News: Neillsville (20 Jun 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: O’Grady, Ring, Billings, Fass, Hoesly, Huntley, Nelson, Root, Wing, Shaw, Hinman, Free, Johnson, Barton, Sherett, Hart, Radke, Brauer, Rodolf, Hemphill, Brown, Counsell, Hauge, Anderson, Olson, Case, Frantz, Belter, Doering, Roehl, Crandall, Haas, Dittmer, Bruley, Wright, Marsh, Michael, Prock, Enders, McIntyre, Kennedy, Barton, Boone, Blancher, Stoffel, Bradbury, Brooks, Weld, Rush, Williamson, Holcomb, Crocker, Kelly, Clemens, Patrie, Kidd, Broiher, Nehs, Vine, Albright, Ainsworth, McMillan, Luethe, Leason, Schoengarth, Engle, Stockwell, Campman, Caldwell, Verbeck, Schafer, Clemens, Tufts, Klauer, Blum, Svirnoff, Dudley, Martin, Raine, Lloyd, Ashbaugh, Thomas, Wall, Harris, Butler
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/20/1918
Neillsville (20 Jun 1918)
Denis O’Grady was here from Merrillan on Monday.
L.B. Ring was at Green Bay a couple days last week.
Edwin Billings came up from Madison to spend a few days.
A daughter was born on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fass.
M. Hoesly returned Saturday from a few days’ visit at Wausau.
Will Huntley, Jr., transacted business at Wausau on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. P.N. Nelson spent Sunday at Black River Falls.
H.M. Root went to Milwaukee Monday to spend a short time.
Chas. Huntley was home from Minneapolis a couple days last week.
Mrs. Florence Wing and Miss May Shaw were at Marshfield on Saturday.
Doc Hinman came up from Dundee Monday to spend a short time here.
Miss Mae Free returned last week from Madison where she has been teaching.
Miss Anna Johnson is home from Madison where she has been teaching this year.
L.R. Barton went to Milwaukee Saturday to spend a few days with his best girl.
Chas. Sherett is now doing the American Express delivery work for George Hart.
Miss Frieda Radke returned to La Crosse Normal Saturday to attend summer school.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brauer and children drove to Oshkosh on Sunday to spend a few days.
Mrs. M. Rodolf is here to spend some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Hemphill.
Mrs. Ben Brown left on Thursday for East Lansing, Mich., to spend a short time with her husband.
Mrs. J. E. Counsell and daughters, Irene and Nina, left Saturday for a visit at Madison and other points.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hauge and Mrs. Anderson and daughter drove to Blair Sunday and spent the day.
Miss Olson, who has been nursing at the Neillsville Hospital for several weeks, returned to Chicago on Sunday.
Mrs. Horace Case of Ft. Atkinson spent a couple of days here with the Rudolph Frantz family, being on her way to Ashland.
Mrs. Julius Belter left Thursday for a visit at Janesville with her daughters, Mrs. Walter Doering and Mrs. John Roehl.
C.R. Crandall of Jefferson County went to Hancock Monday after spending a short time here with his brother, Nels Crandall.
Mrs. Jake Haas left Sunday night for Camp Grant to spend a few days with her husband. She will also visit at Jefferson before returning home.
Mrs. Ruth Dittmer and Miss Marie Bruley went to Marshfield Monday, Mrs. Dittmer to undergo an operation for the removal of her tonsils.
Mrs. J. H. Wright has returned home from a visit with her parents in Whitehall and with friends in Alma Center and Neillsville. – Marshfield News
W.J. Marsh was at Milwaukee Sunday to meet a representative of a large coat and suit factory in the east and from whom he bought part of his fall supply.
Mrs. John Michael of Humbird died at the Luther Hospital in Eau Claire Tuesday morning of last week after several weeks’ illness with a kidney trouble.
Mrs. Jos. Prock received word from Mr. and Mrs. Nick Enders that they had made the trip to Beloit in a day and a half and would soon be settled in their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. McIntyre and son came up from Milwaukee Sunday. He returned Monday evening, but his wife and son will spend some time here with her mother, Mrs. Kennedy.
Mrs. Devere Barton and children, who have been visiting here for several weeks, left Monday for a visit at Cadott before returning to her home at Crest de Butte, Colo. Her mother, Mrs. Boone, accompanied her to Cadott.
Miss Cecyl Blancher left Saturday for Tacoma, Wash., where she will live. Miss Blancher is well known through the county, having been supervisor of Rural Schools and has taught at Abbotsford and Colby. She was accompanied by her brother, Erwin. – Loyal Tribune
Mr. and Mrs. Will Stoffel went to Merrillan Saturday with the expectation of spending a few minutes with their son, Glynn, who was going from Great Lakes to Minneapolis with a bunch of jacky boys. Unfortunately they were disappointed in seeing him as his train went through before they reached the Junction.
Quite a number from Neillsville attended the Red Cross picnic at Merrillan Sunday and which was a huge success. Among those from here were Dr. and Mrs. Bradbury, Dr. and Mrs. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Weld, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Rush, Mr. and Mrs. L. Williamson, Mrs. Mary Bruley, Mrs. Emery Bruley, A.E. Holcomb and daughter, Miss Helen Crocker.
Frank Kelly was here from Tioga Monday on business.
Ray Clemens went to Chicago on Monday on a business trip.
Mrs. Patrie and Mrs. Earl Kidd of Owen visited with Miss Elizabeth Kennedy on Friday.
Mrs. George Broiher and children left Monday for a visit at Ossian, Iowa.
Mrs. V.H. Nehs went to Rice Lake Monday to spend a short time at home.
Mrs. Clayton Vine of Taylor returned home after a few days visit here.
Miss Leona Albright returned from Sparta where she has been teaching this year.
Miss Alice Ainsworth returned home from Minneapolis Monday to spend the vacation.
Mrs. Mary McMillan went to Abbotsford Tuesday to spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Wing.
Thermo Luethe of Minneapolis is spending the week with his wife, who is visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Leason.
On June 12 Judge Schoengarth united in marriage Albert Engle of town Loyal and Miss Jennie Dittman of Greenwood.
I.M. Stockwell came from Volga, S.D., Saturday to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Stockwell.
Miss Flossie Leason came home last week from Downer College at Milwaukee to spend the summer vacation.
Mrs. W.A. Campman drove to Black River Falls Friday and she and Mr. Campman went from there to Melrose to spend a couple of days.
Mrs. Dan. Caldwell and children came from Chicago last week to join Mr. Caldwell here. The Jackson and Caldwell families are spending a couple of weeks at the Brameld cottages on the river.
Sunday afternoon Cecil Verbeck smashed his car quite badly. He ran into the culvert abutment on the bridge at the fair ground. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schafer were in the car with him. Mrs. Schafer hurt her wrist, but otherwise none of the occupants were injured.
Ray A. Clemens, who was appointed sales director for Certificates of Indebtedness for Clark County by the Governor of the 7th District of Federal Reserve Banks, was called to Chicago Monday to attend a Conference of Directors of Bankers, one from each county in said district. W.C. Tufts is also in attendance as assistant.
Mrs. Hattie Klauer returned to Oshkosh Monday after a few days visit here.
Dan Blum of Eau Claire visited with the Svirnoff boys on Monday. He was on his way to Kiel.
A.E. Dudley slipped from a stepladder while hanging paper at Major Martin’s home Monday, breaking two ribs.
Mrs. John Raine fell down the cellar steps at her home last week and injured herself quite badly.
Miss Irene Lloyd went to Merrillan Monday to meet her niece, Mary Ashbaugh, who returned home from school at Davenport that day.
Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wall left yesterday on an auto trip, the former to go to Columbus and the latter to Evansville.
Sergt. A.L. Harris of Ft. Sheridan arrived here Sunday morning to join his wife who had been making an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Jos. Butler and family. They returned Sunday night on the 11:30 train. Mrs. Butler and children are going with them for a few days’ visit.
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