News: Neillsville (2 Jan 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Shaw, Chapman, Ghent, Barton, Brandt, Marth, Frank, Montgomery, Just, Hoey, Snyder, Albright, Ainsworth, Lezotte, Zimmer, Miller, Page, Gotchling, Clemens, Quinell, McNamara, Oelig, Lueck, Monk, Crothers, Eberhardt, Crosby, Crandall, Rossman, Heltz, Evans, Dahl, Marg, Hrach, Zinksheim, Jorgenson, Thomas, Ghert, Milbriet, Nemitz, Brauer, Sears, Seidelman, Kennedy, McIntyre, Wing, MacMillan, Larson, Buddenhagen, Dodte, Higgins, Kurth, Schoengarth, Martin, Raffety, Cardorelli, Salisbury, Roberts, Lovejoy, Blodgett, Neigard, Wagner, Henchen, Neville, Epp, Bast, Carter, Matheson, Flynn, Neverman, Kjorstad
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 1/2/1919
Neillsville (2 Jan 1919)
Jerome Shaw transacted business at Wausau last week.
Doc. Chapman went to Oshkosh Friday on a business trip.
Henry Ghent and A. Barton were at Marshfield on Thursday.
Miss Lena Brandt came home from Chicago to spend Christmas.
Mrs. Frank Marth is sick with the second attack of the flu.
An 8-lb. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frances Frank on Thursday.
Mrs. Will Montgomery went to Marshfield Monday for a brief visit.
Henry Just and daughter, Miss Tillie, were at Marshfield on Monday.
Mrs. E.J. Hoey and Mrs. Ernest Snyder were at Marshfield on Monday.
Miss Leona Albright returned to her school work at New London Saturday.
Miss Alice Ainsworth returned to Minneapolis Saturday to resume teaching.
Miss Nellie Lezotte, who teaches at Bruce Mound, was home over Christmas.
Miss Helen Zimmer came home from Camp Douglas to spend the holidays.
Bernard Miller was given in the Saturday casualty list as slightly wounded.
Irl Page went to Granton on Monday.
Fred Gotchling was home from Adams over Sunday.
R.A. Clemens was at Marshfield Monday on business.
Miss Elizabeth Quinell was home from Spooner for Christmas.
Miss Mae McNamara spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oelig at Greenwood.
Miss Rosa Lueck returned to Marshfield after spending Christmas at home.
Floyd Monk came home Monday from Washington for a short furlough.
Donald Crothers arrived home Monday morning from France. He has been serving in the aviation section.
R.P. Eberhardt and family spent Christmas with relatives near Marshfield.
E.W. Crosby and wife and son spent Christmas with his parents at Granton.
Mrs. N.E. Crandall spent Christmas Day with her son and family at Granton.
Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Rossman spent a couple days at Greenwood last week.
August Holtz and family spent a few days last week with friends at Marshfield.
Miss Esther Evans has been here from North Dakota for several days visiting relatives.
Mrs. Herman Dahl left on Monday to join her husband at their new home at Lawton, New York.
Aug. Marg and Ferd. Hrach, Sr., were at Marshfield on Saturday spending the day with old friends.
Miss Margaret Zinksheim went to Milwaukee Saturday for a visit with friends and relatives.
F.P. Jorgenson spent Christmas with his wife and son who are at the hospital at Marshfield.
Mrs. C.H. Thomas of Detroit spent Christmas here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ghert.
A.C. Milbriet went to Amherst to move his household goods here as he has bought the Nemitz place west of the river.
Mrs. Robert Brauer, Sr., returned to Oshkosh on Saturday after spending Christmas whit her son and his family.
Verlyn Sears, who was recently discharged from the army, went to Madison Monday to resume his school work.
Michael Seidelman and his son, John, of Idaho, went to Jefferson Monday to spend a short time with relatives.
Mrs. Kennedy and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, went to Milwaukee to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. E.L. McIntyre.
Mrs. F.B. Wing and son of Abbotsford returned home Monday after a few days’ visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary MacMillan.
Geo. Larson and Louis Buddenhagen were at Marshfield to spend a couple hours with Carl Dodte at the Marshfield hospital.
Ed. Higgins was here from Glenwood City a couple days last week on business. Ed. is still using his crutches, but is getting along in fine shape.
Louis Kurth arrived home Tuesday from Camp Grant, having received his discharge from the army. He was at Vancouver, Wash., until Christmas.
Mrs. Oscar Schoengarth spent Monday with her father, Carl Dodte, at the Marshfield Hospital. Mr. Dodte is now getting along very nicely.
Mrs. A.C. Martin and Miss Dorothy spent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Raffety at Marshfield. Mrs. Martin received a cablegram from Major Martin on Christmas Day, sending holiday greetings.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Cardorelli received a telegram from the War Department last week stating that their son, Joe, had been returned from a German prison camp and is now safe in France,
Donald McMillan came home from New York on Christmas Day to spend a couple days with his mother and sister. Donald has been actively engaged in Liberty Loan work in New York being a “Dollar-A-Year” man, his activities being given to the publicity end of the various campaigns.
Thomas Salisbury of Marshfield attempted to kill John Roberts, district attorney of Wood County, on Monday of last week. He entered Roberts’ office, waited until he was through with some dictating and then pulled out a revolver and shot the district attorney in the side. Fortunately the bullet did not penetrate a vital organ and the victim will soon recover from the insane attack.
Frank Lovejoy, who broke out of the Wood County jail, has been re-captured in New York. Lovejoy was in jail for stealing Jerry Blodgett’s car at Marshfield and after breaking jail stole Dr. Neigard’s car at Merrillan and made his getaway. Dr. Neigard’s car was recovered in New York City.
Herman Wagner was at Granton Tuesday on business.
Irvin Henchen was home from Mondovi over Christmas.
James Neville transacted business at Marshfield on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Epp went to Augusta Monday to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bast returned Monday from a few days visit at Edgar.
Mrs. Walter Carter returned to Crandon Tuesday after a holiday visit with relatives here.
Dr. and Mrs. A. Matheson were at Green Bay last week and adopted a little baby from the orphans’ home there, Mrs. Matheson returning home with it on Saturday.
Art Flynn returned to his work at Sioux Falls, S.D., after spending a few days here. He left his wife and son, John Henry, here for a further visit with his mother, Mrs. Mary Neverman.
Lieutenant Harry E. Kjorstad came home from Camp Taylor, Kentucky, last Thursday and is spending a couple of weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Kjorstad. Harry went to Camp Grant last spring, and after brief training there he was sent to the officers training course at Camp Taylor. He completed the course about three years ago, and received his lieutenant’s commission. Not desiring to continue in the service since the war is over, he was granted an honorable discharge. He left a fine position with one of the leading law firms in Milwaukee when he entered the army, but he has not determined upon his plans for the future. He may conclude to locate in some other city and engage in practice on his own account. He is a young man of fine legal ability and he has also had a broad experience both within and without his profession. Wherever he may decide to locate, he will do well. – Black River Falls Journal
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