News: Longwood, WI Locals (29-Jan-1903)

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----Source: Schwarze-Buker Album; Greenwood Gleaner Clippings, 25-Jan-1903.

Martin Neville had the misfortune to loose a fine colt recently.

Mrs. M. J. Anderson spent Sunday at the Richeleu home in Beaver.

Mary Neville did shopping in our sister city, Greenwood, Wednesday.

Mrs. K. Anderson of Hemlock was a guest at the Nelson home a few days ago.

S. J. Smith has recently purchased a new tank heater, with all the necessary fixtures.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Einfelt of Greenwood visited the Longwood Sunday School.

A little girl of Fred Awe is sick with lung trouble. She is being attended by Dr. Nielsen of Withee.

Mrs. G. L. Cummings entertained a party of young people one evening last week. Light refreshments were served.

George Albright has moved his family onto his farm near Spokeville. Carl Hermonson of Black River Falls will move into the house he vacated.

 

 


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