News: Chili (03 Apr 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Pultz, Gunderson, Spartks, Gibson, Cattanach, Hotchkiss, Henning, Knorr, Sherer, Waterman, Coffin

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/3/1919

Chili (3 Apr 1919)

Mr. Pultz was buried at Neillsville Monday afternoon. Mrs. Gunderson of Eau Claire and a daughter of Chicago were here for the funeral.

Miss Hazel Sparks of Heathville visited Mrs. T. Gibson Tuesday.

Dan Cattanach was a Marshfield caller between trains Monday.

Floyd Gibson went to Stratford Monday where he expects to learn the barber trade.

Joe Hotchkiss and family arrived here from Texas for an extended visit with Mrs. Betsy Hotchkiss.

H.H. Henning was a Neillsville caller Wednesday.

Miss Myrtle Knorr and Mrs. Scherer of Neillsville spent Tuesday with Mrs. Clark Waterman.

Jay Waterman and Mr. Coffin spent Tuesday evening with Forest Green in his sugar bush.

Mrs. Coffin went to Eau Claire Thursday.

Word has been received that Wayne Waterman landed in New York March 24th and will soon be in Camp Grant, Ill., where he will be discharged.



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