News: Hewettville (4 Dec 1913)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Schultz, Moffatt, Forbush, Payson, Cook, Wood, Kaslow, Mallig, Ritchie, Hotelling, Levine, Albrecht, Bruni, Dux, Weisner, Imoberstig, Metcalf, Hart, Bielow


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Dec 4, 1913


Hewettville (4 Dec 1913)


H. Schultz and family, E.R. Moffatt and family, Geo. Forbush and family and Ed Payson visited at Ray Cook’s Sunday evening.


Davie Wood called on Willard Moffatt Sunday.


L. Kaslow. G. Mallig and Elsa Mallig visited at Willard Moffatt’s Thanksgiving Day.


Ed Payson is working for George Forbush.


Mrs. Julia Wood and daughter, Mrs. Geo. Forbush, spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Flora Ritchie.


Mrs. Hotelling is here to spend the winter with Frank Levine.  They spent Thanksgiving at Herman Albrecht’s.


H. Albrecht and wife called on Mrs. Bruni Saturday, who is very sick at this writing.


Mrs. Grace Dux spent Wednesday at Mrs. F. Ritchie’s.


Miss Hazel Weisner called on Mrs. G. Forbush one day last week.


Mr. Imoberstig is on the sick list.


Jesse Metcalf of Altoona is here to visit with his parents, A. Metcalf and wife, a few days.


Geo. Hart and son got a large wolf Sunday.


Lillian Bielow visited her sister at Alma Center last week.


Mr. Bielow had the good luck of getting a nice deer the last day of hunting season.


Frank and Walter Forbush entertained a number of friends Sunday.


Mrs. Ray Cook visited her aunt, Mrs. F. Ritchie, Wednesday.


Mrs. Julia Wood spent a day last week with her daughter, Mrs. Forbush.


Ray Cook helped Herman Albrecht kill hogs Monday.


Mrs. E. Moffatt and Mrs. George Forbush called on Mrs. H. Albrecht one day last week.


Eugene Moffatt is working on the road.



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