News: Reseburg (28 Dec. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
McKee, Russel, Belter, Telford, Prouty, Nichols, Jackson, Brown,
Vangorder, Warner, Lenta, Deforth
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Dec.
School at the Reseberg corners closed Friday for a two weeks' vacation during the holidays. Oliver McKee will resume his duties as teacher again after vacation.
Miss Emma Russel of Butternut is visiting with Fred Belter's folks. She will extend her visit until after the holidays. Miss Russel is a niece of Mrs. Fred Belter.
Agnes Telford is making her mother, Mrs. G. A. Telford, of South Fork, a visit.
Peter Deforth is giving the inside of his house a coat of whitewash.
R. B. Brown has returned home with his woodsawing machine. He has a few jobs near home and then the saw will rest until another fall.
Vernon Prouty and family have moved onto their farm near the Hayes' road.
Mrs. Delia Telford had been quite sick but is now on the gain.
Henry Nichols has been sawing wood for some of the residents of this place, but he quit last week to go into camp.
Vilas and Roy Jackson of Colfax, arrived here Monday, and will visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Brown, during the Christmas week.
H. Vangorder, a former resident near here, is very sick with lung trouble.
Several of the Sons of Veterans attended the meeting of that order on Monday night at Longwood, among whom were Bill Warner, Willie Warner and Otto Warner of Eidsvold, Brad Lenta of Thorp and Rev. B. Brown and George Vangorder of Reseberg.
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