News: Neillsville (6 Feb 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Hannah, Lowe, Trogner, Zimmer, Herrian, Gaetke, Marx, Bishop, Meyers, Kurth, Brooks, Dean, Palms, Ripplinger, Bandelow, Worden, Wallace, Kleckner, Kutchera
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/6/1919
Neillsville (6 Feb 1919)
Will Hannah was at Marshfield on Tuesday.
Erv Lowe was at Marshfield on business Tuesday.
John Trogner returned home from the army yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Zimmer went to Eau Claire on Tuesday.
Joe Herrian went to Fargo, N.D., Tuesday to resume his work on the road.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gaetke are spending a short time visiting at Minneapolis.
Mrs. Mat Marx, Mrs. Jos. Bishop and Mrs. Jos. Meyers were at Marshfield Tuesday.
Will Kurth went to Madison Tuesday to attend the state meeting of mutual insurance companies.
Dr. and Mrs. J.H. Brooks left yesterday for St. Paul, where the doctor will attend the Minnesota State Dental convention. They will return Saturday.
Dr. A. Dean, brother of Mrs. W.E. Palms, visited here last week. He has been employed at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, and at Austin, Texas, for the past five months, by the government. He left here for Grand Rapids, Mich. to join his family.
J.N. Ripplinger and Mrs. G.H. Palms of Tioga spent Sunday at the Ripplinger home. Mrs. Palms is Mrs. Ripplinger’s mother.
The Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday, Feb. 12, in the Methodist church parlors. Entertaining committee: Mesdames Bandelow, Worden, Wallace and Kleckner.
Otto Kutchera arrived home Monday from New York, discharged from the army. He had been in the hospital for several weeks suffering from rheumatism and is still unable to be about.
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