The Village of Riplinger
Clark County, Wisconsin
Riplinger Post Office, just before it was burned down by the Fire Department.
Ruplinger Switch Local News
*County Historian, Lorraine Markee tells us the name "Ruplinger" was the forerunner to what is today known as "Riplinger".
W. Hauser is putting a cellar under his house.
John Marsfelder's fine new home is nearing completion.
Knut Moen loaded a car of hay at the Northwestern Switch.
Donat Kille was called to Dodge County by the death of his uncle.
Tolef Johnson is painting his house both the old and the new parts.
Superintendent Morris was visiting schools around here recently.
W. E. Hargrave sold a fine pure Bred Guernsey bull calf to F. O. Ray.
Ewald Bensch came near having a serious fiired last week when one of the children set fire and burned the straw pile to the ground. Had it not been for the timely aid of neighbors his building and Hargrave's across the road would have been lost.
Source: Marshfield Times Oct. 21, 1908, transcribed by Ken Wood.
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