News: Neillsville (20 Jun 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Steinhaus, Seitz, Helms, Lowe, Crosby, Bruley, Flint, Wendt, McNelly, Cornwell, Lange, Plummer, Hanson, Phillips, Woodcock, Hannah, Prock, Wepfer, Snyder, Emans, Campbell, Grinde, Tragsdorf, Marth, Williamson, Bradbury, Wolleson, Lute, Beck, Lockwood, Zimmer, Schwellenbach, Ure, Rund, Dugal, Durin, Bowar, Wilbur, Dunn, Homstrum, Richardson, Clintsman, Bremer, Huntley, Ring, Neverman, Beardsley, Higgins, Lanning, Elsinger, Clouse, Chapman
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/20/1918
Neillsville (20 Jun 1918)
Mrs. Antoinette Steinhaus is a guest at the home of her son, W.E. Steinhaus, Oak Leaf Farm.
Misses Elsa and Mena Seitz, Ella, Clara and Mabel Helms drove out from Rozellville last Sunday and had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Steinhaus.
I.H. Lowe was at Merrillan Tuesday on business.
E.W. Crosby was at Madison on Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Emery Bruley was at Eau Claire Tuesday between trains.
Mrs. Bert Flint went to Antigo yesterday for a short visit.
Wm. Wendt is spending a few days with friends in Plymouth.
Steve McNelly went to Fond du Lac Tuesday to spend a few days.
Mrs. L.E. Cornwell of Spencer visited with friends here this week.
Ross Lange of Eau Claire is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Plummer.
Mrs. J.B. Lowe leaves today for Waukesha to visit her daughter for a short time.
Mrs. Henry Hanson of Waukesha is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Phillips.
Mrs. Earl Woodcock returned Tuesday from a two weeks’ visit at Prairie du Chien.
Will Hannah went to St. Paul Tuesday to accompany a party of land seekers to Texas.
Mrs. Mary Prock went to Norwalk yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Wepfer for a short time.
Ernest Snyder came home from Camp Grant Tuesday night to attend the funeral of his mother.
Mrs. Wm. Emens of George, Iowa, is here for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Campbell.
Mrs. John Grinde returned home to Madison Friday after a visit with her mother, Mrs. B. Tragsdorf.
Twelve children took their first solemn communion at St. Mary’s Catholic Church last Sunday.
Miss Emma Marth came home Monday of last week from Billings, Mont., where she has been teaching this year.
Mrs. L. Williamson went to Great Lakes, Ill., Tuesday to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. Warren Bradbury.
L. Wollesen of Marshfield drove over yesterday on business. His daughter Miss Lute, came with him.
Mrs. E.W. Crosby was called to Chicago Tuesday by a message which told of the illness and operation on her sister, Miss Katie Beck.
Miss Pearl Lockwood, a former operator at the depot, stopped off here Tuesday evening on her way from Altoona to Marshfield.
Mrs. George Zimmer and Mrs. Wm. Schwellenbach returned Tuesday from their visit with their mother at Mt. Pleasant, Mich.
J.B. Lowe and George Ure went to Oshkosh Tuesday to attend the state Beaver Convention. From there Mr. Lowe will go to Waukesha and Darlington on a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Rund and Mrs. Hal Richardson autoed to Withee last Sunday and visited with Jack Richardson and family.
Chas. Dugal, Wm. Durin, Hm. Bowar and Ben Wilbur were at Marshfield Sunday and joined the Knights of Columbus. Quite a number of members from Neillsville were over there with them.
Harvey Dunn, daughter, Pearl, and son, Harry, and Mr. Homstrum of Markville, Minn., autoed to Neillsville last week to make a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. Richardson and the families on the Richardson farm.
Miss Rachael Clintsman returned to Janesville Tuesday after a two weeks’ visit at home. Frances Clintsman and Howard Bremer accompanied her and will work there.
Mrs. Will Huntley, Miss Ethel Ring and Mary Neverman were at Eau Claire Tuesday to spend the afternoon with Mrs. George Beardsley, who is in the hospital there.
Ed. Higgins was here from Glenwood City Tuesday. He is able to get about quite handily now and he thinks he is lucky to be able to do as much as he is. However, he has lost so much of his excess weight that but a few of his friends recognized him until he had spoken to them.
Game Warden Ben Lanning was here from Black River Falls and prosecuted John Elsinger and Louis Clouse of town Loyal for netting fish in Cawley Creek. The men were apprehended last Sunday by a deputy and they pled guilty before Justice Campman and were fined $100 each and costs, the cost in each case being $19.46.
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