News: Hewett (1 May 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Bruny, Moffatt, Cook, Slocomb, Rupnow, Jacques, Jacobs, Durst, Collins, Milton, Marvin, Dormady, Bracey, Campbell, Albrecht, Dux, Beulow, Wanier, Amidon, Hetzel

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/1/1919

Hewett (1 May 1919)

Sam Bruny arrived home from overseas and is looking fine. He was wounded in the second battle of the Marne, but is about alright again. Everyone is surely glad to see him back and looking so good.

Harry Moffatt was home from Alma Center Sunday, a couple of soldier lads accompanied him home.

Willard Moffatt was operated upon in Neillsville last week for throat trouble. We understand he is doing nicely.

Arthur Cook is working for Otis Slocomb.

The man who bought the Rupnow farm is here and at work.

Sam and Eddie Bruny and G.L. Jacques were callers in this vicinity Sunday.

Myron Jacobs returned home to Racine Saturday after several days visit.

Walter Durst is home from France. He is looking good.

Henry Collins is working for Leslie Milton.

Lon Cook and wife spent Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marvin.

Dan Dormady is reported quite sick.

Eunice Bracey is working for Mrs. H. Campbell near Christie.

Mr. and Mrs. Albrecht entertained company Sunday.

Willie Dux and family spent Easter Sunday with the Beulow family.

Mr. and Mrs. W. Wanier spent Easter Sunday with Walt Amidon and wife.

Mrs. G. Hetzel called on Mrs. E. Moffatt Thursday.



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