News: Ralph, Wis. (16 April 1903)
Contact: Laurel Bragstad
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Surnames: Baady, Baker, Brodfish, Brownell, Green, Hamm, Leary, Shorer, Smith, Sturz, Williams
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 4/16/1903
All hands went to election Tuesday.
Two inches of snow fell here Monday night.
Charlie Baady was seen on our streets Monday.
J. Brownell and Family went through town Friday.
I.F. Green went to Abbotsford Wednesday and had some dental work done.
B.B. Green and his father were Dorchester visitors one day last week.
Ed Green went to Curtiss Friday and brought back the new false tooth saw.
Stella Baker returned Sunday and commenced her school Monday morning.
The boiler maker of Marshfield was here and did some work for the mill company Thursday.
Effie Green’s house took fire at about four o’clock thursday afternoon and would doubtless have burned had it not been for the timely aid of the mill men. Fortunately little damage was done.
M.F. Leary is finishing his house.
Jack Hamm has bought another horse.
Olaf Williams is the proud owner of a gray driver.
Jack Hamm and family visited his parents Sunday.
Tom Wlliams is digging a well on his father’s farm.
B. Shorer and family visited with his brother-in-law Sunday.
A grand dance will be given in the town hall of Holway May 2.
Joe Brodfish and Henry Sturz were on our streets last Sunday.
Willie Leary left on Easter Sunday for Dale to work on a farm.
W.P. Williams bought a harness for fifteen dollars and got a horse in the bargain.
M.O. Smith, the manager of the broom handle factory, is running his mill night and day.
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