Bio: Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. (Leaving Neillsville - 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Clark, Flanders, Bottum, Fawsett

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/28/1915

Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. (Leaving Neillsville - 1915)

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Clark will be grieved to learn that they are preparing to leave this city and make their home in Milwaukee, where Mr. Clark has become associated with the law firm of Flanders, Bottum, Fawsett & Bottum, one of the oldest established law firms of that city. Mr. Clark will leave for Milwaukee in a couple of weeks, but will be here again for the fall term of court, after which he and his wife will move to Milwaukee to make their future home. For years Mr. and Mrs. Clark have been prominent in business, social and educational circles, Mr. Clark having always been prominently identified with every movement for the development of the city and country, and was a member of the school board for several years, is a Mason of high standing and wide acquaintance, and is also a director of the Neillsville Bank. Mrs. Clark was prominent in the Woman’s Club since its organization here and has spent much time in educational and welfare work. They are the type of citizens that this city can ill afford to lose, but their host of friends are sincere in offering their best wishes for their future welfare and success. Mr. Clark’s ability as a lawyer is well known throughout the state and he will undoubtedly make a great success in the broader fiend of work.



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