News: Hewett (29 May 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Moffatt, Hart, Bieulow, Cosmosky, Hetzel, Payson, Cook, Amidon, Pritchett, Seff, Haskins, Albrecht, Warner, Durst, Dux
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/29/1919
Hewett (29 May 1919)
Hollie Moffatt and Henry Hart arrived home from Germany last week. They served with old Co. A and were in the thickest of it. We are glad to see them home again.
We note with pleasure our neighbor, F. Bieulow, and family are enjoying a new Ford car.
Miss Mary Cosmosky closed a very successful term of school here Friday with a picnic in the afternoon. Miss Cosmosky proved to be a very efficient teacher and the children hope she will be with them again next term.
E.R. Moffatt and wife spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hetzel.
Eddie Payson and wife of Alma Center were overnight visitors at the L. Cook home Sunday.
Henry Hart spent from Sunday until Monday afternoon at Lon Cook’s.
Walt Amidon and wife and Ora Pritchett and wife in company with several others autoed to Melrose Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Seff and daughter of Washara County autoed up here Sunday to visit his sister, Mrs. E. Haskins. Mrs. Haskins has sold her farm and is thinking of moving down where her brother lives.
E.R. Moffatt and wife spent Sunday at H. Albrecht’s.
G. Hetzel and wife spent Sunday evening at the Haskins home.
Walter Warner went to Oshkosh last week and brought home five cows.
Several of the Durst children have been suffering with the mumps the past week, but are better at this writing.
We saw by The Times that Ben Hart is home from France. This is a mistake. It is Henry Hart instead of Ben Hart.
Charlie Hart has moved into the house lately vacated by Will Dux and family.
H. Albrecht purchased a new corn planter and manure spreader last week, also a new incubator. That’s the way to farm. Do it with machinery.
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