News: Spencer, Wisconsin (11 Aug 1905)
Surnames: Dygart, Butters, Adams, Damon, Hanson, Dygart, Johnson, Nason, Blake, Cramer, Wendell, Heath, Gardiner, Wendell, Blankinship, Vought, Bomier, Heilman, Neumann, Bradley, Winters, Butters, Griepentrog, Ackerman, Driscoll, Blaisdell
----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Friday, August 11, 1905 | Page 2
Spencer, Wisconsin Local News
Len Dygart is at home for a short visit.
Celia Butters was a Marshfield visitor Thursday afternoon.
Ina Damon visited friends at Abbotsford several days last week. Sam Adam's and family of York, spent Sunday with the Heath family D. Y. Hanson and wife of Mayville visited Spencer friends last week.
Mary Hanson went to Marshfield Tuesday for a few days with friends.
Vin Dygart came home from Minnesota last week and remained a few days.
Hattie Johnson o£ Colby, was the guest of friends in Spencer and vicinity last week.
Mr. Nason and wife of Nasonville visited his sister, Mrs. Harriet Blake last week.
Malt Cramer of Sherman, was taken to the Marshfield hospital for treatment Sunday.
Mrs. J. S. Damon and daughter Maude have been visiting relatives at Wausau for a few days.
Alma Wendell returned home from Plymouth Saturday after an absence of several months.
Pearle Heath went to Minneapolis Thursday after spending a couple of months here among; relatives.
John Gardiner departed Saturday for Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to be gone several weeks and will visit other western places before he returns.
Mrs. G. Wendell of this place died at Zion City Wednesday of cancer o£ the stomach. Her remains were brought here for interment and the funeral was held at the M. E. church Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Wendell had been a resident of Spencer for a number of years and had won for herself a large circle of friends. She was ; devoted wife and mother and a kind neighbor. She leaves a husband, two sons, Than and Will LaFever of this place and a daughter, Mrs. Nellie Bllankinship of Zion City besides a number of other relatives. The sorrowing relatives have the sympathy of their many friends.
The body of Mrs. Jas. Vought of Eagle River was brought here for burial Wednesday noon and the funeral was held at the M. E. church that afternoon. Mr. Vought and his children, Linus and Mary of Eagle River, and Mrs, Lottie Heilman of Sand Point, Idaho and a friend, Mrs. Walter Bomier of Eagle River accompanied the body. Another son, Edwin, of Sand Point, Idaho, was unable to be here. The deceased was sixty-three years old. From 1875 to 1890 her home was in Spencer and in that time she made many warm friends, who sympathize deeply with the bereaved family. The remains were laid at rest reside those of her son Fred. J. who was killed in Puerto Rico Aug. 12, 1898.
CARD OF THANKS. We Wish to express our sincere gratitude to the kind friends who assisted us in the burial of our beloved wife and mother, Jas. Vought and family.
Town of Spencer.
Martha Neumann visited relatives at Marshfield Thursday.
The Baptist Workers , met with Mrs., B. S. Bradley Tuesday last. M. A. Winters did shopping in Marshfield the early portion of last week.
Miss Celia Butters went to Marshfield on a shopping tour as well as a pleasure trip Thursday.
The light fantastic toe was tripped until a late hour at the Griepentrog habitation Saturday evening.
Genevieve Ackerman of Spencer, was a welcome guest of Maggie Bradley Thursday last, tarrying until the next day with her.
Lawrence Driscoll, who has been on this route since mail delivery went into operation here, resigned Monday, He was succeeded by Guy Blaisdell of Spencer.
In but a few weeks the threshing machine will be in operation here. The amount of grain threshed will not fall short of former years. Although the fore part of the season was unfavorable for rapid work, the latter part has been all that could be asked for by farmers. To be sure there are parties who would like the summer to last all next winter and would still have crops to garner in. The result of the summer's work is highly satisfactory so far. May it continue.
© Every submission is protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.
Show your appreciation of this freely provided information by not copying it to any other site without our permission.
A site created and
maintained by the Clark County History Buffs