News: Neillsville (13 Jun 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Weiskopf, Teatz, Bruley, Opelt, Goldhammer, Brown, Rabenstein, Rauber, Appleyard, Brooks, Austin, Thayer, Stucki, Grether, Imig, Smith, Gurgle, Ure, Buddenhagen, Wilcox
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/13/1918
Neillsville (13 Jun 1918)
Chas. Weiskopf and family will leave Friday for Plymouth, where they will again make their home. They will make the trip in their car.
Aug. Teatz was in from town Lynn Tuesday on business.
Miss Marie Bruley was at Granton on Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Martha Opelt left yesterday for a visit at Sheridan and Milwaukee.
Mrs. Minnie Goldhammer is spending a short time with friends at Lynn.
Mrs. Brown and daughter, Miss Grace, are here to spend a short time.
Mrs. Carl Rabenstein left this week to visit with her daughter in South Dakota.
John Rauber of Ft. Atkinson spent a few days here at the home of Mrs. Appleyard and family.
Herbert Brooks came home yesterday from Philadelphia where he has been working for several months.
Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Thayer went to Minneapolis Tuesday. Mrs. Austin will spend the summer there.
Rev. and Mrs. Stucki came from Black River Falls Tuesday to spend a few days with Rev. and Mrs. David Grether.
William and Arthur Imig returned Tuesday from their auto trip to Rudolph, Milwaukee, Waukesha and Ft. Atkinson.
Mrs. Laura J. Brooks is here from Tacoma, Wash., where she has spent the past two years. She is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. H.J. Brooks.
The regular monthly meeting of the Women’s Community Club will be held with the president, Mrs. W.L. Smith, Friday, June 14th. The usual refreshments will be served. Come prepared to sew.
The Methodist Ladies Aid will meet on Wednesday, June 19 in the church parlors. Come prepared to sew. Mesdames Gurgle, Ure, Buddenhagen and Newell will be the entertaining committee.
The Red Cross Society of Merrillan is arranging for a big Red Cross benefit at their park next Sunday, June 16th. Senator Wilcox of Eau Claire will be present and give a patriotic address. Dinner will be served in the large dining room at the park and a large crowd is expected. No doubt many people from here will attend if the weather permits. Let’s show our neighborliness to the Merrillan folks by going and assisting in the Red Cross work.
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