News: Curtiss (21 Sept. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Johnson, Smith, Cox, Gray, Paulson, Boss, Moore, Dahlberg, Miller,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Sept. 1900
After spending two months visiting her brother, M. Smith, Mrs. Ella Cox returned to her home in Milwaukee.
Emil and Bena Johnson have returned from Minneapolis.
Mrs. Gray and children left Thursday for their home in Bingham Lake, Minnesota.
Andrew Paulson attended business in Neillsville this week.
Mrs. Boss and mother, Mrs. M. G. Moore, Mrs. Frank Moore and Pearl Moore attended the fair at Chippewa Falls Thursday.
O. A. Dahlberg spent Sunday with his family, returning to Westboro Monday.
Nick, Carl and Joe have had their troubles now and are sympathizing with each other over their hard lot.
Freda Miller returned to Marshfield Monday.
Gunda Thompson was given a surprise party by her Colby friends Friday evening.
A party from Fond du Lac county are here looking at the country.
Jno. Hanson, whose leg was broken some time ago, is able to be out on crutches.
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