News: Neillsville (26 Dec 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Miller, Nelson, Frantz, Martin, Tomczyek, Schipper, Brooks, Schoengarth, Griffith, Kessler, Forderbruck, Morris, Emmens, Campbell, Cresswell, Vine, Anderson, Lockwood, Benedict, Roehl, Bullard
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 12/26/1918
Neillsville (26 Dec 1918)
Henry Miller transacted business at Marshfield Tuesday.
Louis Nelson, section foreman at Chili, was here on Monday.
Henry Frantz and family went to Granton Tuesday to spend a few days.
Miss Dorothy Martin is home from Dakota, N.D., for the holiday vacation.
Peter Tomczyek of Chicago is here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Schipper.
Herbert Brooks came home Tuesday from Waukesha to spend the holidays.
Mrs. Aug. Schoengarth went to Marshfield Tuesday to see her father in the hospital there.
Miss Lois Griffith came home Tuesday from Detroit, Mich., where she has employment.
Carl Kessler went to Marshfield Tuesday to spend Christmas with Jno. Forderbruck and family.
Lynn Morris arrived home Tuesday morning to spend the holidays with his sister and grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Emmens of George, Iowa, are here to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Campbell.
Dr. C.B. Cresswell has gone to visit his relatives and his son, Charles, and his office will be closed until about Jan. 15th.
Ernest Vine arrived home Monday from Ft. Dodge, Iowa, to spend a holiday furlough. He is using a crutch as his broken leg still bothers him.
P.A. Anderson, operator at the depot, has been transferred to Minneapolis and his place is being temporarily taken by Miss Grace Lockwood.
Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Julius Benedict that their son, Marion, has been wounded quite severely, it being understood that he received serious face wounds. However, Marion has written his parents that the doctors promise to bring him around as good as ever.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller of Eaton received a beautiful souvenir white silk handkerchief with three beautiful flags embroidered in colors from her brother, Frank H. Roehl of France. He wrote that he would soon be back and would probably eat Easter dinner at home.
Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Bullard received a telegram Monday from their son, Harold, stating that he had arrived safely in New York. He had but recently been in a hospital in England and was sent home with the rest of the soldiers.
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