News: The Clark
Republican and Press 7-11-1895
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 7-11-1895
Miss Louise Zussenhaus went up to her former home at Green Grove Friday, where she expected to remain several days, but was summoned home Sunday on account of the illness of her mother.
H. C. Peters of Phillips arrived in the city last week Wednesday to visit his wife and relatives and to pack up his household effects preparatory to moving to Phillips, where he is established in the law business.
C. H. Ebbe, John and Frank Dwyer, Cecil Verbeck, Perk Cross and other in that neighborhood got up a picnic for the 11th in the beautiful grove on the poor farm. They invited a number of their friends and a good time was enjoyed by all.
Nate Anderson and Nels Austreng of Neillsville, made Mans Austreng a visit, Sunday.
Miss Ina Palms leaves Monday for Salem, Oregon, where she expects to spend the sinter.
Charlie Cornellus, the music teacher of Neillsville, passed through town on Tuesday on his way to Thorp.
Mrs. Erasius Bowen, of Columbus, Wis., is here to visit her mother, Mrs. G. C. Andrews who is seriously ill.
Mrs. W. T. Hendren returned from an extended visit in Ohio on Wednesday. Her daughter, Emma, stopped off at Stevens Point to visit some friends.
One of Dr. Buland’s riving teams recently got badly cut on a barb wire fence. It will be laid up for a month or more. The other one he has sold to John Stewart.
The examination of Louis Thibert on the charge of resisiting an officer, before Justice Harison last Friday, was attended by a large crowd from Withee and vicinity. District Attorney Jacques looked after the interests of the State, and Mr. Thibet was defended by L. M. Sturdevant. The evidence showed that on the 27th day of May Constable R. K. Sullivan, of Hixon, accompanied by Peter LeFlex went to Thibert’s farm to take possession of three colts on a writ of replevin, but were drive from the farm by Thibert at the point of a Winchester rifle. The defendant was bound over to appear at the next general term of the circuit court for trial. He gave bail in the amount of $100 and was released.
THORP COURIER - Peter Deforth, Sr. one of the early settlers in this vicinity, but who has been spending the past two years with friends in Manitowco county, arrived here last week to visit for a time with his son, Peter, Jr., in the town of Reseburg.
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