News: West Side (22 Jan 1903)
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Surnames: Decker, Fravert, Franz, Froehlich, Huntzicker, Markham, Miller, Noah, Palms, Peterson, Reineking, Soefker, Vollrath
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 1/22/1903
Adolph Noah was butchering three days last week.
Otto Decker lost a valuable cow the first of last week.
Mary Soefker visited her sister Nora at Peterson’s camp last Thursday.
Anna Fravert is helping with the household duties at Aug. Franz’s this week.
Willie Miller is able to get around a little. He ate Sunday dinner at his father’s.
Lydia Reineking is at Tioga, where she is employed in the hotel run by G. H. Palms.
Hank Warner and Curtiss Markham have finished hauling the logs from the Withee estate just north of Wm. Vollrath.
Bertha Vollrath went to Neillsville Monday, where she is to be employed in County Treasurer Huntzicker’s home.
Aug. Franz is wearing an eighteen karat smile these days. The reason is he is the proud possessor of a little son born Saturday, Jan. 17.
Emma Froehlich and Mary Vollrath drove with Wm. Vollrath over to the Northwestern camp Sunday, where he is employed this winter.
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