News: Neillsville (8 May 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Seif, Andrews, Caldwell, Irvine, Kennedy, Cesnick, Zimmerman, Lynch, Brazier, Klause, Linster, Gibson, Moulton, Hewett, Krueger, Schultz, Smith, Unger, Schruth, Gehrt, MacBride, Brauer, Lee, Wellers, Embke, Stockwell, Carlton, Schoengarth, Carter, Larson, Weeks, Williams, Reuter, Warneke, Page, Roadt, Bahlhans, Thoma, Slocomb, Southard, Kurth, Eggiman
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/8/1919
Neillsville (8 May 1919)
Fred Seif, Jr., is quite sick.
K. Andrews of Colby was here on business Saturday.
Dan Caldwell and Donald Irvine drove to Loyal Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Kennedy was home from Owen on Saturday.
Ignatz Cesnick of Willard was here on business Thursday.
Geo. Zimmerman and Dan Caldwell were at St. Paul Thursday on business.
Miss Marion Lynch went to Wausau Monday to visit friends for a few days.
Al. Brazier and Lee Klause of town Beaver transacted business here on Thursday.
Nic Linster and his crew are home from Lac du Flambeau, having finished sawing the Wilding Bros. logs.
L.W. Gibson of Medford, assemblyman from Taylor County, died at Madison last week, death being due to heart failure.
Chas. Moulton was called to Odanah Sunday evening as his father was to undergo an operation at the hospital at Ashland on Monday.
Assemblyman Harry Hewett was here over Sunday, being on his way back to Madison from Superior where he was a witness in the Krueger hearing.
Lieut. Walter Schultz arrived home from France on Sunday, having received his discharge. Walt went across a private and won a commission in France, being attached to the 42nd Division.
H.J. Smith of Park Falls spent a few days here last week with his sister, Mrs. Adolph Unger. He is publisher of the Independent of that city and this office acknowledges a pleasant fraternal call.
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Schruth and two children, who have been visiting the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gehrt, returned home to Minneapolis Friday. Mr. Schruth has a large sewer job in North Dakota and was called back there Friday.
R.J. MacBride was at Colby the first of the week on business.
Bob Brauer went to Oshkosh Saturday evening to spend Sunday.
Miss Hazel Lee visited Miss Marie Wellers at St. Paul a few days last week.
Herman and Henry Embke went to Stevens Point Tuesday on business.
C.S. Stockwell was home over Sunday and went to Waupaca on Tuesday.
T.V. Carlton was here this week from Adams to see his little daughter.
Mrs. Aug. Schoengarth is home from a brief visit with relatives and friends in Chicago.
Herbert and Lyman Smith accompanied their father to Madison Monday to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carter are home from Minneapolis where they were called by the illness of their son, Clint. He underwent an operation for appendicitis and last reports indicate that he is getting along nicely.
Norman Larson arrived home from France on Saturday night, having received his honorable discharge.
Robt. Weeks and Dell Williams came home Monday from a business trip to La Crosse and Hillsboro.
Mrs. Reuter returned home to New London Monday after a few days’ visit with her daughter, Mrs. Warnecke.
Leland Page left Monday for Livingston, Mont., where he will resume his work with the N.P. Railroad.
Jos. Roadt of Beaver, just out of the army, was here Thursday, being on his way to Milwaukee to resume his work.
Mrs. Stewart Bahlhans left Monday for her home at Grand Rapids, Mich., after a brief visit with her mother, Mrs. Linster.
County Road Supt. W.C Thoma and Otis Slocomb were at Owen on Thursday where a meeting of the county road committee was held.
R.V. Southard of Marshfield, who had been dairy and food inspector for this district for several years, has resigned his position to manage a cheese warehouse at La Crosse.
Mrs. Robt. Kurth returned Tuesday from a brief visit at Milwaukee.
In loving memory of our dear son and brother, who was called to heaven two years ago, May 6.
In the graveyard peacefully sleeping / Where the flowers gently wave,
Lies the one we loved so dearly, / In his lonely silent grave.
The flowers we have laid upon you, / May wither and decay.
But the love we bear for you, darling, / Will never fade away.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Eggiman and Children.
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