News: Neillsville Personals (31 Jul 1902)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Taplin, Luger, Tifft, Hommel, Brooks, Marsh, Wickham, Goggins, Ring, Wheelock, McDonald, Kennedy, Grisdale, Howard, Servaty, Garbusch, Hewett, Marshall, Klopf, Shinn, Sniteman, Lindsay, Hubbell, Campbell,
----Source: The Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) August 7, 1902
Neillsville Personals (August - 1902)
Miss May Taplin returned home Monday.
Ed. Luger of St. Paul was in the city over Sunday.
J. H. Tifft of Eau Claire was in the city this week.
Major J. W. Hommel returned from Wausau Monday.
Miss Mabel Brooks of Lynn visited Miss Kitty Marsh the past week.
Jas. Wickham, attorney, of Eau Claire, attended court here this week.
Attorney B. R. Goggins of Grand Rapids is attending court here this week.
The M. C. Ring and family went to Lake Court d’Oreille Friday for an outing.
Mrs. M. M. Wheelock and son Carl were at the Falls Sunday and Monday.
Attorney C. P. McDonald of Wittenberg was here this week on legal business.
Miss Gertrude Kennedy returned home Friday from summer school at Oshkosh.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Grisdale of La Crosse are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Howard.
Mrs. J. J. Servaty returned Saturday from a visit at River Falls and Minneapolis.
Oscar Garbusch of Stillwater, Minn., has been here the past week visiting relatives.
Mrs. S. F. Hewett is spending a week at Plainfield, with her sister, Mrs. Will Marshall.
Capt. H. W. Klopf went to Camp Douglas Tuesday night to visit the regiment now in camp.
Attorney Shinn, of the firm of Carrnth and Shinn of Chicago is here on legal business this week.
Mrs. C. C. Sniteman goes to Green Lake today on a visit. She will go to Berlin also before returning.
Mrs. C. B. Lindsay, daughter Josephine and mother, Mrs. G. W. Hubbell, went to Minneapolis, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Campbell were at Ashland this week on the Woodman excursion, returning Monday.
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