News: Neillsville (10 Feb 1916)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Silsby, Dwyer, Ebbinghausen, Bartell, Woelffer, Brooks, Fricke, Wepfer, Burrows, Tragsdorf, Korman
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/10/1916
Neillsville (10 Feb 1916)
Mrs. Jos. Silsby fell last week and broke her arm.
John Dwyer fell Saturday and broke a couple ribs.
Adolph Ebbinghausen and wife of Crookston, Minn., spent Sunday here with H.E. Bartell and family.
Irma Woelffer entertained her school class at a sleigh ride party Tuesday in honor of her birthday.
Dr. Brooks will be at Minneapolis on Friday and Saturday of this week and his office will be closed on those days.
A tobacco dealer at Marshfield was fined $25 last week for selling cigarette papers to boys under 16 years of age.
Miss Zura Fricke is home from the state university for the inter-semester vacation. Her mother met her at Merrillan Monday.
A.G. Wepfer came up from Norwalk Saturday, returning the first of the week. His wife, who spent a week here with her parents, returned home with him.
Vincent Burrows and wife spent a few days at Eau Claire last week, where Mr. Burrows attended a butter makers’ convention.
Miss Elsie Tragsdorf left Sunday for a month’s visit with her sister, Miss Lillian, at Ruston, La. She will stop at New Orleans to attend a mardi gras.
The ladies of the German American Alliance will give a box social at the home of Mrs. H.E. Korman for the benefit of the Red Cross Society.
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