News: Neillsville (5 Aug 1915)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Korman, Lorentzen, Andersen, Lynch, Heyder, Stockwell, Dudley, Rodman, Campbell, Neff, Hoover, Alexander, Hemphill, Nelson, Tragsdorf, Peterson, Hewett, Klopf, Marshall, Ferch, Bandelow, Korn, Scheel, Raas, Lowe
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/5/1915
Neillsville (5 Aug 1915)
Will Korman went to Mondovi Tuesday to work in the canning factory.
Mrs. R.C. Lorentzen of Withee is visiting at the home of County Treasurer Ole Andersen.
Frank Lynch and wife and Miss Clara Heyder are home from their visit at Milwaukee.
Miss Bernice Stockwell of Spooner is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Stockwell.
Six o’clock supper at Congregational Church Thursday, Aug. 12. See menu next week.
A.E. Dudley and Dell Rodman attended a district convention of Odd Fellows at Merrillan Tuesday.
Mrs. Hugh Campbell arrived here from Cincinnati last week to spend a short time with her father, Dor Neff.
Mrs. Hoover of Clearfield, Pa., arrived here Tuesday for a visit at the home of T.M. Alexander and W.L. Hemphill.
E. Nelson returned home to Madison Tuesday after and over Sunday visit at the home of Mrs. B. Tragsdorf.
C.B. Andersen and wife and N. Peterson of Withee autoed down and spent Sunday with Ole Andersen and family.
Miss Helen Hewett left Tuesday for Spirit Lake, Idaho, to spend a few weeks with Mrs. Klopf and Mrs. Marshall.
Miss Jennie Alexander came home from Devils Lake, N.D., Monday evening to spend a few days at home with her parents.
Mrs. C.J. Ferch of Odessa, Minn., returned home Tuesday after a visit at the home of her brother, George Bandelow and wife.
Rev. and Mrs. A.B. Korn, Shickley, Neb., arrived here last Thursday for a few weeks’ visit with her parents, Wm. Scheel and wife.
G. Raas and wife returned home to Darlington Tuesday after a week’s visit at the home of J. Lowe and wife.
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