(2 Jan. 1934)
Surnames: Stafford, Krulz, Perko, Barton, Bruley, Radke, Wagner, Clark, Jorgenson, Abts, Welsh, Haunchman, Anderegg, Bohm, Sillick, Schweinler, Haight, Neverman, Davis, Woellfer, Powers, Greene, Marx, Landry, Theiler, Hughes, Kreisch, Francis
----Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Tuesday, 2 Jan. 1934
Neillsville - Jan. 2, 1934
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stafford and family, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, were Saturday visitors in Neillsville.
Mike Krulz and Joseph Perko, Willard, transacted business Saturday in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Barton and son, spent the week end at the Dan Francis home, Eau Claire.
Miss Beatrice Bruley, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Fred Bruley, during the holidays, has returned to her home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Miss Frieda Radke has returned to Milwaukee after a ten day visit here with relatives.
Chester Wagner is confined to his home with illness.
Miss Vera Clark, Madison, and Phillip Jorgenson, Green Bay, and Cletus Abts, Arcadia, were guests at the R. H. Welsh home this week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haunchman and three children, Detroit, Michigan, have moved to this city and are making their home on the Anderegg farm, north of the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bohm and daughter spent Sunday and Monday in Wausau, as guests of relatives.
Hale Sillick, Tomah, has been spending the holiday period at the home of his parents.
Miss Jenete Schweinler returned to her home in Neillsville, Wisconsin after a week’s visit at her brother’s home in Mosinee.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Haight were Eau Claire visitors Sunday.
Miss Mary Neverman returned to Winona, Minnesota, Monday, after visiting a few days at the home of her parents.
Robert Davis, Marshfield, was a guest at the V. C. Woellfer home Monday.
Sanger Powers motored to Milwaukee Saturday evening to spend the week end with Mrs. Powers and his parents.
James Greene, Sr., and son, James, Antigo, arrived Saturday to visit at the home of Mrs. John Marx. Mr. Greene returned to Antigo Monday, but his son remained to continue his visit for a few more days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace J. Landry and children attended the funeral of Fred Theiler, at Humbird, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hughes and son, Joseph, Menominee, visited Sunday and Monday at the James Hughes home near Neillsville.
A card party will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic church this evening to which all are invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kreisch were guests of friends in Oshkosh from Saturday until Tuesday.
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