News: Neillsville (2 Dec 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Breed, Meyer, Devos, Heyder, Jacques, Schwinn, Wood, Dux, Brandstedter, Chalman, Wright, Cook, Broiher, Markham, Shaw, Shipper

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 12/2/1915

Neillsville (2 Dec 1915)

Robt. Breed was at Eau Claire Tuesday.

Leo Meyer was home from Fairchild over Sunday.

A.L. Devos was at Milwaukee Monday on business.

Miss Clara Heyder spent a few days of last week at River Falls.

James Jacques was home from Madison for Thanksgiving.

Mrs. Schwinn of Genesee is visiting her daughter, Mrs. George L. Jacques.

Homer Wood has moved back from Hixton and is living on the Wm. Dux farm in Hewettville.

Mrs. Charles Brandstedter and daughter, Miss Zella, of Humbird were here between trains Tuesday.

The German Alliance will hold their regular meeting next Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Badger.

Art Chalman went to Milwaukee Tuesday. He has resigned his position here with the electric company.

The story hour at the library Saturday afternoon will be for the children of the 4th and 5th grades of all schools.

Mrs. Wright of Albertville has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lon Cook for a week and Tuesday she went to Sparta to spend a few days.

George Broiher of Dec
orah, Iowa, who bought the Markham farm south of town, arrived here Tuesday with his family and moved onto his new place at once.

The Times made a slight error in last week’s Badger Theater adv. In stating prices for Sunday night’s show admission should have read 10 and 15c instead of 10 and 20c.

Mrs. Jerome Shaw took her daughter, Genevieve, to St. Joseph’s Hospital at Marshfield Saturday for an operation on her nose and throat. Mrs. Frank Shipper went with her.



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