News: Neillsville - Locals (12
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Terman, Gustman, Nelson, Asp, Huntzicker, Smith, Cook, Washburn, Brown, White, Mattson, Bohm, Stockwell, Berg, Fadden, Jewett, Wall, Stelloh, Yorkston, Laffe, Olson, Richardson, Cowles, Hepburn, Scott, Foster, Getz, Hoesly, Quinlan, Schultz, Free
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 12 Dec. 1940
Mr. and Mrs. William Terman and baby spent Sunday with her parents at Lynn.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gustman spent Sunday with relatives at Cadott.
Mrs. Anna K. Nelson has returned to her home in St. Paul after a ten-day’ visit with her daughter, Mrs. O. Asp, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. George Huntzicker, Marshfield, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith, Sr., and Neillsville were guests in the home of Mrs. Samuel Cook Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Washburn of Augusta were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brown Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren White of Madison spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mattson and Mrs. Martin Bohm visited friends at Marshfield Monday.
Cy Stockwell and wife, Eau Claire, who started last week for Florida, indicated by post card message to his sister, Mrs. Samuel Cook, that they were crossing the Ohio River into Kentucky Saturday.
Henry Berg and Nick Fadden, who are employed at the Mendota State Hospital, spent four days of the hunting season here with Charlie White, the three men hunting in the vicinity of Neillsville, Wis.
Harry Jewett of Chippewa Falls came up from Madison during the weekend, where he had attended a meeting, to make the acquaintance of his new granddaughter, the baby of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Jewett.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wall, Eau Claire, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wall, Augusta, spent Sunday here with home folks.
Fred Stelloh has been spending several days the past week in Madison and Milwaukee on business. Mrs. Stelloh accompanied him to visit her daughter, Mrs. H. V. Ballam, and family, and other relatives of Milwaukee.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Yorkston visited her father at Wisconsin Rapids Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Laffe, Henry Laffe, and their mother, Mrs. George Laffe, all of Humbird, were Neillsville business visitors Monday.
Sheriff and Mrs. Herman Olson returned home Sunday night, after a week’s visit with friends and relatives in Milwaukee and Chicago. They were accompanied home by their son, Roy, and Victor Trost, who came for a short visit.
Mrs. Hattie Richardson left Sunday for Eagle Bend, Minn., to spend some time at the home of her brother, A. H. Cowles. She also plans to spend a part of the winter with relatives in Chicago.
C. F. Hepburn, Wheeler Forman and Jess Scott were guests of the Stevens Point Kiwanis Club Tuesday noon at the Whiting hotel, remaining for the division officers’ training school in the afternoon. The clubs represented at the school were: Wausau, Stevens Point, Wisconsin Rapids, and Neillsville, Wis.
Dr. M. A. and Leo Foster and their son, Jack, drove to Chicago on a business mission Saturday, returning Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Getz, Madison, and their guests, Dr. and Mrs. Horace Getz of Philadelphia, Pa., are expected here Saturday for a short visit at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Jake Hoesly and family.
Attorney and Mr. W. J. Rush and Mrs. A. L. Devos spent Wednesday at Eau Claire.
Rodger Quinlan drove to Eau Claire late Wednesday afternoon to call on his wife’s mother, Mrs. William Schultz, at the hospital. Favorable reports as to Mrs. Schultz’s condition came from Mrs. Quinlan Tuesday afternoon, she and her sister, Mrs. Thomas Free, being there with their mother.
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