News: Neillsville (20 Mar 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Monk, Bartell, Goldamer, Carl, Richardson, MacBride, MacMillan, Irvine, Roehrborn, Stelloh, Nelson, Lenskow, Dittmer, Williamson, McKimm, Butler, Winkleman, Grap, Flagg, Beechler, Noll, Eilert, Beardsley, Deriddinger, Schweinler, Stucki, Grether, Bruley, Wolff, Thomas, Kelly, Ott, Beardsley, Allen, Holtz, Lee, Kennedy
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/20/1919
Neillsville (20 Mar 1919)
Floyd Monk went to Madison on Saturday.
H.E. Bartell was at Thorp Monday on a business trip.
Chas. Goldamer was at Marshfield Monday on business.
Wm. Carl went to La Crosse Saturday to take a position.
Jack Richardson returned to his work at Owen Monday.
R.J. MacBride went to Grand Rapids Monday on business.
Miss Beatrice MacMillan spent Sunday with friends at Chicago.
County Treasurer John Irvine transacted business at Milwaukee last week.
Harry Roehrborn is back at his old position at the Dangers & Kutchera grocery.
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Stelloh returned Monday from a short visit at Milwaukee.
Mrs. Margaret Nelson came from Minneapolis Friday to spend a few days here.
Mrs. H. Lenskow went to Chicago Saturday to spend a short time visiting relatives.
Mrs. Ruth Dittmer of Ladysmith is here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. Williamson.
Joe McKimm went to Westboro Saturday to bring his horses home from the woods.
Mrs. Jos. Butler and children went to Fairchild Saturday to spend Sunday with her folks.
Herman Winkleman and Gustave Grap of Chicago are visiting the G. Grap family at Globe.
Mrs. Augusta Flagg returned to Norwalk Saturday after a short visit with her daughter here.
Geo. Beechler went to Alma Center Saturday to bring home some cows which he bought there.
Harry Noll went to Portage Saturday to resume his work where he left off when he entered the army.
Mrs. Eilert came Monday from Fresno, Cal., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Beardsley.
Mrs. Derriddinger returned home to Antigo Monday after a short visit with her sister, Mrs. F.W. Schweinler.
J.C. Stucki of Black River Falls, who is a member of the base hospital band at Camp Grant, spent a couple days here last week with Rev. and Mrs. Grether.
Lieut. George Bruley landed in New York last week and expects to be home soon. He has been attached to the hospital corps in France ever since he went across.
John Wolff received a card from his son, George, stating that he had arrived in New York from France last week. George will no doubt soon be home. He was gassed quite badly and was in the hospital in France previous to being sent home.
Miss Harriet Thomas, who has been the local editor of the Black River Falls Journal for the past two years, has resigned her position. She has proved herself an exceptionally clever writer and did much to continue the high standard of the Journal.
Mrs. Pat Kelly came home last week from the hospital at Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ott went to Chicago last week to spend a couple of weeks with relatives.
George Beardsley has sold his house on the north side to Hm. Meske and has bought the Holden home on South Hewett Street.
Lee Allen and Ernest Holtz have purchased the Seif blacksmith shop and will engage in the general blacksmithing and horseshoeing business. The boys are experienced in this line and having just returned from overseas duty, they have decided to locate here and take up their trades where they left off when they went to war.
A farewell party was given on Mr. and Mrs. V.D. Lee Tuesday evening when a large number of their friends gathered at their home. Mr. Lee has accepted a position at a creamery about four miles out of Neillsville, and he will move his family to that place. He has resigned his position at the Withee Co-op Creamery. – Owen Enterprise
Due to an inexcusable oversight, the announcement of Miss Elizabeth Kennedy was left out of last week’s issue of the Times. Miss Kennedy has withdrawn from the race for county superintendent of schools, which position she has most acceptably filled for the past few years. She has made a capable and conscientious superintendent and it is greatly to her credit that she leaves the schools of the county in a most efficient condition and on a high standard of excellence.
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