- Personal Mention (3 March 1885)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Fadner, Peet, Jacques, Philpott, Long, Stone, Eaton, Ring, O’Neill, Brothers, Leason, Fuller, Wilding, Hendren, Dickerman, Marsh, Williston, Bradshaw, Alexander, Colburn
----Sources: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 3 March 1885
Who Have Come, Who Have Gone, and Are Going Away Other Gossip.
Martin Fadner called last Friday.
Erna Peet, of Shortville, called Saturday.
Geo. L. Jacques went to Milwaukee on business last week Monday.
Mrs. Tom. B. Philpot and son Milton, of Loyal, were in the city last week.
Dr. E. F. Long came up last week Wednesday to attend to his large dental practice here.
C. F. Stone, merchant at Thorp, made an assignment yesterday to A. S. Eaton, of Greenwood.
Miss Gertie Ring, sister of the senator, is visiting in Madison for a couple of weeks.
Hon. James O’Neill arrived from Madison last Saturday, and will return about the middle of the week.
Capt. A. S. Easton, of Greenwood, was in the city yesterday. He will go to Madison Wednesday evening.
Miss Mamie Brothers is teaching Miss Ring’s department in the city school during the latter’s visit at Madison.
Will Leason, a dentist who is receiving a large practice along the Central road, was at home here last week.
Henry Fuller is laid up at home with rheumatism, after a hard winter’s work with his power wood-saw. We hope to see him out again soon.
Mr. G. H. Wilding, of the town of Grant, a valued patron of the Times, was a welcome caller last week Thursday.
Mrs. W. T. Hendren, accompanied by Miss Emma, who have been making an extended visit in Ohio, returned last Wednesday.
Joshua Dickerman, a prosperous farmer in the town of Sherman, was a caller at the Times office the past week. Mr. Dickerman thinks the majority of the citizens of his town do not want a new county.
Spencer Marsh, of Maple Works, was in the city Saturday. His school closes this week, and he contemplates coming to this city to study law about the time the dress-making business revives.
Miss E. M. Williston has accepted a position in a school at Davenport, Iowa. Mrs. Williston had had charge of the first primary department of the school in this city about five years, and will be greatly missed by all the pupils who have been under her care. While it is regretted that the accomplished lady is to leave us, the best wishes of the whole city will accompany her to her new duties.
C. B. Bradshaw returned from Los Angeles, Cal., Sunday morning. He came via. the Southern Pacific railroad and stopped at Monroe a few days to visit friends. He desires to sell his property here, and will return in a few weeks to make California his permanent home. He reports his wife and family in good health and well pleased with a country where you can have fresh strawberries every day in the year. Our people will regret the loss of Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw from our society.
Mrs. T. M. Alexander, with her daughter and son left on Monday morning for their old home in Houston County, Minn. Mr. Alexander remains here a little longer in the employ of W. S. Colburn. Many had fondly hoped that the family would be permanently settled in Neillsville, where they had already secured many warm friends. But as they must return to their old home, many kind wishes will go with them. Mrs. A. will spend a few days with a brother in La Crosse.
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