Contact: Marsha Hosfeld
Surnames: Boritzki, Frost, Bradford, Hanson, Cain, Graves, Crowell, Hoops, Luepke, Blankinberg, Ennor, Hayward, Bradley, Gardiner, Griffin, Strayer, Blaisdell, Duitman, Landaal, Damon, Patterson, Heath, Ringer, Richards, Upham, Elvis
----Source: The GREENWOOD GLEANER (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 Aug. 1901
Spencer (Aug. 1901)
[Received too late for last week.]
W. Boritzki is visiting in Leland, Mich.
Mrs. Hattie Frost visited in Marshfield last week.
Chas. Bradford of Neillsville was in town Saturday.
Marie Hanson is visiting relatives at Loyal this week.
Amy Cain of Unity spent Saturday with Lizzie Graves.
Rispa Crowell is visiting in the Thayer settlement.
Lydia Hoops and Minnie Luepke left Tuesday for Rib Lake.
Mrs. Blankinberg’s mother returned to Waupun Wednesday.
John A. Ennor’s Palace Studio Car will be here all this week.
The members of the Lutheran church gave a picnic last Sunday.
Mert Hayward and wife took in the Waupaca excursion Sunday.
Mrs. B. S. Bradley is visiting her son Bert at Neillsville this week.
Don Gardiner and wife went to Marshfield Saturday afternoon.
Minnie Griffin went to Rib Lake Tuesday for a two weeks’ visit.
Mrs. F. G. Strayer and Donna Blaisdell drove to Marshfield Friday.
Ben Griffin spent Sunday with his family. He returned to Rib Lake Monday.
J. L. Duitman and family have bought and moved into the Vandercook house recently purchased by B. J. Landaal.
Mrs. F. F. Damon of Athens is visiting relatives and friends here this week. She is accompanied by her son Fremont.
Mr. Patterson of the Ennor car took a picture of a group of our young ladies Tuesday afternoon on Dr. Strayer’s lawn. The young men shed a few bitter tears because they could not look pretty too.
F. W. Heath left Saturday for Ashland where he has entered his pacer "Anterew" in the races to be held there this week. He was accompanied by Jake Ringer of Ottawa, Ill. From there they will go to Stevens Point.
Mrs. Florence D. Richards of Ohio lectured at the M. E. church Monday evening. Her subject was Temperance and it was well delivered. Mrs. Richards is one of the finest speakers of Ohio and has lectured in every state and territory in the United States and nine foreign countries. In the afternoon she gave a talk to the ladies. Mesdames W. H. Upham and Elvis of Marshfield attended the afternoon meeting.
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