News: Neillsville (28 Sep 1916)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Woelffer, Yoker, Gangler, Tragsdorf, Sears, Svirnoff, Stockwell, Wepfer, Barton, Neverman, Galbreath, Ruddock, Chase, Bradbury, Short, Lautenbach
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/28/1916
Neillsville (28 Sep 1916)
V.C. Woelffer was at St. Paul Tuesday on business.
Oscar Yoker went to Sparta Tuesday to spend a few days.
Nic Gangler went to St. Paul yesterday to buy holiday goods.
Miss Elsie Tragsdorf is home from Madison for a brief visit with her mother.
Mrs. Fred Sears returned Tuesday from the W.C.T.U. convention at Madison.
H. Svirnoff and family went to Minneapolis yesterday to visit for a few days.
C.S. Stockwell came home Tuesday from his visit at Volga, S.D. and Lisbon, N.D.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Wepfer at South Haven, Mich., on Sept. 20th.
Francis Barton came from Neguanee this week to take a job in Neverman’s barber shop.
John Galbreath was in from Shortville Tuesday. He has been laid up with a very severe attack of rheumatism.
L.D. Ruddock and Jos. Chase and their wives left yesterday for a visit with relatives at Wautoma and to take in the fair.
Miss Mary Bradbury returned home to Sechlerville Tuesday after a few days’ visit with her brother, Dr. Bradbury and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Short left Tuesday for a short visit at their old home at Ft. Atkinson and also will visit at Cambridge.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lautenbach will be pleased to learn that a little daughter was born to them at Marshfield last week.
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