News: Neillsville (7 Jan 1904)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Jaseph, Tragsdorf, Gilman, Shernack, Zimmerman, Baer, Koler, Alexander, Austin, Campbell, Greisch, Leason, Balch, Heath, Jahr, Page, Crocker, Youmans, Hart, King, O’Neill, Marsh, Grow, Kennedy, Wolff, Huntzicker, Waggoner, Hoganson, Andrus, Viergutz, Ure, Hutchings, Sternitzky
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) January 7, 1904
Neillsville (7 January 1904)
Lynn Jaseph is again dodging the co-eds on State Street.
Will Tragsdorf was home from Minneapolis during the holidays.
Chas Gilman was up from Madison over New Year’s, returning Monday.
Gus Shernack of Highland visited J. G. Zimmerman and family last week.
Frank Baer of Merrill visited his brother, Joe Baer, a few days the past week.
Mr. John Koler, of Tragsdorf, Zimmerman & Co., returned to Muscoda Friday.
Miss Jennie Alexander was down from Loyal the past week, a guest at the home of her uncle, W. L. Hemphill.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Austin go to Sparta today and from there go to Waseca, Minn., to visit for a couple of months.
Mrs. Clyde Campbell of Duluth visited relatives in Grant and here during the holidays. Clyde couldn’t leave his work to come.
Nicholas Greisch of Milwaukee came to Neillsville Saturday for a visit of two months with his daughter, Mrs. W. A. Leason.
R. W. Balch and H. H. Heath returned from Chicago Monday, where they bought goods for the new store soon to be opened in the Lloyd block.
Miss Hazel Heath, accompanied by her father, H. H. Heath, as far as St. Paul to start her on her journey, left yesterday for Anaconda, Montana, to visit Mrs. Heath’s mother and sister.
The university contingent returned to Madison Monday - Marvin Jahr, Leland Balch, Archie Page, Frank Crocker, Guy Youmans, Bert Hart, Clara Tragsdorf, Elsie King, Marion O’Neill, Helen Marsh, Grace Grow and Bess Kennedy.
John Wolff has been entertaining relatives from Plymouth recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Huntzicker will house-keep at the Austin home during the absence of the Austins.
A very complete account of the murderous opera house disaster will be found elsewhere in this paper.
L. F. Waggoner and Miss Christine Hoganson were married Dec. 25. The Republican and Press force is doing real well in that line.
H. B. J. Andrus has a new creamery in York, and has engaged F. A. Viergutz of Chippewa Falls, an expert buttermaker, to take charge of same.
Any irregularity in the delivery of the Times should be promptly reported to this office. Our mailing machine is the best made, doing its work swiftly and automatically and simply cannot skip a name.
The Lynn Mutual Fire Insurance Co. held the annual meeting Tuesday at the court house, re-electing the old set of officers except in the case of vice president, Geo. A. Ure succeeding Mr. Austin who, having sold his farm and moved into town, could no longer act. Sam Hutchings is president, Henry Sternitzky secretary and John Ure treasurer. The company is in grand shape and growing rapidly.
The past week has been characterized by what an aged lady called abdominally cold weather. Sunday morning the record was 32 below, and Monday followed suit with 38 below. Pumps that were not frozen up were scarce. Plumbers were kept busy repairing broken pipes, and many a householder sat up with the furnace for a best girl until after midnight to save the situation. The earth is certainly cooling off.
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