News: Ralph (Feb. 5, 1903)
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Surnames: Brady, Collier, Green, Harding, Hawks, Owens, Sherer, Stephens, Virch, Vouchlander, White
 ----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 2/5/1903
 Willie Sherer is on the sick list.
 Mrs. Eva Brady was seen on our streets Saturday.
 The grip seems to be the order of the day in these parts.
 B.B. Green made a business trip to Medford Wednesday.
 Twelve below zero is what it registered here Friday morning.
 G.P. Green and his son, I.F., were Dorchester visitors Saturday.
 Mr. I.F. Green spent Saturday with her parents near Dorchester.
 Quite a crowd attended church at the Vouchlander school house Sunday.
 A.N. Virch was through this section of the country delivering mail boxes.
 The Owens logging crew are cutting timber on the eighty the school house is on.
 S.T. Stephens of Dorchester were visitors at the home of Mrs. Sarah Green Sunday.
 Edith Harding closes her school today and returns to her home at Rib Lake in the near future.
 All hands attend the musical at Milo Hawks’ tomorrow night as there is to be a fish pond. Good luck to those who fish.
 Mr. White, who lives near Greenwood, drove up to the mill Monday, bringing with him a load of flour and feed from the Greenwood Roller Mills. He returned the next day with a load of lumber.
 The infant daughter of John Collier was taken with a spasm Sunday while lying on her father’s lap. Help was soon called in and the last heard she was getting better. Teething was supposed to be the cause.



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