Courier (11 May 1888)
Contact: Lori Lauen
----Sources: Thorp Courier (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.)
Too much rain.
Farm work is at a stand still.
A brother of Jos. Plecity, with his family, arrived from Bohemia last week.
The dance to have been given by Wm. Kurtz on the 12th inst., has been postponed.
Isn't it about time to begin operations on the Methodist Church building and finish the same?
Albert Craig and Frank Miles will give a dance at Sargent's hall to-morrow (Saturday) eveing. Tickets 50 cts.
Peter, a thirteen year old son of Ole Moon, suffered the loss of his left eye on Tuesday while playing with a cross-gun.
Miss Minnie Kurtz, of Milwaukee, has accepted a position as book-keeper with Garrison Bros., and commenced operations yesterday.
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