News: Neillsville (17 Apr 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Brown, Kountz, Bullard, Paulus, Gearke, Warren, Annell, Albright, Irvine, Braun, Grow, Yoker, Meihack, Furstenburg, Montgomery, Wellers, Weaver, Hemp, Kelley, Jacques, Mentzel, Dodte, Schoengarth, Crosby, Miller, Johnson, O’Neill, Calway, Lorentzen, Andersen, Bornholt, Olson, Welch, Trigg, Rude, Mick, Howard, Campman, Rath, Carter, Huckstead, Goodhue, Christofferson, Rush, Bagnell, Brauer, Page, Williams, Oatman
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/17/1919
Neillsville (17 Apr 1919)
R.V. Brown went to Unity Tuesday on business.
R.F. Kountz was at Eau Claire on Saturday on business.
Harold Bullard was in Milwaukee last week on business.
Blucher Paulus got home Saturday from service overseas.
S.C. Gearke is here from Minneapolis renewing acquaintances.
Mrs. Otto Warren went to Kenosha last week to visit for a short time.
E.G. Annell of Dundee was here the first of the week on business.
Miss Leona Albright is home from New London for the Easter vacation.
Miss Erna Meihack went to Janesville Tuesday where she has employment.
Mrs. Furstenburg of Marshfield is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Montgomery.
Miss Marie Wellers is here from St. Paul to spend her spring vacation with friends.
Mrs. Weaver of Loyal is here for a visit with her son, Sheriff Weaver, and family.
Mrs. Adolph Hemp and Mrs. Thomas Kelley spent last Thursday at Marshfield.
Mrs. George Jacques returned last week from a three weeks’ visit at Sioux City, Iowa.
Chas. Mentzel of Grafton arrived here Friday to spend a week with relatives and friends.
Carl Dodte and daughter, Mrs. O.W. Schoengarth, were at Marshfield on Monday.
E.W. Crosby went to Black River Falls Monday to try several cases in the circuit court this week.
Leo Miller is home after spending a month trying out a travelling sales job for a candy company.
Gilbert Johnson came home last week from a six weeks’ visit with his mother at Minneapolis.
Judge O’Neill and F.D. Calway went to Black River Falls Monday to open the spring term of court.
Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Lorentzen of Stevens Point spent Monday here with Mr. and Mrs. Ole Andersen.
Theodore Bornholt has sold his Columbia farm and moved his family to Dayton, New York last week.
Mrs. John Olson of town Beaver was taken to Medota Saturday for treatment as to her mental condition.
Mrs. Mabel Welch of Granton returned home, having spent two weeks here caring for Mrs. Ole C. Andersen.
Mrs. A.B. Johnson and Mrs. Trigg of Black River Falls were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Rude on Monday.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Mick will be pleased to learn that a little son was born to them at Chicago on April 13th.
Mrs. L.H. Howard, Mrs. W.A. Campman and Mrs. Rath returned Sunday from a brief shopping trip to Milwaukee.
Mrs. H.J. Carter returned to her home at Crandon Monday after a brief visit here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Huckstead.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton C. Carter came down from St. Paul last Wednesday to spend a short time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. Goodhue and family have returned to Chicago to again make their home, Mr. Goodhue’s work with the National Food Preserving Co. having been completed.
Mrs. Christofferson of Colby accompanied her husband, Dr. Christofferson, here and will visit with Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Rush while the doctor is attending county board.
Miss Irene Bagnell was called to Milwaukee by the illness of her sister. Miss Bagnell is trimmer in the millinery department of the Big store.
Bob Brauer took his son, John, to Oshkosh last week for treatment for the boy’s eyes. Mr. Brauer returned home Friday, his mother coming home with him to spend a short time while Mrs. Brauer went to Oshkosh to care for her little son.
Leland Page is here for a couple weeks’ visit before going to Livingston, Montana, to resume his work with the Northern Pacific Railroad and which he left to enlist. He got back from France a few days ago, having spent twenty months there as a member of the 17th Engineers. His division was one of the very first to cross the water as the advance of the A.E.F.
It now looks as though work would commence almost immediately on Osseo’s new milk condensary, says the Osseo News. C.A. Williams was piloting three condensary men around the village and surrounding country Monday and they were making inquiry regarding places to sleep for forty men. The war interfered first with building of this condensary, then Mr. Oatman died, but now it looks as though it would go through without delay.
© Every submission is protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.
Show your appreciation of this freely provided information by not copying it to any other site without our permission.
A site created and
maintained by the Clark County History Buffs