News: Hewettville (23 July 1914)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Forbush, Moffatt, Fuller, Dux, Ritchie, Dresdon, Haskin, Cox, Amidon, Herrian, Carskaden, Cook, Parker, Marvin, Wood, Pollnow, Wing
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) July 23, 1914
Hewettville (23 July 1914)
Mrs. G. Forbush visited Mrs. E. Moffatt and family Sunday.
Mrs. Fuller and Mrs. Dux did shopping in Neillsville Wednesday.
Mrs. Ritchie and children visited Mrs. B. Dresden Monday.
Rovilla Haskin visited her parents Sunday.
Mr. Joe Cox and wife from Alma Center visited at Mr. E. Moffatt’s a few days last week.
Mr. W. Amidon and wife and Mrs. H. Herrian visited at the home of Mr. W Ritchie Thursday evening.
Ernest Fuller and Harry Carskaden worked for Will Ritchie Saturday.
Mrs. G. Forbush and Mrs. Ray Cook called at Mr. Dresden’s Monday.
Will Ritchie was on the sick list Sunday.
Mrs. R. Cook got a letter from her husband that Mrs. M.M. Cook was quite sick.
Mr. Dux and Mr. Fuller drove to Neillsville Saturday evening.
Mrs. Parker visited Mr. Parker Thursday afternoon.
Laura Haskin visited Irwin Ritchie Sunday.
Hesikiah Haskin visited his best girl at Neillsville last week.
Mr. M. Marvin called at Mr. J. Wood Sunday.
Mrs. Ritchie and Leona Dresden picked 20 quarts black raspberries Monday.
E.E. Fuller and wife will pick beans for Mr. Parker next week.
Harry Carskaden bought him a bed last week.
Julia Wood visited Mrs. C. Pollnow Sunday.
Mrs. Wing came up from Waupaca to visit relatives.
Mrs. Ray Cook was an overnight visitor at Mr. Forbush Sunday night.
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