News: Neillsville, Wis. (14 May 1903)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Townsend, O’Neill, McDirmid, Root, Maines, Yankee, Fohrmann, Stelter, Thrun, Buchanan, Dehos, Runkel, Austin, Rabenstein, Binder, Volkman, Alderman, Sufficool, Parkhurst
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) May 14, 1903
Neillsville, Wisconsin (May - 1903)
Dick Townsend will move his barber shop to the O’Neill House today or tomorrow, where the shop has been enlarged, a big plate glass window put in, and other improvements made. Take a number! Four chairs, and a bath room going in at once.
Miss McDirmid was at Wausau Saturday.
Mr. H. M. Root went to Milwaukee Monday on a business trip.
Buy Maines spent Sunday with friends and relatives in Neillsville.
Herman Yankee started Tuesday for Fresno, Cal., to see how he likes it out there, and may stay.
Revs. Fohrmann and Stelter of Fall Creek visited Rev. F. Thrun from Sunday until Tuesday.
Jim Buchanan of Wausau, formerly of this metropolis, was here Tuesday. He is in the wholesale fruit business and prosperous.
Miss Eva Dehos received a dispatch on Monday announcing the death of a dearly beloved brother, and departed immediately for the home at Sturgeon Bay.
Fred Runkel, supt. of the telephone system of Seattle, Wash., has been here since Saturday morning. He is looking well, feels well, is well, and thinks great things of the west.
Geo. A. Austin and Carl Rabenstein returned from Milwaukee Sunday, and report having had a pleasant time, taking in an opera and a 20-mile automobile ride, besides other gaieties.
L. W. Binder is putting in his last week at Spellum’s grocery. Lloyd is a good boy, and his friends would like to see him stick to Neillsville, but he is considering a proposition that would take him to Minnesota.
Billy Volkman left Sunday noon on a trip to Norway, to visit his parents and the old home. He was joined at Black River Falls by two or three friends, and they will visit the old country together, expecting to be away about three months.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Alderman have returned to Neillsville from Cumberland, and will make this city their home. Mr. Alderman bought the Sufficool place on the north side Monday - known to the older residents as the Jim Parkhurst house.
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