News: Neillsville (24 Apr 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Goldamer, Kutchera, Hubing, Schwentkofske, Prock, Wessenberg, Marx, Carlton, Wightman, Dreschler

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/24/1919

Neillsville (24 Apr 1919)

Chas. Goldamer was at Marshfield Tuesday.

Mrs. Ed. Kutchera was at Marshfield yesterday.

Art Hubing went to Grand Rapids yesterday on business.

Carl Schwentkofske is visiting relatives at Superior.

Mrs. Clare Prock visited with friends at La Crosse last week.

Miss Hulda Wessenberg left yesterday for a visit at Rhinelander.

Miss Celia Marx was home from Eau Claire to spend Easter Sunday wither parents.

John P. Marx arrived home from Camp Grant Saturday, having received his honorable discharge.

Clinton Carlton of Medford has been here for several days visiting the Carlton and Wightman families. His home is in Medford, but he was in Canada at the outbreak of the war. He enlisted in the Canadian Army and served 37 months in the war in France. As a result of his long service, he was given special favors and recommendation by the Canadian Army officials.

Mrs. Lois Dreschler, who has been at the Lutheran Hospital at Eau Claire for the past two weeks, is gradually regaining strength after her serious operation. She wishes to take this way to extend her appreciation and heartfelt thanks to her neighbors, relatives and friends who so kindly assisted in taking her away, and who remembered her with flowers, cards, letters and delicacies and personal calls.



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