News: Ruplinger, Wis. (19 Aug 1908)
----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Wednesday, August 19, 1908 | Page 12
Ruplinger, Wisconsin, Local News
Mr. George Snyder left for Oakfield last week to visit his parents.
Miss Gertrude Christopherson was a guest of Miss Susie Olson this week.
B. Baensch, the popular Marshfield cobbler made his family a visit Sunday.
Miss Margarette Curtin was a gnest of Miss Alma and Laura Anderson this week. Mrs, Robert Duthie and Mr. W. H. Snyder have a brother from Oakfield visiting them.
Mr. F. E. Sullivan is visiting his 'mother in Minnesota, whom he has .not seen for fifteen years.
The Misses Lena and Caroline .Vishti of Chicago are spending a couple of weeks with their parents.
Mr. Ole Wangstad left for Cambridge after a visit with his cousins Mr. and Mrs. Jule Christopherson.
Mr. Ole and Eddie Christopherson left for Cambridge last week to attend the Home Coming there.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hargrave en joyed a short visit from Prof, and Mrs. A. W Hargrave of Cokato, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Snyder left for Fond du lac last week after a visit with their relatives, William H. Snyder and family.
Mr. Henry Earl who had his leg injured by a horse, has dismissed his substitute at the Mill Creek creamery and will undertake to do his work again.
Last Week's Items.
F. F. Sullivan was in Marshfield Monday.
W. H. Snyder had the misfortune to loose one of his horses.
W. E. Hargrave hauled sand and stone for a silo foundation.
There were Norse church ser vices in the Advent church Sunday.
Tolef Johnson has a crew of carpenters building an addition to his house.
Robert Duthie has been having a serious time with a sore hand He cut it on some barb wire.
The Norwegian Lutheran Ladies Aid Society of Richfield, met at the Christopherson home this week.
Mr. D. D. Bathrick, with his brother-in-law from Aurora, Ill. is here for a vacation, and to attend to some improvements on his farms. He has several crews brushing, stumping and breaking.
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