News: Christie, Wis. (5 Oct. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Atkins, Wheeler, Derby, Hoganson, Butterfield, Redmond, Robinson,
Jones, Harper, Holt, Barr, Montgomery, Armitage, Crandell, Weast,
Churchill, Grant, Brown, Derby, Colvin, Hosely, Born, Richardson,
Wilson, Ward, Heaslett, Gilman
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 5 Oct.
Mrs. Atkins and Mrs. Wheeler visited friends in Greenwood last Tuesday.
Ethel Derby visited relatives in Greenwood last Wednesday.
Jennie Hoganson of Neillsville visited at Mr. Harper's last week.
Mrs. Ed. Butterfield had a rag bee Thursday.
Chas. Redmond and family of Loyal, visited at Orlo Robinson's Sunday.
Mrs. Steve Jones went East Tuesday for a visit.
Mr. Holt was taken to Neillsville last Wednesday for medical treatment. Mrs. Holt accompanied him.
Mrs. Barr of Longwood, who has been visiting her son, returned home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery of Pleasant Ridge, visited at W. Armitage's over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Crandell of Neillsville, visited at Mr. Weast's and W. Armitage's Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Redmond and Mrs. Churchill visited relatives and friends in the town of Grant last week.
Mrs. Grant and Mrs. E. Brown and children visited relatives in Chili Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Derby were callers in Neillsville yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Colvin have moved on a farm near Greenwood.
Loom Hosely of York, called on friends last Wednesday.
Fred Born and family, who came by team from the Black Hills, are visiting John Richardson's. He is going from here to Northern Michigan.
Mrs. Wilson who has been visiting relatives at Wausau, returned home Thursday.
Mrs. Ward is visiting relatives at Black River Falls.
Wilfred Heaslett, who has been helping Mr. Gilman at the creamery, returned to Granton Saturday.
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