News: Neillsville Romantic Parties
Contact:  Dee Zimmerman
Email:  ldzimm@tds.net

----Source: Clark County News: Aug. 1933; Compiled by Dee Zimmerman for her weekly column "The Good Ole Days" published Aug. 6, 2003.

Romantically inclined residents of Neillsville who are using Schuster Park as a rendezvous at night have carried their joke too far, according to August F. Arndt, street commissioner. Arndt may take drastic steps unless the frequenters of this little woodlands do not mend their ways.

Recently, the petting parties have been breaking the electric lights in the park so as to make their presence more obscure. On a jaunt through the park recently, after noticing no lights burning, Arndt discovered the globes broken while a large number of autos were found parked along the drives.

As none of the cars were occupied, Arndt was somewhat at a loss to know where to begin his hunt for the persons responsible for the damage. However, the park is to be watched and persons found destroying any property will be arrested.

 

 


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