News: Butler’s Corners (8 June 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn

Surnames: Larson, Poquette, Shoemaker, Powell, Butler, Brown

Greenwood Gleaner‏ (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 8 June 1900

Butler's Corners

Miss Larson held a picnic decoration day in the school yard of district No. 2, town of Mead. Talk about sweet cakes, but she was the sweetest one there.

Joe Poquette was making the corners' ring with his violin Friday night.

Arthur Shoemaker is talking about going to Augusta to work next week.

Ed. Powell has recently erected a basswood bark summer kitchen.

George Butler passed by the corners' Friday on his way to Thorp.

Fas. Brown and Wm. Butler began a job of turnpiking Monday.



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