News: Neillsville (12 Dec 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Schultz, Hannah, Kurth, North, Palmer, Olson, Caldwell, Jacques, Stolte, Prochazka, Dangers, Milbreit, Swann, Bass, Carlson, Schuelke, Ferguson, Rossman, Marsh, Clark, Monk
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 12/12/1918
Neillsville (12 Dec 1918)
Mrs. Chas. Schultz was at Marshfield yesterday.
Will Hannah was at Augusta Tuesday on business.
Robt. Kurth transacted business at Janesville Tuesday.
Will North was at Granton on business yesterday.
Fred Palmer came down from Augusta to spend a couple days.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Olson at Shawano on Dec. 4th.
Mrs. Dan Caldwell and children left last week to spend the winter in Florida.
Capt. Wm. Jacques is home from Camp Sherman for a few days’ furlough.
F.L. Stolte, who recently bought a farm near Boyd, was here yesterday on business.
Robt. Prochazka has bought the Servaty home on the north side and has moved in.
W.D. Dangers was called to Tulsa, Okla., Monday night by the very serious illness of his brother, Fred.
A.A. Milbreit came from Amherst Friday to spend a short time with his son. He may locate here again.
E.E. Swann and wife and son returned to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Tuesday after spending a couple weeks here.
Mrs. Joe Bass was taken to the Marshfield Hospital Monday night as she was taken suddenly ill Monday afternoon.
T.V. Carlton came up from Adams yesterday. He has bought back the barber shop he owned there and will give us railroading.
Mrs. Carl Schuelke, Jr., returned home to Cobb Tuesday after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Schuelke here and with relatives at Lynn.
In railroad circles it is reported that Harry Ferguson suffered another stroke last week. He is up and about most of the time, but is very weak. Merrillan Leader
Harold Rossman came home from Beaver Dam Tuesday night. He reports that he had heard from his father in France a short time ago and that Lieut. Rossman was recovering quite nicely from his wounds.
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Marsh received word of the death of Mrs. Clark, mother of the late Homer C. Clark. Her death occurred at her home in Maine on Thanksgiving Day, the birthday of her son, Homer.
Robt. Monk came home Tuesday from Philadelphia. He has been a chief yeoman in the Navy and last week received his honorable discharge. He now plans on returning to the state university and resuming his law studies.
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