Bio: Rush, Walter (1913) 

Contact: Ann Stevens


Surnames: Rush 

----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Mar 6, 1913 

Rush, Walter (1913) 

Not many nights ago Walter Rush, the suave district attorney, attended a dance given by the married folks.  During the course of the evening he noticed what he thought was a lady acquaintance who seemed not to be engaged for the coming dance.  He made his way to her, asked for the dance, and after a slight hesitation his invitation was accepted.  During the course of the dance he carried on a conversation on subjects that he thought were known to each of them, but it seems that his conversation was all one-sided with himself as the soloist.  After the dance he did a little quiet detective work and found out that he had been dancing with a lady whom he had never seen before, let alone having had the pleasure of an introduction.  He felt so confused and bashful about the incident that he didn’t speak to his wife all the way home. 



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