News: Neillsville Personals (27 Jun 1901)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Marsh, Archer, Welch, Waterbury, McMillan, Loomis, Kapka, Fuller, Mick, Balch, Densmore, Ingham, O’Neill, Clark, bird, Eunson, Gilkey, Howard, Bradbury, Davis, Kimball
----Source: The Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) June 27, 1901
Neillsville Personals (June - 1901)
Joe Marsh of Marshfield was in town Monday.
F. W. Archer was up from Merrillan Tuesday.
Dick Welch is home from college at Stevens Point.
Wm. Waterbury of Mellette, S. D. was in the city yesterday.
Miss Cassie McMillan was a visitor at Marshfield the past week.
N. Waterbury of Loyal was shaking hands with his friends here yesterday.
Mrs. Anna Loomis is here from Hingham, visiting Martin Kapka’s family.
Mrs. H. D. Fuller of Seymour is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Sherman.
Miss Katharine Mick visited friends at Marshfield a few days the past week.
Mrs. F. O. Balch and little son have been at Duluth on a visit the week past.
Mrs. Ida M. Densmore of West Superior visited Mrs. A. V. Ingham the past week.
Judge O’Neill went to Wausau Monday to hold court for a week or so. Homer C. Clark accompanied him as reporter.
Mrs. Albert Bird, son and daughter, are here from Menomonie, Mich., on a visit to the lady’s brother, Robert Eunson.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Gilkey and daughter Maude Lizette Gilkey are in the city. The young lady is a well-known elocutionist.
Leonard Howard and wife went to Madison Sunday; Len to buy a new line of buggies, and Mrs. Howard to see the capital city for the first time.
S. M. Marsh and Dr. E. L. Bradbury were at Sparta Thursday and Friday, and took Knights Templar degrees in the Sparta commissary.
City Clerk W. Scott Davis and family and the Kimball children were in camp out in the Windfall district last week and this, holding high carnival in a rustic way.
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