News: Longwood (03 Feb 1910)

Contact: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org 

Surnames: Benson, Bahn, Jessen, Keister, Bright, Vater, Benson, Schuman, Barr, Sanders, Spencer, Anderson

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (03 Feb 1910)

(Last week)

The farmers are busy hauling logs and bolts to Withee.

Bad colds and grippe have been making their rounds in this vicinity.

Guy Benson is quite sic with quinsy.

Gus Bahn, who has been making a visit at Chicago, returned the first of the week.

Ed Jessen's mother is very ill with pneumonia.

Will Keister of Withee is making preparation to run the "pig" here once more.

(This week)

H.A. Bright's smiling face was seen in our burg one day last week "jokes and criticism seemed to be his errand," come again.

The sociable Saturday night was a success both socially and financially.

The Ladie's Aid meets next Thursday, Feb. 10th, with Mrs. Vater.

Everybody prepare for the masquerade ball to be given by the Beavers and Queens on Saturday, Feb. 12.

Little Guy Benson, who has been quite sick, is now getting better.

Mr. and Mrs. Schuman visited at A.C. Barr's Sunday.

Vernon Sanders, who has been sick, is better at present writing.

Mr. and Mrs. Spencer enjoyed a visit from his sister, Mrs. Peter Peterson of Greenwood on Sunday.

"Ye Scribe" received a letter last week from Mrs. Martin Anderson, who recently moved to Valler, Mont., she says they are all enjoying good health, and the weather is fine, the thermometer not getting down to zero yet this month, she says the prices of butter and eggs are 45 cents.:

 

 


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