News: Reseburg (24 Aug. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Rosine, Brown, Christian, Black, Gough,
Sheldon, Vangorder, Dewey, Pettet, Nichol
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark
County, Wis.) 24 Aug. 1900
Minnie Rosine of Colby, is a visitor at the home of B. J. Brown.
C. H. and F. J. Christian left for Bayfield Monday.
Wm Black's, Nichol Bro.'s and Frieze & Son's threshing outfits have begun operations for the fall.
There was a good attendance at Sunday school in the Gough school house Sunday.
C. H. Christian is causing a house to be built on his farm. What now Charley?
Roy Brown has his new house completed and will move in this week.
C. H. Sheldon and wife of Thorp, were out this way Sunday.
The young people from Brown and Asseline, with some friends from Eidsvold spent several days last week picking berries south of Vangorders.
Messrs. Dewey and Pettet are building a small log house on Nichol Bro.'s farm.
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