News: Neillsville (2 Jan 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Lippert, Berger, Richardson, Huntley, Huber, Joyce, Lynch, O’Brien, Greisch, Haberland, Billings, McMahon, Haunchman, Zimmerman, Nemitz, Colman, Crothers, Silkey, Ring, Meacham, Ure, Longenecker, Emmens, Campbell, Huntley, Masters

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 1/2/1919

Neillsville (2 Jan 1919)

Miss Frances Lippert came from Madison Tuesday to spend a few days with Miss Berger.

G.O. Richardson of Fargo, N.D., stopped off here Tuesday to spend a couple days with Postmaster and Mrs. Huntley.

Mrs. Frank Huber returned last week from the hospital at Chippewa Falls and will spend a few weeks with relatives here before returning home to Poplar, Mont.

Thomas Joyce was at Marshfield on Tuesday.

Miss Marion Lynch was at Eau Claire on Tuesday.

John O’Brien transacted business at Marshfield on Tuesday.

Mat Greisch of Thorp transacted business here on Tuesday.

Carl Haberland spent Christmas with his daughter at Minneapolis.

E.S. Billings is home from Norwood, Minn., for the holiday vacation.

Mrs. T.M. McMahon of Mt. Pleasant, Mich., is here visiting with her daughters.

Mrs. Wm. Haunchman went to Ft. Atkinson last week to spend Christmas.

Harry Zimmerman returned to his studies at the state university Tuesday.

Wm. Nemitz came home last week from Camp Pike, having received his honorable discharge.

Russell Colman is home from Lawrence College where he was a member of the S.A.T.C.

Lieut. Donald Crothers returned to Houston, Texas, Tuesday after spending a short furlough with his parents.

Henry Silkey left Tuesday for a general visit with relatives at Oconomowoc and Milwaukee.

Miss Avis Ring returned to Chicago Tuesday to resume her work after spending a couple weeks here with her mother.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meacham came from Minneapolis Tuesday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ure.

Miss Helen Nemitz took her brother, Gustav, back to the hospital at Rochester on Monday. The young man had been home for the holidays.

Ernst Longenecker returned to Cornell University after spending a ten-day furlough here with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. G.W. Longenecker.

Wm. Emmens returned home to George, Iowa, Monday after a holiday visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Campbell. His wife will remain for a further visit.

Will Huntley, Jr., goes to Camp Grant Thursday to see Harry Masters, who is in the hospital there recovering from the wounds he received in battle in France.



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