News: Neillsville (29 Dec 1905)
Surnames: Redmond, Geeslin, Huntzicker, Kimball, Hantke, Page, Johnson, Benedict, Morley, Wood, Zimmerman, Dwyer, Breed, Hughes, Stockwell, Listeman, Sniteman, Solliday, Grow
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 12/29/1905
Leo Redmond is home from Racine for the holidays, coming up Sunday and expecting to return Tuesday.
Miss Clara Geeslin now operates the Oliver typewriter in Judge Jacques’ office.
Frank Huntzicker, who is attending an eastern college, arrived home Sunday morning for a 2 week vacation with home folks.
Gertrude Kimball came town from Merrill for the holiday vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hantke entertained a company of relatives and friends, all of sterner sex, at dinner Tuesday.
Archie Page is home from Madison.
Grandma Johnson came up from Black River Falls Friday to attend the funeral of her granddaughter, Noreen Benedict, returning home again on Tuesday.
Clark Morley came up from his studies at Racine for the vacation.
Willie Wood, George Zimmerman and Merrill Dwyer are home from La Crosse on account of vacation.
Mayme Breed and Maggie Hughes came home from the Point Saturday.
Mrs. Maria Reddan transacted business at Wausau last week.
C.D. Stockwell and son Geo. came over from Marshfield and enjoyed Christmas dinner with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Listeman are spending the holidays with relatives in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Sniteman spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Solliday at Fond du Lac.
Norine Benedict, the beautiful 19 years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Benedict, departed this life at 5 a.m. last Friday. Death resulted from heart trouble.
John Hughes, Grace Grow and others are home from Madison.
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