News: Neillsville (13 Mar 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Weaver, Knorr, Brown, Schlote, Suckow, Macksam, Sturdevant, Schroeder, Gilman, Marth, Pulz, Zickert, Irvine, Evans, Grevec, Page, Wilding, Devos, Yorkston, Reitz, Christianson, Emerson, Mularky, Esch, Andrews, Zimmer, Lee, Bartell, MacBride, Phillips, Olson, Kelly, Hanke, Anderson, Knutson, Carlton, Steffen, Jahr, Hemp, Huntley, Resong, Meyers, Dovenberg, May, Neff, Gangler, Jacques, Weber, Smith, Glass, Mead, Ripplinger, Marsh, Deland, Juneau, Wolff, Furstenberg, Montgomery, Withers, Sears, Warren, Lafe, Noah, Pagenkopf, Mundhenk, Frost, Kearney, O’Brien, Selves, Huckstead, Vine, Stochek
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/13/1919
Neillsville (13 Mar 1919)
Sheriff Weaver was at Waupaca on business Monday.
A.J. Knorr returned last week from his Florida trip.
R.V. Brown was at Ripplinger on Thursday and Friday.
Chas. Schlote transacted business at Wausau on Monday.
Rudolph Suckow was at Marshfield on Monday afternoon.
Arthur Macksam of Loyal transacted business here on Thursday.
L.M. Sturdevant of Eau Claire transacted business here Friday.
Henry Schroeder was here from Reedsburg the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gilman went to Antigo last week for a short visit.
Frank Marth was at Chili Thursday to visit Henry Pulz, who is quite sick.
Mrs. R.A. Zickert went to Milwaukee Monday for a brief visit with relatives.
County Treasurer John Irvine was at Marshfield Monday afternoon on business.
Arthur Evans came home last week from Camp Kearney, Cal., having received his discharge.
Fred Grevec was fined last week for violation of the pure food laws. He is a cheese maker.
W.W. Page is home from Lac du Flambeau where he has been working for the Wilding Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Devos went to Milwaukee last week to spend a few days. Mr. Devos returned home Monday.
Leslie Yorkston is home from Camp MacArthur, Texas, having been given his discharge from the army.
Fred Reitz was here from Black River Falls Friday and Saturday. He and his wife contemplate moving to Florida.
Joe Christianson and Andrew Emerson of Loyal were here on Friday. Christianson is a blind man and was making application for a pension.
A.R. Mularky, formerly of the Neillsville garage, has accepted a position selling for the local Ford agent, A.J. Knorr, and also will take part in the mechanical end of the garage.
Mrs. W.F. Esch, 45, sister-in-law of Congressman John J. Esch, died at St. Mary’s Hospital. She leaves her husband, post office inspector in this district, and three children. The funeral was held Tuesday at the home in Lodi.
K. Andrews was here from Colby on Friday.
A.R. Mularky spent Sunday at La Crosse.
Phil Zimmer was here from Altoona over Sunday.
Robt. E. Lee spent Sunday with friends at St. Paul.
Miss Libbie Bartell was at Black River Falls on Monday.
R.J. MacBride was at Grand Rapids on Monday on business.
J.A. Phillips transacted business at Black River Falls Monday.
Gust Olson went to Minneapolis last week and may work there.
Pat Kelly spent Thursday with his wife at the Marshfield Hospital.
Mrs. Otto Hanke went to La Crosse Monday for a visit with relatives.
Mrs. Gusta Anderson went to Blair Saturday to visit for a few days.
Henry Knutson was here from Rhinelander last week on business.
T.V. Carlton came up from Adams Saturday to spend a few days with his daughter.
Gilbert Steffen returned home to Elroy Monday after a short visit with relatives here.
Mrs. Al. Jahr of Granton spent Tuesday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hemp.
G.C. Huntley was at Black River Falls Monday attending a Modern Woodmen convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Mat Resong went to Rhinelander Monday to spend a short time with friends.
Mrs. Wm. Meyers went to Curtiss Monday to complete the school year for a teacher in the schools there.
Vern Dovenberg is back at his old position at the Big Store having just received his discharge from the army.
Art May returned home to Grand Rapids Monday after spending several weeks here with his brother, George.
Harry Neff and son were at Marshfield Saturday to see Mrs. Neff and the little baby who underwent an operation at the hospital there.
A little daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gangler at the Marshfield Hospital Saturday. Nick went over on Sunday to make the young lady’s acquaintance.
Capt. Will Jacques has received his discharge from the army and went through here Monday on his way to Greenwood to join his family there for a brief visit before returning here.
George and Myron Wilding came home Saturday from Lac du Flambeau where they have spent the winter logging. They had a very satisfactory winter and have all their logs on the skids ready for sawing.
Rev. Weber was at Marshfield on Tuesday.
Mrs. Fred Smith was at Marshfield on Tuesday.
Robt. Glass was home from Mondovi Monday.
Dick Mead was here from Abbotsford this week.
W.L. Smith was home from Madison over Sunday.
J.N. Ripplinger was home from Tioga over Sunday.
W.J. Marsh transacted business at Eau Claire Tuesday.
Chas. Deland went to Madison Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Fred Hemp was at Granton on Monday and Tuesday.
John Juneau of Milwaukee spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. John Wolff.
Mrs. Elmer Furstenberg of Marshfield is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Montgomery.
Miss Harriet Withers returned to Madison Tuesday after a short visit with her sister, Mrs. Fred Sears.
Hugo Warren left on Monday for his new home at Minnesota Junction, his family having gone on Saturday.
Geo. Lafe was here from Humbird on Monday. He is just home from France, wounded in the face by shrapnel.
Mrs. Noah of Loyal came Monday to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. Pagenkopf, and sister, Mrs. Mundhenk.
Miss Thera Frost of Withee has taken the position in the schools made vacant by the resignation of Miss Mary Kearney.
Sheriff Weaver brought Fred O’Brien here from Waupaca Monday, O’Brien being charged with issuing defraudulent checks,
Mrs. Sarah Selves and Mrs. Arlo Huckstead went to Crandon Tuesday, having been called there by the serious illness of Mrs. Fred Vine.
Sheriff Weaver and County Clerk Anderson went to Wausau on Tuesday to bring Frank Stochek here. Stochek went insane at Wausau. He is a soldier with Thorp as his home.
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