News: Neillsville (3 Oct 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Lynch, Kurth, Frank, Frantz, Bradbury, Neihoff, Rush, Maxwell, Forman, Glasow, Jones, Reigel, Tramm, Blum, Schroeder, Linster, Phillips, Puttkammer, Riedel, Frei, Haff, Schilling, Sanborn, Walk, Carlton, Groves, Hannah, Mallery, Brauer, Frenzel, Frommel, Brameld, Dahl, Stelloh, Pagenkopt, Tardiff, Gates, Smith, Stoehr, Melville, Burge
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/3/1918
Neillsville (3 Oct 1918)
Wilbur Lynch was here over Sunday.
Mrs. Robt. Kurth returned Monday from a brief visit in Milwaukee.
Alonzo Frank went to Stevens Point Monday to attend school.
Mrs. George Frantz went to Elroy Monday to spend a short time.
Mrs. E.L. Bradbury went to Milwaukee Monday to attend the O.E.S. convention.
Mrs. Felix Neihoff of Colby was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Rush over Sunday.
Miss Irene Maxwell went to Chili Monday to teach school in that vicinity.
W.E. Forman and daughter, Mrs. Glasow, and Mrs. Carrie Jones went to Marshfield Monday to see Mrs. Forman.
Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Reigel and daughter of Owen and Otto Tramm drove down Saturday night to spend Sunday with the H. Blum and F. Schroeder families.
Nick Linster, Levitt Phillips, Wm. Puttkammer and Ed. Riedel went to Lac du Flambeau Monday morning to put the Linster mill in shape to saw up the Wilding logs.
Mrs. Geo. Frei was a caller here on Thursday to announce the advent of a little son in the family of Sergt. Jos. Haff and wife. The boy, Charles Clarence Haff, was born Sept. 12, at Tauton, Mass. Mr. Haff, a son of Mrs. Frei, has been in the United States Navy for several years and is now in France.
F.X. Schilling’s trial for violating the espionage act, which was in progress for about a week in the Federal Court at Eau Claire, came to a close on Wednesday. The jury, after being out for a short time, brought in a verdict of guilty on the eighteen counts. Judge A.L. Sanborn sentenced Schilling to eighteen months in the Federal prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kas., and to pay a fine of $3,500; Schilling was released on $10,000 bail to return to Cassel in Marathon County to make preparations to serve his sentence.
Carl Walk left Monday for Washington to visit his brothers.
Mrs. T.V. Carlton and daughter went to Adams on Tuesday.
D. Groves of Menomonie spent a few days here with Mrs. Wm. Hannah.
J.E. Mallery of Oshkosh spent Sunday here with his daughter, Mrs. Bob Brauer.
The Frenzel farm near the Mound was sold last week to Wm. Frommel through T.E. Brameld.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Dahl returned home to Johnson’s Creek Monday after a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Stelloh.
Miss Emma Pagenkopf, who has been home all summer, left Tuesday for Denver, Colo., where she will spend the winter with her sister.
T.V. Carlton of Adams spent Sunday here with his wife. He is now braking on the railroad, but expects to go west in a couple weeks and take up this work there.
Mrs. Marion Tardiff and children are here from Stevens Point for a visit with her father, Chas. Gates.
Dr. and Mrs. Bradbury were at Black River Falls on Sunday, having been called there to attend the funeral of Mrs. Bradbury’s stepmother.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and daughter, Florence, Mrs. Alfred Stoehr and Mrs. Willis Melville of Chicago returned home after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Free Burge and Mrs. Mary Smith. They made the trip in the Smith car. The party, together with Mrs. Burge and Mrs. Smith, drove to Owen on Saturday and spent the day.
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