News: Curtiss, Wis. (26 Oct. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Feidler, Moriarty, Block, Marquardt, Lorenger, Kaffarnus, Zechel,
Machlett, Maes, Hingiss, Hanson, Lapp, Dauber, Dewey, Thieme,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 26 Oct.
Wm. Feidler departed Sunday for Two Harbors, Minn., with his daughter, Mrs. Moriarity and children.
Annie Block left for Neillsville Monday to attend high school. Pearie Moore accompanied her on her trip.
Millie Marquardt returned to Chicago Monday after a three weeks' visit with relatives and friends.
Lena Lorenger went to Unity Monday and will leave there Tuesday with her sister for Chicago.
Mrs. Frank Kaffarnus left for Eden, Wis., Monday.
Joe Zechel ran against something Saturday night and now the doctor is trying to fix his eyes.
Annie Machlett has recovered from an attack of quinsy.
Mrs. Maes has a severe attack of pneumonia.
Mr. Hingiss left for Cleveland, Wis., Monday.
Mattle Hanson is visiting in Withee.
Fritz Machlett moved his household goods here from Owens Saturday, and will make this place his home in the future.
Eda Lapp is very sick at present.
Ida Dauber of Stevens Point is visiting Wm. Manthey and wife.
Cy Dewey of Hemlock, was here on business Tuesday.
Otto and Fred Theime and Frank Schroeder went to Medford to work in the woods.
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