News: Neillsville (6 Mar 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Nelson, Meyers, Smith, Knickel, Devos, Leason, Barton, Seif, Short, Cannon, Schlender, Muck, Glass, Sternitzky, Irvine, Kelly, Neverman, Mueller, Monk, Vroman, Forbush, Hewett, Benjamin, Babcock, Neff, True, Sniteman, Wilding, Noll, Stockwell, Huntley, Burge, Morley, Hinman, Bates, Just, Pernod, Coffman, Reine, Weaver, Aalbau, Moulton, Schuster, Hubbard, Dorn, Haugen, Eagles, O’Neill, Calway, Peters, Heibel, Scheubing, Poate, Gilman, Raehrborn, Gehrt, Gurgle, Bromely, Williamson, Krause, Quicker
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/6/1919
Neillsville (6 Mar 1919)
Mrs. P.N. Nelson was at St. Paul on Friday.
Leo Meyers went to Loyal on business Monday.
Mrs. Fred Smith went to Marshfield on Thursday.
E.J. Knickel was here from Colby Monday on business.
A.L. Devos was at Stratford Thursday on business.
Mrs. A.S. Leason spent Monday afternoon at Granton.
Patricia Barton spent Sunday with friends in Marshfield.
Chas. Seif transacted business at Eau Claire on Thursday.
J.W. Short was at Marshfield on Wednesday of last week.
Mrs. M. Cannon of Merrillan was here between trains Monday.
Gus. Schlender was here from Columbia Monday afternoon.
Miss Ella Muck went to Marshfield Monday to spend a few days.
Frank Glass was at Marshfield Monday afternoon on business.
Ed. Sternitzky of Lynn transacted business here Monday morning.
Mrs. J.J. Irvine went to Loyal Wednesday to spend a few days.
Pat Kelly spent Thursday with his wife at the hospital at Marshfield.
J.L. Neverman and daughter were at Marshfield Monday on business.
Misses Helen and Thressa Mueller are home from Milwaukee for a week’s visit.
Floyd Monk came home on Monday, having received his discharge from the navy.
W.H. Vroman of Eau Claire, district engineer, was in the city Wednesday on business.
Walter Forbush came home Saturday from Centralia, Wash., where he spent several months.
Assemblyman Harry Hewett came up from Madison Saturday on a business trip to his farm.
Joe Benjamin returned Saturday from Marshfield where he underwent an operation on his jaw.
Mrs. Chas. Babcock returned last week from a visit with her aged father at Milton Junction.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Neff took their little baby to Marshfield on Friday to undergo a minor operation.
Mrs. Wm. True returned home to Hatfield Monday after a few days’ visit with Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Sniteman.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Wilding are here from Tripoli for a visit. They went to Alma Center Saturday to spend a few days.
Mrs. Allen of Whitehall and her grandson, Allen Herrick, of Watertown, S.D., are here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Rush.
Harry M. Noll arrived home from France on Monday. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Noll and was a member of the Black Hawk division.
C.S. Stockwell was home for a few days last week. He has moved into rooms over Huntley’s store, which he will occupy while at home.
Mrs. Allie F. Burge of Muskegon, Mich., left Sunday night on the 11:40 train for her home after a five weeks’ stay with her son at Eau Claire and spending a week in Neillsville with relatives and friends.
Lieut. Clark Morley has arrived at London according to a cablegram received by his mother at La Crosse. Clark was very sick at Archangel, Russia, when last heard from and his friends here will be glad to learn of his safe arrival out of Russia.
Cards were received here Monday announcing the Marriage of Glidden Hinman and Miss Lucille Bates at Dundee, Ill., on Feb. 15th. Doc has a lot of friends here, gained by his residence here while in the employ of the condensary, and they will be pleased to extend their best wishes to the bride and groom.
Henry Just has a cow of which he is justly proud for she has been a great moneymaker for him in the past year especially. He has sold her milk to the condensary since May, and during the ten months past, he sold 6.064 lbs. of milk, with a test of 5.5. In addition to this milk, two and a half quarts of milk were sold to private customers, so that Henry figures the cow made close to $200 worth of milk in ten months.
Paul Pernod was at Auburndale Tuesday on business.
Harry Coffman of Loyal was here on business Monday.
John Reine went to Baraboo Tuesday on a business trip.
Sheriff Weaver took Siever Aalbau of Beaver to Mendota on Tuesday.
Miss Pearl Moulton of Odanah is here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Schuster.
Mrs. Hugh Hubbard came from Big Foot, Ill., Sunday to spend a short time here.
Herb Dorn, who has been a member of the field artillery, arrived home Saturday from France.
Mrs. Theodore Haugen and baby are here from Madison, S.D., visiting her mother, Mrs. Eagles.
Judge O’Neill and Court Reporter F.D. Calway went to Baraboo Monday for the spring term of court.
Miss Jean Peters left Monday for her home at Seattle after a couple weeks’ visit with Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Schuster.
Miss Minnie Heibel left for Milwaukee Thursday, Feb. 27, where she intends to visit her sister, Mrs. John A. Scheuing.
Mrs. Henry Poate and Mrs. Kenneth Poate returned home to Alma Center Friday after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Will Poate.
W.H. Gilman has sold his lumber business at Loyal and he and his wife are again residents of Neillsville. Will went to Loyal on business Tuesday.
Harry Raehrborn came Saturday to spend a short time with Billy Gehrt. He is just out of the army and after having a short vacation expects to return here and resume his work again.
Mrs. Paul Gurgle and little daughter, and her son, Harold Bromely, returned Monday from a brief visit at Madison. Mr. Bromely but recently returned from France, having received his discharge from the army.
The annual meeting of the Neillsville Canning Co. was held Monday evening and the report of the secretary and treasurer showed a very satisfactory business for the year. L. Williamson and Gust. Krause were re-elected directors.
Sergt. Mat. Mueller came home Saturday night from Camp Grant to spend a short furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mueller. Mat but recently got back to this country from France and is still in the service, undergoing treatment at an army hospital. He is on crutches, having been very severely wounded in battle in France. However, he is getting along quite well considering the severity of his wounds.
Sergt. Albert Quicker, who was a member of Co. A, 127th Infantry, arrived here Friday, having received his honorable discharge from service. Sergt. Quicker has been in the thickest of the fighting in France, and has one wound stripe to his credit. He was wounded on the 4th day of August on the Chateau Thierry front, the sixth time “over the top” in the taking of the city of Fismes, receiving a shrapnel wound in the heel. His home is near Chili. – Marshfield Times
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