News: Neillsville (27 Mar 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Marth, Kraig, Seidelman, Lynch, Moatz, Bruley, Ott, Martin, Colman, Miller, Beyer, Goldammer, Davis, Perkins, Hewett, Schwentkofske, Milbreit, Parsons, Crocker
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/27/1919
Neillsville (27 Mar 1919)
Miss Alma Marth has been quite sick with influenza.
A.M. Kraig was here from Alma Center on Saturday.
Henry Seidelman was at Eau Claire Tuesday on business.
Abe Lynch was at Black River Falls Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Moatz of St. Paul is visiting her brother, Lieut. Geo. Bruley.
Albert Ott and wife returned yesterday from a visit in Chicago.
Mrs. A.C. Martin was at Marshfield yesterday between trains.
Russell Colman is home from the state university for a brief vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Miller left Tuesday for a visit with relatives at Winona.
Misses Margaret and Eda Beyer was home from Glencoe, Ill., for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goldammer and son went to Abbotsford yesterday for a visit with relatives.
Kearney Davis has resumed his Saturday work at the Perkins Barber Shop.
Mrs. S.F. Hewett and daughter, Miss Helen, spent a couple days this week at Eau Claire.
Will Schwentkofske was here from Superior this week for a few days visit with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Milbreit returned Monday from their wedding trip and are now at home to their friends at their home southeast of the city.
Income Assessor F.A. Parsons came home Monday from Black River Falls to spend the week here. His wife came with him to visit with Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Crocker.
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