News: Hewett (18 Jul 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Dormady, Payson, Cook, Ritchie, Wood, Durst, Beulow, Scanelton, Dux, Moffatt, Sindelar, Bruney, Eggeman, Bagley
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/18/1918
Hewett (18 Jul 1918)
A picnic was held at the Dan Dormady home the Fourth of July, which was well attended and a good time is reported.
Ed. Payson and wife of Alma Center spent the 4th here with old friends.
Bill Cook is home for a while.
Mrs. Will Ritchie is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Julia Wood.
Walter Durst is home from Alma Center.
Willie Beulow and sister, Lillie, are keeping house for their sister near Humbird.
Both old and young have been enjoying themselves lately tripping the light fantastic at the John Scanelton home.
There are reported to be lots of berry pickers and some berries.
One of the nicest rains of the season is falling today (Monday).
The writer has been informed that this town went over the top in war savings stamps.
Will Dux and Lon Cook and wives autoed to Columbia one evening last week.
E.R. Moffatt was appointed town clerk in place of Otaker Sindelar, resigned, who goes to the colors this month. Here’s luck to you, Otaker.
Jake Bruney came home Monday.
Mrs. G. Bruney is visiting her friend, Mrs. Eggeman, and picking blueberries.
We extend our sympathy to Mrs. John Bagley, and sorrowing relatives in their recent sad bereavement.
Lon and Bill Cook and wives spent Sunday evening with Earl Wood and wife.
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