News: Neillsville (1 Jul 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Huntley, Lastofka, Rude, Klopf, Huntzicker, Johnson, Haugen, Williams, Rush, Everson, Rossman, Blau, Marg, Fulton, Donahue, Tweeden, Wells, Allen, Reinhardt, Hartung, Dangers, Devos, Holden, Boehm, Wenzel

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/1/1915

Neillsville (1 Jul 1915)

Will Huntley went to Unity Tuesday.

Mart Lastofka shipped seven cars of stock yesterday.

John Rude was at Marshfield yesterday to see his daughter.

Gotlieb Klopf of Milwaukee was here on business this week.

Paul and Beth Huntzicker were here from Greenwood Tuesday.

Miss Anna Johnson is home from Madison where she has been teaching.

Thornell Haugen went to Rochester Tuesday for treatment at the hospital.

Peter Williams of Minneapolis was a guest at the home of W.J. Rush and family last week.

Mrs. Everson of Neche, N.D., left Monday after a brief visit with Elmer Rossman and wife.

Mrs. Robert Blau left for South Milwaukee to spend a few days with her mother and sisters.

Frank Marg returned Saturday from a three weeks’ visit with relatives at Anita, N.D.

Wm. Fulton returned home to Hillsboro Tuesday after a brief visit with James Donahue and family.

Mrs. J.S. Tweeden returned to her home in Milwaukee Wednesday after spending a couple of weeks with Mr. and Mrs. B.H. Wells.

Mrs. J.E. Allen of Blair spent a few days last week at the home of District Attorney Rush. Robert Rush accompanied her home.

Miss Tillie Johnson went to Merrillan Tuesday to meet Mrs. Hans Johnson and children of Eau Claire who came down for a visit.

Mesdames Reinhardt and Hartung will entertain the Catholic Aid this Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Reinhardt. Everybody invited.

The Ladies Aid of the Methodist Church will meet in the church parlors of Wednesday, July 7th, the entertaining committee being Mesdames Dangers, Devos and Holden.

Robert Boehm and family of Neenah came last week for a few days’ visit at the home of A. Wenzel. Bob has a fine position in the Banta Printing Co, and is a Neenah booster.



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