News: Neillsville, Wis. (31 Jul 1902)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Luethe, Balch, Johnson, Ives, Manes, Anderson, Ring, Vine, Carter, Bradbury, Marsh, Peters, Head, Burgess, Woelffer, Mohlheinrich, Kerwin, Hewett, Eilert, Huntzicker, Listeman, Hommel, Klopf, Tripp, Stockwell, Pickering
----Source: The Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) July 31, 1902
Neillsville, Wisconsin Area (July - 1902)
Mrs. B. E. Luethe went to Milwaukee Saturday.
Mrs. Loren Balch and child of Denver are here on a visit.
M. and Mrs. Tobias Johnson went to Milwaukee Saturday.
Mrs. Ross Ives of Minneapolis is visiting Mrs. D. B. Manes.
Nate Anderson was over in the Trempealeau country Monday.
Miss Ethel Ring returned Saturday from a visit at Fond du Lac.
Fred Vine, wife and grandson, Lester Carter, are here from Lac du Flambeau.
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Bradbury and son Warren left Saturday on a junketing trip up north.
Mrs. Lute Marsh and sons, Louis and Phil went to St. Paul Thursday to visit H. C. Peters and family.
Mrs. Almira Head went to Tony yesterday to spend a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Burgess.
Mrs. Woelffer, and Ed Woelffer and wife of Lake Mills, have been visiting Victor Woelffer this week.
Geo. J. Mohlheinrich, of Baltimore Furniture Co., is here looking after the interests of the factory at this place.
Chas. and Miss Agnes Kerwin, who have been visiting here for sometime, returned to her home in Chicago yesterday.
Mrs. Jas. Hewett came home Monday from a visit of three or four weeks in Michigan, accompanied by Miss Mayme Hewett.
Mrs. Ernst Eilert and Mrs. Fred Huntzicker and little daughter are here from Fresno, Cal., guest at the Listeman home.
Major J. W. Hommel and Capt. H. W. Klopf go to Wausau this afternoon, where the Major will hold battalion inspection tonight.
The overland outing of the Tripp and Marsh families ended last week, and weird yarns are spun of the grand times fishing and exploring.
Mrs. C. D. Stockwell of Rice Lake came down Tuesday night to attend the wedding of her brother, David Pickering, and spend a few days with relatives and friends.
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