News: Shortville (12 Oct. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Grace, Shaffer, Winters, Short, Colburn, Thyler, Welch, Ward,
Nelson, Hocket, Sherman, Galbrath, Frantz, Brown
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 12 Oct.
My, isn't it fine! Two whole days of sunshine!!
Percy Grace is doing the lathing in the new school house.
Mr. Shaffer has purchased an organ.
Tom Winters and family visited at James B. Shorts Sunday.
Mary Colburn is working for Mrs. Jack Welch at Neillsville.
Everybody is trying to get their potatoes dug before more rain.
Miss Mable Thyler of Neillsville, attended the Ladies' Aid society, Thursday.
Mr. Ed Ward took a load of chickens to Neillsville Tuesday.
Will and Otto Nelson have gone up north to work.
Oscar Hocket is working for Jim Short.
Joe Sherman has sold his farm.
Ed Short attended the Ladies' Aid society. Come again, Ed., and bring your gentlemen friends. Supper is only ten cents. Bring your thimbles and needles; the society furnishes thread.
Mrs. John Galbrath is quite sick.
Rudolph Frantz is getting well again.
In jumping from a wagon while in Neillsville last Wednesday, Ella Brown fell and split her knee pan.
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