News: Greenwood Gleaner #2 (15 Feb 1906)

Contact: Arlene Peil
Email: rpeil@charter.net

----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner, Greenwood, Wis., 15 Feb 1906
 

Home Gleanings

 The Royal Neighbors Give their dance Tomorrow night in Woodmen hall.

Shall we send you the Gleaner?

Advertise your wants - cent a word.

Have your face taken at the Krause studio.

Dr. J. C. Baker went to Ladysmith Monday to look after some lots he owns there.

The Thursday club will meet with Mrs. A. M. White Thursday afternoon, Feb. 15.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Anderson and Philo Mead spent Sunday with Longwood relatives.

Foster Lumber Co., lands for sale by C. H. Clute.

The Ladies Aid society will meet at the home of Mrs. Wm. Hogue Friday afternoon, Feb. 16.

Mrs. Matilda Hogue received a visit Saturday and Sunday from Mrs. Fred Benedict of Bright.

There will be a dance at Christie Thursday evening, Feb. 22, with music by Byer's orchestra. - Elmer Brown.

W. H. Palms returned home the first of the week from Washington to get the saw mill ready for the season's cut.

J. B. Stair and Chris Kippenhan were at La Crosse Monday where a meeting of Mr. Kippenhan's creditors was held.

Going to build? See Connor Retail Lumber Co., Marshfield.

Word received from Rev. A. S. Covert Saturday states that he is getting better from his recent illness and expects to fill his regular appointments here next Sunday.

Jos. Palmer, the Hemlock miller, and John Sanford returned Thursday morning from Augusta where they had been before the pension examining board relative to obtaining an increase in pension.

 

 


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