News: Neillsville (23 Jan 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Phillips, Weaver, Huntley, Heibel, Lee, Drescher, Hazelett, Bogumil, Aichinger, Martin, Chapman, Palmer, Calway, Vine, Seidelman, Merril, Cannon, Nemitz, Salter, Garbusch, Runge, Crothers, Poole, Dudley, Meyers, Roberts, Ashbough, Zimmerman, Ure, Kurth, Schoengarth, Gilman, Hannah, Opelt, Devos, Schaller, Flynn, Sturdevant, Wagner, Langreck, Gehrt, Zimmer, Lowe, Wolff, Walters, Kalsow, Lynch, Korman, Hanson, Klopf, Irvine, Furstenberg, Montgomery, Robinson, Brick, Jackson, Marsh, Bullard, Radke, Demeter, Holcomb, Warren, Brooks, Dudley, Hoesly, Buddenhagen, Monk, Bachman, Berg, Quinnell, Neff, Kutchera, Waterpool, Rodolf, Dangers, Lorentzen Andersen, Lowe, Carriman, Knorr, Hughes, Lindsley
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 1/23/1919
Neillsville (23 Jan 1919)
Miss Mae Phillips was at Marshfield Friday afternoon.
Sheriff Weaver was at Thorp Saturday on business.
G.C. Huntley transacted business at Marshfield Friday.
Fred Heibel was here from Mondovi Friday on business.
Robert Lee went to St. Paul Friday to spend a couple days.
Miss Clara Drescher spent Friday afternoon at Granton.
Mrs. Chas. Hazelett was here from Marshfield on Friday.
Leon Bogumil was here from Thorp Thursday on business.
John Aichinger went to St. Paul Friday on a business trip.
W.D. Martin transacted business at Oshkosh on Monday.
D.O. Chapman went to Chicago Friday on a business trip.
Chas. Palmer of Augusta transacted business here on Friday.
F.D. Calway went to Milwaukee Saturday on a business trip.
Mrs. Clayton Vine went to Taylor Saturday to spend a few days.
Mrs. Henry Seidelmann was at Marshfield on Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Merril and Mrs. Cannon were here from Neillsville on Friday.
Gus. Nemitz returned home Friday from the hospital at Rochester.
Mrs. Richard Salter returned home to Colby on Friday after a visit here.
Miss Regina Garbusch spent a few days with friends at Humbird last week.
Carl Runge bought a fine purebred Holstein bull calf from Geo. Crothers last week.
Mrs. Chas. Poole returned Friday from Elroy where she spent several weeks.
Mrs. A.E. Dudley went to Black River Falls Friday to spend a few days.
Will Meyers went to St. Paul Saturday and may resume his work there.
Grover Huntley was at Eau Claire Thursday and brought his wife home from the hospital.
Rev. Roberts returned Thursday from Minneapolis where he attended a conference.
Miss Mary Ashbaugh left Friday for Davenport, Iowa, where she will attend school.
Geo. Zimmerman went to Chicago Saturday to attend the National Convention of R.C.U.
Geo. Ure and Robert Kurth went to Chicago Monday to attend the National Canners convention.
County Judge Schoengarth went to Friendship Thursday to hold court for a few days for Judge Gilman.
Will Hannah went to St. Paul Thursday morning and from there left with a party of land buyers for Texas.
Mrs. Max Opelt returned Friday from Sheridan where she was called by the illness of her daughter with the flu.
Lieut. and Mrs. Devos returned to Milwaukee Saturday after a brief visit with his brother, A.L. Devos, and wife.
Mrs. O.J. Schaller and baby of Chippewa Falls came Friday to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Huntley.
Mrs. Floyd Flynn and children came from Eau Claire Friday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Sturdevant.
Mrs. Robt. Wagner returned last week from Stanley where she went for a visit with her folks and while there was sick with the flu.
John Langreck and daughter, Miss Tressie, went to St. Louis, Iowa, Friday, having been called there by the illness of his son, John, with the flu.
Harry Gehrt was at Granton Saturday on business.
Phil. Zimmer went to Altoona Monday to resume his work there.
Thomas Lowe and John Wolff were at Marshfield Saturday on business.
Jay Walters of Eau Claire was here on a business trip last week.
Mrs. Otto Kalsow went to Marshfield Saturday to spend Sunday with friends.
Miss Marion Lynch went to Superior Saturday to spend a few days with friends.
H.E. Korman and Henry Ghent were at Eau Claire Saturday on a business trip.
Miss Hazel Hanson came from Whitehall Saturday for a few days’ visit with her sister, Mrs. Ernest Palmer.
Capt. H.W. Klopf, Lieuts. Irvine and Devos went to Milwaukee Tuesday to attend the state meeting of the Home Guards.
Mrs. Elmer Furstenberg returned home to Marshfield Saturday after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Will Montgomery.
Mrs. Anna Robinson and daughter, Miss Fern Robinson, left Sunday morning for Sidney, Mont., where they expect to spend several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Brick.
District Attorney Jackson has his office in Clerk of the Court Geo. Ure’s office for the time being, as the district attorney’s office at the courthouse is now being occupied by the Red Cross chapter.
Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Marsh went to Marshfield Sunday and there joined Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Marsh for a trip to California to visit their brother, Judge S.M. Marsh, at San Diego. They will be gone the balance of the winter.
Harold Bullard arrived home Thursday from France. He landed in New York on the 21st of December and had been honorably discharged from the army. He belonged to the aviation corps and saw service with a bombing squadron.
Herbert Radke received a clipping last week from a Freeport, Ill., paper, telling of the death in action of Teddy Demeter. The young man will be pleasantly remembered here as having assisted in the interior decorating of the First National Bank and his friends here will be grieved to learn of his death.
Robert Lee returned home last week from New York, having received his honorable discharge from the army. He had been attached to the aviation corps band and was just ready to go across when the armistice was signed. On Monday he resumed his position as foreman in the Times office.
Maple Leaf Camp No. 78 W.O.W. installed the following officers on Jan. 15th. C.C., A.E. Holcomb; A.L., O.J. Warren; Clerk, H.J. Brooks; Treas., Arthur E. Dudley; Escort, Marcus Hoesly; Watch, Wm. Buddenhagen; Sentry, Elmer Buddenhagen; Capt., Louis Buddenhagen; Medical Examiners, Drs. Monk and Bachmann. The members had invited a number of guests and a lunch was served. The evening was a most enjoyable one.
C.C. Berg was here from Granton Saturday.
Ernest Lee of Granton was here Saturday.
Percy Quinnell arrived home from France last week.
Harry Neff and Ed. Kutchera went to Oshkosh Monday.
Will Waterpool has returned to Appleton to attend school.
A daughter was born on Saturday to Lieut. and Mrs. M.C. Rodolf.
Mrs. B. Dangers and son, Walter, went to Milwaukee Saturday night.
Mrs. A.C. Lorentzen is here from Stevens Point visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ole C. Andersen.
Herbert Lowe attended the National Furniture Dealers’ convention at Chicago last week.
James H. Carriman, one of our Indian soldier boys arrived home this week, after spending eleven months overseas.
Mrs. A.J. Knorr went to Milwaukee this week. Mr. Knorr and Miss Myrtle will join her there in a few days to start on a trip to Florida.
James E. Hughes, one of the Clark County soldier boys who have been fighting in France, arrived at home Monday from Camp Grant, he having received an honorable discharge from the service. Mr. Hughes has a collection of souvenirs brought from the western front, including a bayonet, shells and a German pack, which he picked up on a battlefield.
A recent number of the American Lumberman contained a fine picture of Miss Elizabeth J. Lindsey, together with an extended write-up. Miss Lindsey is now occupying the position of purchasing agent for the line yards of the Boise Payette Lumber Co. of Boise, Idaho, and is filling the position usually occupied by a man in a most capable manner. Miss Lindsey was a former Neillsville girl.
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