News: Loyal, Wis. (16 Nov. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Allea, Welsh, Judd, McKenzie, Emerson, Braun, Draper, Kayhart,
Leibel, Jenks, Waterman, Kline
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.)
G. W. Allea is spending a week near Athens hunting.
W. F. Welsh the Beaver cheese maker made a business trip to Milwaukee Friday.
Byron Judd of Rubicon who purchased the Wm. McKenzie farm arrived here with his family Thursday.
Andrew Emerson and Andrew Braun went to Neillsville Monday on county business.
Mrs. F. W. Draper and Mrs. Kayhart were at Marshfield between trains Tuesday.
Samuel Leibel, Sr., and daughter came up from Jefferson Tuesday for a visit with Samuel Leibel, Jr.
Arthur Jenks went to Madison Monday where he will take a three months' course in the state dairy school.
Born to Nels Waterman and wife Monday, a boy.
Mrs. Kline, wife of Wm Kline died Monday of consumption. Funeral is Wednesday at Greenwood.
Geo. Jenks of Lake Mills is visiting his sons the Jenks Bros. this week.
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