News: Loyal (23 Nov. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Walsh, Potter, Smith, Andraska, Meacham, Christman, Blumenstein,
Rotell, Steverson, Christman, Schuman, Peabody, Davel,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.)
W. J. Walsh and wife went to Milwaukee Thursday, returning Saturday.
W. B. Potter and wife are visiting relatives in Black River Falls this week.
Miss Cassie Smith went to Beaver Dam Friday.
Mortin Andraska went to North Milwaukee Saturday, where he will visit with his sister for a week or so.
Geo. Meacham returned from his southern trip Saturday.
Miss Anna Christman is at Marshfield and Hewitt this week.
Gust Blumenstein was over from Marshfield Monday to see his brother A. Blumenstein.
Chas. Rotelle has moved his barber shop to the building on main street, formerly occupied by H. P. Steverson.
Phillip Christman was up from Hewitt Friday evening to attend the library dance.
E. J. Schuman of Neosho, is working in the Daley meat market.
H. A. Peabody of Alma Center, is visiting with his son, C. M. Peabody this week.
Albert Davel made a business trip to Chicago Tuesday.
Paul Edwards went to Marshfield Tuesday morning.
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