News: Neillsville (03 Apr 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Lyons, Goldamer, Lowe, Paulus, Merrill, Maier, Ripplinger, Owen, Selves, Bohnsack, Hazelett, Brown, Beechler, Sears, Greeler, Hoesly, Schuller, Zimmerman, Mallig, Mitchell, Lambert, Howard, Rabenstein, Sontag, Sack, Wilding, Alderman, Cook, Johnson, Waterman, Ainsworth, Bass, Harding, Carl, Carson, Craig, Irvine, Bandelow, Miller, Dohl, Hart, Neverman, Page, Linstern, Blau, Pollinow, Puttkanner, Salter, Lynch, Markham, Swann, Draper, Pitcher, Jacobs, Vincent, Wallace, Devos, Andersen, Muck, Warren, Gay, Jackson, Crosby, Nelson, Duxbury, Hauge, Mueller, Smith, Crothers, Coleman, Griffith, Patey, Ford, Paulson, Jacques, Brooks, Rosenberg, Wolff, Thompson, Buddenhagen, Wonser, Davis, Lawson, Williams
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/3/1919
Neillsville (3 Apr 1919)
James Lyons of Colby was here on business on Friday.
Chas. Goldamer was at Marshfield Monday on business.
Jessie Lowe was at Marshfield on Friday on business,
Mrs. James Paulus was at Granton on Monday afternoon.
James Merrill of Beaver transacted business here Saturday.
Mrs. Jessie Lowe left Monday for a brief visit at Waukesha.
Walter Maier of Stanley spent Sunday here with friends.
Ben Ripplinger of Ripplinger was here on business on Friday.
Miss Ruth Owen went to Glendive, Mont., Monday where she will teach.
Mrs. Elmer Selves went to Kendall Monday for a visit with relatives.
Ed. Bohnsack went to Waterloo Monday where he has employment.
Harry Hazelett and Chas. Brown were here from Loyal on business.
Mrs. Beechler retuned home to Hatfield Monday after a short visit here.
Verlyn Sears returned Monday to his studies at the state university on Monday.
Chas. Greeler, M. Hoesly and A.B. Schuller were at Wausau Friday on business.
Harry Zimmerman returned to his studies at the state university on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mallig and son returned Monday from the hospital at Marshfield.
Mrs. Earl Mitchell of Marshfield spent a few days here last week with Mrs. Lambert.
Len Howard left last week for Montana where he will put in the crops on his farm.
Mrs. Carl Rabenstein is home from a several weeks’ visit with her daughter at Ft. Atkinson.
Jule Sontag came over from Marshfield Monday and spent the day with his brother, George.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sack went to Nekoosa Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. Sack’s sister.
M.E. Wilding went to Marshfield Saturday evening to make the acquaintance of his new grandson.
Mrs. H. Alderman of Chicago came on Friday to spend several months with her daughter, Mrs. John Cook.
Mrs. J.H. Johnson returned home to Chetek Monday after a short visit with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Waterman.
Misses Nan Lowe, Alice Ainsworth and Josie Bass returned to their schoolwork at Minneapolis on Sunday.
Chester and Henry Harding and Wm. Carl left Monday for Minnesota where they will do farm work this summer.
Miss Carson, who has been doing work in the public library for the past six weeks, returned to Madison on Saturday.
Miss Elva Craig of Loyal spent a few days here last week with her cousin, Miss Eulah Irvine, going from here to Minneapolis.
Mrs. Geo. Bandelow was quite severely burned Sunday evening while building up the furnace fire at her home south of town.
Leo Miller has taken a position on the road for the Badger Candy Co. of Milwaukee with territory in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Mrs. Frank Dohl returned home to Milwaukee Monday after a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lowe and Mr. and Mrs. George Hart.
Mrs. Wm. Irvine returned home to Loyal Monday after a week’s visit with her son, County Treasurer J.J. Irvine, and family, Saturday.
A 10 ½ lb. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Brown at the Marshfield Hospital Friday and since that time Herb has been running on high all the time.
J.L. Neverman returned Monday from a few days’ visit at Chicago. He brought his little niece, Virginia Neverman, home with him for a short visit with her grandmother.
Geo. Wilding, W.W. Page, Nic. Linster, Nollie Blau, Ed. Pollinow and Wm. Puttkammer went to Lac du Flambeau Monday morning where they will start sawing the Wilding Bros. logs.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Salter of Colby spent Wednesday evening here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Lynch. Mr. Salter is treasurer of Colby and was here to settle with the county clerk.
Mrs. Ada Markham of Independence stopped off and spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swann, going on to Loyal Monday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Draper.
Mrs. A.C. Pitcher received the news last week that a niece had died at the hospital at Beloit on March 21st. The young lady was a most estimable and capable woman and her death is deeply mourned by Mrs. Pitcher.
Editor Carl Rabenstein is quite sick.
Robt. Jacobs went to Chicago Tuesday for a brief visit.
Miss Beulah Neverman went to Milwaukee Tuesday to visit friends.
Victor Vincent went to Huron, S.D., Tuesday to work this summer.
Wm. Wallace started work Monday for the La Crosse Cracker and Candy Co.
Mrs. A.L. Devos went to Greenwood Tuesday to visit with her mother.
A little daughter was born to County Clerk and Mrs. Ole Andersen on Friday.
W.A. Muck of Jefferson visited his sister here on Monday and transacted business also.
Miss Hattie Warren left on Monday for Ryebate, Montana, where she will spend some time.
Mrs. Chas. Gay of Hammond spent a couple days here last week with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lowe.
Mrs. F.M. Jackson of Colby spent Sunday here with her husband and Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Crosby.
Miss Clara Nelson of Black River Falls spent Sunday here with her brother, P.N. Nelson, and wife.
Mrs. Paul Duxbury returned home to Hixton Tuesday after a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lowe.
Alfred Hauge has bought a new Chevrolet truck and fitted it up with an oil tank to use in delivering gas and oil.
Mrs. John Mueller and Mrs. Otto Miller went to Chicago Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mueller’s sister.
Messrs W.L. Smith, George Crothers, Rev. Coleman, F.J. Griffith and W.H. Patey were at Merrillan Monday evening attending a Y.M.C.A. meeting.
Mrs. Peter Paulson and Miss Agnes Paulson went to Merrillan Tuesday to meet Mrs. Ford and son, who came from Minneapolis for a visit with the Paulson family.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jacques received a card last week stating that their son, Lieut. James Jacques, had landed in New York. Leland Page also came from France last week.
Herb Brooks has moved his refreshment and confectionary store into his building north of the Times building. He formerly was located at the Merchants Hotel. His new quarters are very neat and commodious.
Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Rosenberg left last Wednesday for their new home at Albuquerque, New Mexico. They have a lot of very good friends here who will hope that the change of climate will be beneficial to Mr. Rosenberg.
George Wolff arrived Friday from Camp Grant, having received his discharge there. He came back from France a short time previous. He was gassed quite severely, but is nearly recovered and looks fine.
Mrs. Chas. Thompson fell on Tuesday morning and broke her arm.
Emery W. Crosby and Elmer Buddenhagen of Neillsville, E.R. Wonser, W. Scott Davis, Henry Lawson and Henry Williams of Granton, Wisconsin, left for Minneapolis Monday to attend the trial of the case of the Farmers State Bank of Granton against the Green Lake State Bank of Spicer, Minnesota. The case is a very important case to the farmers of Clark County, in reference to a tubercular test of cattle and a shipment of a carload of Holstein cattle that was purchased by a party in Minnesota, who, after receiving the cattle, claims that some of them were tubercular, and refuses to pay for the same. The case will be watched with much interest in the United States court, where the same will be tried this week.
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