News: Twenty-Six Road (23 Nov. 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn


Surnames: Fricke, Woodward, Garvin, Brooks, Hendren, Blecha, Jenks, White, Dunn, Jenkins, Mack, Fahey, Graves 

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 11/23/1900 

County News


Twenty-Six Road 


Bertha Fricke and Etta Woodward were visiting friends here Sunday and Monday.


Mr. Garvin and his brother each got a deer Saturday.


Mr. Brooks' sale, which was to have been held Saturday, was postponed.


Rev.  W. T. Hendren will hold services in the Chapel next Sunday.


Mrs. Blecha is still very ill.


Jenks Bros. expect to have their creamery ready for use this week.


Mrs. White of Loyal, was visiting her sister, Mrs. Dunn, Saturday.


Little Johnnie Mack is recovering from his sickness.


Willie Fahey is on the sick list.


Mr. Graves is the guest of the Jenkins family this week. He is from the southern part of the state, and is in search of land.


The stove pipe fell down at the school house one day last week, and as a result the children enjoyed a holiday. 



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