News: Hewettville (5 Mar 1914)



Surnames: Haskins, Dux, Sayles, Ritchie, Wood, Cook, Forbush, Durst, Woodcock, Hotelling, Hart, Sacket, Amidon, Fields, Jacques, Lavine, Galbreath


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Mar 5, 1914


Hewettville (5 Mar 1914)


Mesdames Haskins and Dux visited at Joel Sayles’ Thursday.  Mrs. Sayles is on the sick list.


Will Dux and wife and Mrs. Ritchie visited at the home of Julia Wood Thursday evening.


Ray Cook is working for George Forbush.


There was a dance Thursday evening for the young people at the home of John Durst.  They all report a good time. 


Mesdames Dave Wood and Ritchie and Miss Woodcock visited at Mrs. L. Cook’s Friday.


Mrs. Ritchie visited Mrs. Hotelling Tuesday.


Jane Wood has been very sick, but is a little better at this writing.


Mrs. Ritchie called at George Forbush’s and Mrs. Sayles’ Friday forenoon.


Mrs. Will Cook and Bennie Hart were Neillsville callers one day last week.


Mrs. Forbush was an overnight visitor at Joel Sayles’ Wednesday.


Will Dux drove up to Mr. Sacket’s Monday after a load of wood for Wm. Ritchie.


Will Ritchie visited Walt Amidon’s Sunday.


Ole Fields is doing a fine brushing job for G. Jacques.


Will Dux visited at Frank Lavine Sunday afternoon.


Jossie Wood made a business trip to Columbia Friday.


Mrs. R. Cook and Lena Forbush drove to Shortville last week to visit their aunt, Mrs. J. Galbreath, and family a few days.




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