News: Neillsville, Wis. Personals (27 Feb 1902)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Odgen, Hass, Smith, Marsh, Wiesner, Jackson, Heath, Rhodes, Landgrath, Bailey, DeMunck, Wolff, Burgess, Dillman, Burpee, Dangers, Tripp, Bryden, Bright, Welsh, Lapp, Scovill, Spellum, Hackett, Lower


----Source: The Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) February 27, 1902


Neillsville, Wisconsin Personals (February - 1902)


Carl Odgen spent a few days in the city the past week.


John Hass of Corona, S. D., is visiting friends here.


Mrs. W. L. Smith is visiting friends at La Crosse.


Will Marsh went to Chicago Monday to buy spring goods.


Joe Wiesner visited his sisters at Stevens Point over Sunday.


O. A. Jackson went to Black River Falls yesterday, on business.


H. H. Heath returned from Milwaukee and Chicago Monday.


H. J. Rhodes, of Stoughton, Wis., deputy for Woodmen accident insurance, is in the city this week. 


Mrs. John Landgrath of Fairchild visited friends here last week.


Mrs. E. V. Bailey went to Chicago Monday after spring millinery goods.


A. DeMunck and wife of Sheboygan have been visiting John Wolff and family.


Mrs. H. H. Heath entertained a company of ladies at cards Thursday evening.


Bill Burgess and wife will move to Monona, Ia., soon to make their home there.


Mrs. Jos. Dillman returned home Sunday from a visit to her daughter at Oshkosh.


Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burpee spent Sunday with the latter’s parents at Green Grove.


Miss Elsie Dangers came home to attend the military ball and remained over Sunday.


Miss Marion Tripp came from Iowa last week on a visit, and may make this city her home.


John Bryden of Greenwood was in the city Tuesday.  John is the leading hotel man of his town.


H. A. Bright and wife and Miss Lena Welsh were in town Friday and took in the military ball.


Mrs. Matilda Lapp went to Montana Saturday to be present at an anticipated interesting event.


Lyell Scovill resigned his position at Spellum’s and left here Tuesday for his home at North Freedom.


W. O. Hackett of Hackett’s Baraboo Orchestra was in town yesterday looking for a date.  He was late.


Mrs. Jos. Lowe went to Hixton last week to see her grandmother, who is ninety years old and is quite ill.



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