News: Neillsville - Personals (26 March 1942)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Kurth, Bruhn, Bast, Free, Thompson, Rosekrans, Wildish, Swenson, Hardies, Feuerstein, Nelson, Asp, Davis, Krause, Mott, Peterson, Stanton, Carl, Eide, Frantz, Schroeder, Krejci, Muscheid, Peters, Aanes, Yorkston, Mahre

----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 26 March 1942


Little Roberta Kurth is gaining after an illness of three weeks.

Earl Bruhn has purchased the Edwin Bast house on South Hewett Street. They expect to move about April 15th.

Robert Free and Roger Thompson attended a Penny store sales meeting at Eau Claire Monday evening.

Dr. Sarah Rosekrans, Mrs. Everett Wildish and daughter, Marilyn and Mrs. John Swenson and son, Jon, drove to Menomonie Sunday to have dinner with the E. A. Hardies family. Elizabeth Ann and Laura Lee Rosekrans came home with them.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bruhn and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Feuerstein drove to Green Bay on business Sunday.

Mrs. J. L. Nelson of St. Paul arrived here Friday to spend several days at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. O. Asp. She returned home Sunday.

Mrs. Ira Davis and three sons of Humbird came over Saturday morning to spend the weekend with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Krause and son, Allen, of Northwood, Iowa, were here from Thursday until Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krause. They went to Juneau from here to visit Mrs. Krause’s parents.

Miss Dorothy Mott, Bernadine Peterson, Joyce Stanton, Marion Carl, Rachel Eide and Joe and Gordon Frantz were up from the Point for a weekend visit with home folks.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schroeder, their son, Ernie, and wife and a grandchild, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Schroeder’s mother, Mrs. Anthony of Weyauwega stopped here Monday on business and to call on friends. The Schroeder family formerly lived in the town of Grant. The husband of their daughter, Virginia, lost his life recently in the services of his country when his boat was sunk in the Pacific Ocean.

Glenn Krejci is slowly recovering from a severe attack of influenza at his home in La Crosse.

B. H. Peterson was at Wisconsin Rapids on business Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin C. Muscheid of Milwaukee arrived here last Wednesday afternoon for an overnight visit with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Peters, and their son, Robert.

Arthur Peterson, Jr., underwent an operation for appendicitis Friday at the Neillsville Hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Aanes of Eau Claire are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Yorkston Tuesday, remaining over night.

Miss Ruth Mahre of Mosinee, an instructor of English and speech is the high school there, was a guest of Miss Ann Lea over the weekend.



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