News: Neillsville, Wis. Personals (26 Sep 1901)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Raymond, Marsh, Crosby, Garvin, Haas, Gates, Dewey, Graves, Kennedy, O’Neill, Tragsdorf, Towsley, Hamilton, Condit, Ackerman, Bryden, Lindsay, Hubbell, Hitchcock
----Source: The Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 26, 1901
Neillsville Personals (September - 1901)
Mr. Raymond and family came home early this week.
S. M. Marsh went to Milwaukee Tuesday, on legal business.
Miss Myrtle Crosby of Black River Falls visited friends here last week.
W. D. Garvin was among the Loyalites in attendance at the county fair.
Miss Dolly Haas of Merrillan visited friends here last Saturday and Sunday.
Robert L. Gates of Milwaukee is here on business for the J. L. Gates land Co.
C. W. Dewey and wife of Hemlock took in the fair here last Thursday and Friday.
Miss Maude Graves of Loyal enrolled at the Stevens Point Business College a few days ago.
Miss Bess Kennedy went to Madison Sunday to enter as a special student at the State University.
Miss Marion O’Neill left here yesterday for Milwaukee to enroll as a pupil in Milwaukee Downer College.
Will Tragsdorf returned home from the great west Monday, and has resumed his position as clerk in the big department store.
Mrs. Henry Towsley, and Mrs. John Hamilton, and daughter Maggie of Olivet, Pierce Co., are here on a visit to T. D. Condit and Mrs. C. Ackerman, their brother and sister.
Mrs. James Bryden and son Wales are here from the coast for a visit. Wales will spend the coming winter studying at La Crosse, and Mrs. Bryden remains here and in this vicinity during the winter.
Mrs. F. D. Lindsay and daughter Josephine are here for a week or two having a sale of personal property at the farm, and closing up their affairs here. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell will return to Fifield to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hitchcock of Washburn have been on a visit to Alma Center, where Mrs. Hitchcock’s parents reside. Tom returned Monday, his wife remaining over one day to attend the funeral of a brother’s little child.
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