News: Neillsville (24 JUN 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Tompson. Lynch, Goeden, Toptine, Carl, Trogner, Langraf, Meihock, Kennedy, Brooks, Tragsdorf, Hobbs, Walport, Glopf, Newman, Subke, Thoma, Miller, Bassett, Seide, Begley, Bullard, Bass

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/24/1915

Neillsville (24 JUN 1915)

R.E. Tompson went to Lafayette, Ind., Tuesday.

Miss Vera Lynch was at Marshfield Tuesday.

Mrs. Wm. Goeden is spending a few days at Granton.

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. N.F. Toptine Sunday.

Herman Carl spent Sunday with his wife at Eau Claire hospital.

Geo. Trogner and John Langraf were at Marshfield yesterday.

Miss Martha Meihock is home from a several months’ stay in Minneapolis.

Mrs. Kennedy and daughter have moved into the Howard flat.

Miss Jessie Brooks entertained a party of her young friends Tuesday afternoon.

Miss Lillian Tragsdorf is home from Jackson, La., where she has been teaching.

Mrs. Ernest Hobbs went to Waussau Tuesday to resume her work for the Royal Neighbors.

Miss Gertrude and Frederick Walport left Tuesday for Omaha, where they will visit relatives.

Frank Glopf left last week for New York state to look over the country with a view of buying a farm.

Miss Anna Neuman returned last week from Portland, Ore., where she has been teaching for the past year.

Henry Subke went to Marshfield Tuesday to meet his wife and children who returned from a visit at Withee.

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thoma, but died shortly after birth and was buried on Wednesday of last week.

The Shortville band will play on Saturday and the Neillsville band on Sunday and Monday at the big celebration at Neillsville.

Henry Miller has bought a farm south of Greenwood and has moved his family back from Madison, taking possession this week.

Mrs. K.A. Bassett left Tuesday for her home at Los Angeles after spending several months with her daughter, Mrs. M. Seide.

A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begley ran into a wire fence Tuesday afternoon and cut quite a gash in her forehead.

Mrs. Andrew Bullard, a sister of Mrs. Jos. Bass of this city, died at her home in Santa Rosa, Cal., on Wednesday, June 16th, and was buried on Friday, June 18th.



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