Courier (13 Dec 1894)
Transcribed by Lori Lauen
----Sources: Thorp Courier (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.)
Surnames: FEAR MCCUTCHEON LONG CIRKEL HOLZHAUSEN GILLERAN LEIBOLE LAFLEX WALSDORF LUSK MOSHER SHELDON
Mrs. E. J. Fear, of Augusta, is paying her daughter, Mrs. W. R. McCutcheon, of this place a visit.
J. A. Long returned here from Veefkind last week and is again employed at J. W. Cirkel & Sons stave factory.
A dance will be held at Holzhauens' hall, Reseburg, on New Year's Eve. Music by Thorp Orchestra. Tickets 50 cents. All invited.
Wm. Gilleran was taken to the county poor farm by marshall H. Leibole, on Friday last, where he will remain during the winter.
Mud, mud, mud has been in order the past week and the streets have presented a nasty appearance. Cold weather and snow is earnestly hoped for.
Peter Laflex will give a dance at his home in the town of Reseburg on Christmas eve, Dec 24th. Everybody cordially invited. Good music and a good supper furnished.
There will be a Demorest Silver Medal contest held in the M. E. church, Friday, Dec 14; class consisting of young people ages between 16 and 20, male and female. .............. Supt.
Wm. Walsdorf will give a Christmas dance at his hall on Tuesday evening Dec. 25. Music by Thorp Orchestra. Tickets including supper at Arms' restaurant, $1.50. Everybody invited.
The first of the winter series of club dances was held at Hipke's hall on Friday evening last and will be held regularly every two weeks hereafter. The club membership numbers twenty-five or thirty couples and considerable fun is ground out on these occasions. The nimbleness of Mayor Lusk, Dr. McCutcheon, Thos. Mosher, and C. H. Sheldon is excellently shown in their graceful movements and apparent forgetfulness of all earthly things, and serves to make a dizzy feeling pervade the atmosphere when at their best.
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