News: Loyal (27 Feb 1913)


Surnames: Goethe, Kaarup, Loppnow, Michaelis, Horn, Litka,

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 27 Feb 1913

John Goethe last Saturday got his arm caught while delivering two gasoline engines at the shop of John Kaarup, between one of the fly wheels and the door. He is carrying his arm in a sling.

William Loppnow went to Marshfield to visit his brother John in the hospital. He reports that he received word from there that he is getting along fine, which will please his many friends.

Paul Michaelis of Marion, who has been visiting Florida for several months, visited with his son Paul A. Michaelis here. He left Tuesday and will visit at Harvard, Ill. before returning to his home.

H. Horn returned from Rochester, Minn. on Sunday. Mrs. Horn had the second operation performed on Friday and Mrs. Litka on Saturday for gall stones. They have since received a card stating that they are both doing nicely.

The investment by conservative citizens in business and residence property is a very good indication of the faith of the citizenship in the village. Their advance has been gradual but it was only in keeping with the general prosperity that has been prevalent in this village.



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