah.
Frank Leonard of Humbird was in Neillsville Tuesday on a real estate deal with D.A. Sires
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