Courier (29 Nov 1894)
Transcribed by Lori Lauen
----Sources: Thorp Courier (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.)
Surnames: VANGORDER FREEDY BOARDMAN PARKER ROY BROWN LUSK SMITH KEOPKE BLANK FLETCHER SHELDON ROTH BURKE BODKE KAUDY TIMLIN
Eat turkey today. Thanksgiving Day.
S. of V. dance tonight.
Four children of H. F. Vangorder are ill with typhoid fever.
Apples, $2.75 per bbl..............Thorp Mcercantile Co.
Miss Cora Freedy is at Plainsfield, Wis., with relatives.
The little chemical engine is stored away, ready for sale.
Anson Boardman was numbered with the sick last week.
R. W. Parker, of Germania, was a visitor here on Monday.
Mr. Roy and Miss Winnie Brown are visiting at Eau Claire.
A series of religious meetings are being held at the M. E. church this week.
Frank Lusk is down from Minneapolis, to spend Thanksgiving with his parents.
Henry Smith, who has been sick with a disease similar to typhoid fever, is able to be out again.
Wm. Keopke, of Neenah, is here visiting with his uncle, Al Blank. of our village.
Miss Myra Fletcher is in town this week visiting with her sister, Mrs. C. H. Sheldon.
Mrs. John Roth and Miss Pearl Burke of Stanley drove over to our village one day last week.
Miss Emma Bodke, of Wuertsburg, Wis., is here visiting her sister Mrs. Mat Kaudy of this village.
Jas. Timlin has returned from Hunter, N.D., where he has been employed during the summer.
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