News: Neillsville (24 Apr 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Schmidt, Gorman, Warlum, Mularkey, Shew, Zimmer, Hagen, Dwyer, Kountz, Walters, Sheddon, Nelson, Hazelett, Pederman, Davis, McBride, Holverson, Brauer, Snyder, Schultz, Kleckner, Brooks, Hanson, Cattanach, Litzen, Schiller, Tragsdorf, Evans, Dougherty, Gullickson, Larson, Lowe, Gerlinger, Wheaton, Bradbury, Luchterhand, Jacques, Paulson, Gotchling, Runge, Glasow, Moen, Leason, Milton, Davis, Crosby, Brown, Frei, Hewett, Cole, North, Brown, Reidel, Sayles, Weaver, Brandt, Henzel, O’Hare, Hartwell, Marsh, Devos, Reine, Kelly, North, Moldernhauer, Nonhoff, McNelly, Moh, Lantz, Kearny, Poate, Free, Holtz, Olson, Clark, Marsh, Wilke, Wagner, Price, Lesselyong, Lennert, Reitz, Bower, Woodward, Hoey, Dean, Ripplinger, Palms
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/24/1919
Neillsville (24 Apr 1919)
Ed. Schmidt of Lynn was here on Monday.
Mrs. Con Gorman was at Marshfield on Friday.
P.M. Warlum transacted business at Granton Friday.
A.R. Mularkey spent Sunday with friends at Oxford.
Cyril Shew was at Eau Claire on business Saturday.
Phil Zimmer was home from Altoona over Sunday.
Mrs. Aug. Hagen spent Friday with friends at Marshfield.
Mrs. J.D. Dwyer of Alma Center was here on Saturday.
R.F. Kountz went to Madison Monday on a business trip.
Miss Julia Walters was home from Marshfield over Sunday.
A.F. Sheddon was at Black River Falls Monday on business.
P.N. Nelson went to Black River Falls Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hazelett of Loyal were here on Friday.
T.B. Pederman of Curtiss transacted business here Friday.
W.S. Davis was here from Granton Saturday on business.
R.J. McBride was at Black River Falls Monday attending court.
A.H. Holverson transacted business at Eau Claire on Monday.
Robert Brauer of Oshkosh spent Sunday here with his son, Bob.
Miss Estelle Snyder was at Marshfield on Monday visiting friends.
Mrs. Paul Schultz spent a few days last week with friends at Augusta.
J.L. Kleckner is slightly under the weather with an attack of lumbago.
H.J. Brooks attended the Eagle convention at Marshfield on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson of Eau Claire are visiting friends here.
Mrs. John Cattanach of Nasonville spent a few days here last week with friends.
N. Litzen of Elcho is here for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Jacob Schiller.
Miss Edna Tragsdorf is home from La Crosse Normal for the Easter.
Wayne Evans came home Monday from overseas. He was a member of the 32nd.
Mrs. J. Dougherty of Great Falls, Minn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Gullickson.
Mrs. Louis Larson of St. Paul is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lowe.
Jack Gerlinger went to Hartford Monday to spend a few days visiting with relatives.
Mrs. Wheaton of Alma Center was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Bradbury a few days last week.
Miss Elsie Luchterhand returned last week from Eau Claire where she has been working.
Miss Marjorie Jacques came home last week from Milwaukee to spend the Easter vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Paulson went to Fond du Lac Saturday to spend Sunday with friends.
Mrs. Fred Gotchling came home Saturday from a brief visit with her husband at Wyeville.
Charles Runge bought one of the Page American Hand Milkers from W. Glasow last week.
Carl Moen arrived from overseas last Wednesday and has gone to Fargo, N.D., for a visit.
Miss Flossie Leason was home from Milwaukee Downer College for the Easter vacation last week.
T.B. Milton was here a few days last week, returning to his work at Prairie du Sac on Monday.
Mrs. Jos. Davis and daughter, Miss Ruth, of Black River Falls, spent Friday here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crosby of Granton came over Monday to visit their son, E.W. Crosby, and family.
Frank Brown went to Marshfield on Monday and from there went up on the Soo line to sell insurance.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Frei have moved onto the farm, which they recently purchased in the town of Grant.
Assemblyman Harry Hewett was up from Madison last week attending the special session of the county board.
Harry Cole was here from Granton Monday. He but recently returned from overseas, being a member of the 32nd.
Ole Gullickson, a former resident of this city, died last Wednesday at Portland, Ore. His brother, Andres, is a resident here.
Herman North and Herb Brown went to Marshfield Friday and brought their wives and little babies home from the hospital.
Ed. Riedel went to Eau Claire on Thursday morning and underwent an operation for appendicitis. He is recovering in nice style.
Mrs. Helen Sayles returned Saturday from a several months’ visit with her daughter, Mrs. Morris Weaver, at Neillsville. – Loyal Tribune
Miss Agnes Brandt returned Monday from a brief visit at Milwaukee and Chicago. She went to Milwaukee to attend the wedding of her brother, Hans, to Miss Julia Henzel of Wausau.
John O’Hare, who has been clerk at the Merchants Hotel for several months, went to Minneapolis the first of the week to look after an estate of his brother’s. He is succeeded by Wilbur Hartwell of Eau Claire.
W.J Marsh was at Marshfield on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Devos spent Sunday at Granton.
John Reine went to La Valle Tuesday on a business trip.
Pat Kelly transacted business at Marshfield on Tuesday.
Misses Clara and Laura North were at Marshfield on Monday.
E. Moldenhauer went to Marshfield Tuesday on a business trip.
H.A. Nonhoff of Granton transacted business here Saturday.
Mrs. Chas. Hazelett was here from Marshfield Tuesday for a visit.
Mrs. S. McNelly left Tuesday for a brief visit at Richland Center.
Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Moh of Lynn were here on business Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lantz of Beloit spent Sunday here with Mrs. Kearney.
W.E. Poate has been quite sick for several days and is in a very serious condition.
Miss Gladys Free and Miss Edith Holtz attended a railway men’s ball at Eau Claire on Monday night.
Mrs. John Olson of Warner, who was taken to Mendota a few days ago, died there shortly after her arrival.
Mrs. Sybill Clark came from Milwaukee Tuesday to spend a short time with Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Marsh.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilke of Granton spent a few days here last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hm. Wagner.
Mrs. Julia Price, widow of Congressman W.T. Price, the one Black River Falls man who made a national reputation, died at her home in this city Thursday night, April 10, 1919, at the age of 85 years, 6 months and 15 days. She has been in poor health for many months. – Black River Falls Banner
In a recent edition of Leslie’s weekly magazine, which publishes an honor roll each week of the men who have “gone west”, two young men from this city and Grand Rapids were also shown. Sergeant William Lesselyong, a former member of Company A of the 127th regiments, who was killed in action in France, was one of the photos, while Frank Lennert, a member of the Sixth Marine Corps, the young man who captured ninety-three Germans single-handed, was also pictures. Private Lennert’s home is in Saratoga, near Grand Rapids. – Marshfield News
Veteran Fred Reitz, who was confined to his home a week or more, suffering from lumbago and rheumatism, is now improving. Mr. Reitz is a veteran of the Civil War, also a veteran tailor, having been in the business for probably fifty years, and he is also a veteran friend of many of our people, who hope to see him soon restored to good health. – Black River Falls Journal
Frank Bower and daughter left Tuesday for Minnesota where Mr. Bower has a farm. He will stay there for a few weeks to help his sons with the farm work.
Mrs. Frances Woodward went to Chicago last week with the intention of spending a month. She was called home Tuesday morning by the telegram telling of the fire which occurred in the Hoey home and which house she owned.
T.E. Dean and Jack Ripplinger were here from Tioga on Monday. Mr. Dean is just back from service overseas and assumed charge of the Palms store at Tioga in which he was interested prior to the death of Mr. Palms. His return releases Jack Ripplinger from the store and he has returned home and is again at his position at the condensary.
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