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Surnames: LAWRENCE BUTHONY FULWILER HALLOCK HOFFMAN TURNER ROWE LIMEKUHLER KING GIBSON BOLTON
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 07/23/1896
Wilcox: July 22, 1896
Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lawrence, Thursday, July 16th, a girl.
William Buthony and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a son.
I. Fulwiler and wife visited their son George at Marshfield Sunday.
Miss Bertha Hallock, of Granton, was a pleasant caller Saturday.
Rev. Hoffman is driving a span of high flyers, a present from his father-in-law.
Miss Almeda Turner, of Fenton, Michigan; is visiting her father and other relatives at this place.
Walter Rowe and best girl drove to the Ridge Sunday to attend the meeting.
Rev. Limekuhler, of Fairchild, preached in the Redmond Church Saturday evening. Quite a few from the Center attended.
Army worms and grasshoppers are destroying gardens and harvest fields.
Miss Ethel King was reported on the sick list last Sunday.
William Turner went to Merrillan Thursday to meet his daughter who came from Michigan.
Miss Mattie Gibson left for Larmatine Friday for an extended visit among relatives.
W. F. Bolton spent Sunday at Marshfield with his family.
Orel Lawrence, of Loyal, was the guest of Allie Turner Friday.
Miss Mabel Gibson is visiting her aunt at Marshfield this week.
E. M. Rowe is sick with enlargement of the liver.
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