News: Neillsville (12 Sep 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Yndagliato, Bright, Laabs, Schiller, Kleukner, Lowe, Jackson, Halbrader, Schwamb, Ziegler, Staehli, Wepfer, Salter, Lynch, Garbusch, Berger
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/12/1918
Neillsville (12 Sep 1918)
Louis Yndagliato, the 16-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Yndagliato, died on Friday morning of diphtheria and was buried that evening, his case having been a very contagious and serious one. The young man was just entering manhood and was highly esteemed in his neighborhood.
Ben Bright was here from Black River Falls yesterday.
Albert Laabs was here from Curtiss Tuesday on business.
Wm. Schiller is here from Glendive, Mont., for a visit with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J.L Kleukner returned Monday from their auto trip to Chicago.
Jesse Lowe went to Milwaukee Tuesday to spend a few days and take in the fair.
Lieut. Leo Jackson sent a German helmet home to his mother, it being received last week.
Geo. Halbrader, A. Schwamb, Ed. and Theodore Zeigler were here from Tioga Tuesday on business.
Miss Minnie Staehli of La Crosse arrived here Monday to spend a few days at the home of her sister, Mrs. Anna Wepfer.
Mrs. Richard Salter came down from Colby Thursday to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wick Lynch. Her husband joined her on Saturday and they returned home in their car.
Mrs. Paulina Garbusch and son came home from Rhame, N.D., yesterday where they spent the summer. Paul Berger, who has also been working at Rhame, came home at the same time. Herbert Garbusch states that crops in North Dakota are not up to the average, as during the month of June not a drop of rain fell.
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