News: Greenwood Gleaner, June 26, 1919
Contact: Helen Vater Blaha

----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner, Greenwood, Wis., June 26, 1919

ANOTHER NEW ENTERPRISE FOR GREENWOOD--The farmers of Greenwood and vicinity have purchased the old saw mill building, near the Soo tracks, and will convert the same into a cheese factory. The new concern has organized under the name of The Greenwood Co-Operative Dairy Association. They are now busy remodeling the old building and will soon have it in first-class shape for an up-to-date factory. The machinery has all been ordered and it is expected that the new enterprise will be ready for business by August 10th. Some of the best known farmers of this city and vicinity have been elected officers and as a board of directors, and with their efforts it is without question but that this will be one of the largest factories of it's kind in this part of the state.



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