News: Greenwood Gleaner (22 Mar 1906)
Contact: Arlene Peil
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner, Greenwood, Wisconsin, 22 Mar 1906
Hemlock, Wisconsin, Mar 20, 1906
Louisa Siebolt spent Sunday at home.
Sadie Anderson is working for Mrs. Sam Smith.
T. O. Withee returned from La Crosse Monday.
Charles Varney has been under the weather the past week.
Mr. Haglund went to Chicago last week to work in a tailor shop.
John Arnold of Longwood called on his brothers at Hemlock Sunday.
Mrs. Oxford and Mrs. Chas. Varney called on Mrs. Sam Smith Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Foust and Mr. and Mrs. Pratt visited at Daugherty's Sunday.
F. W. Anderson and Maggie Thompson visited Mrs. K. Anderson Sunday.
Mr. Derby has been drilling the well for the new creamery on Warner's corners.
Mrs. Van Alstine and Lola visited her sister, Mrs. Benjamin of the West Side Wednesday.
Mrs. Haglund went to Greenwood Monday to see her daughter, Mrs. Behrens who is still very sick.
A caucus will be held Saturday, March 24th at 2 p. m. in the town hall at Hemlock for the purpose of nominating candidates for the several town officers.
A crowd of young people gathered at Limprecht's Saturday evening to remind John Cramer that he was sweet sixteen. A bounteous repast was served at midnight - all report a pleasant time.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mr. Otto Wetzel was christened at the German church Sunday, after which a number of their German friends gathered at their home to help celebrate the event. The little lady bears the name . . . (Sorry, end of photocopy).
Green Grove. Mar. 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Klemn spent Friday at Colby.
Mrs. Henry Meyers visited at Pluttes on Sunday.
Clara Meyers is a visitor at the Martins residence.
Mrs. Ernest Laabs and Mrs. Paatz are on the sick list.
Francis Steinwand is a visitor at the Zassenhaus residence.
Mrs. Chas. Marquardt spent Sunday at Fred Marquardts.
Ed Lex of Colby passed through our burg Sunday with his better half.
Wm. Zassenhaus went on a business trip to Neillsville Saturday.
Ferdinand Lulloff came home from Medford to attend the Lipprandt wedding.
Lillian Meyers spent Sunday at Withee. We wonder what the attraction is?
A piece of battenberg work was found some time ago. The party can have same by calling at Henry Meyers.
Remember the J. F. C. Club will meet with Louisa Braun on Sunday, Mar. 25. We request all members to be present, as the officers are to elected that day.
A grand Easter ball will be given at Meyers hall on Monday eve., April 16. Music by the Fabor Orchestra of Dorchester. Come one and all and bring your sweethearts, wives, and daughters.
At the home of Emil Lipprandt, Miss Anna Froester and Herman Lipprandt were united in the holy bonds of wedlock on Saturday, Mar. 17, at 2 o'clock. The Mesdames Bertha Lulloff and Anna Paltes acted as bridesmaids, and Oscar Lipprandt and R. Froester as groomsmen. After the ceremony a reception was held at which 150 people were present. After which . . . (Sorry, photocopy ended here.)
Christie. Mar. 19.
Joe Chase is sawing wood for himself.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Armitage visited W. K. Armitage last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Armitage visited their nephew, Dan Timerson of York, last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hotelling intend to start tomorrow morning for Spokane, Washington. Earl Robinson will go as far as St. Paul with them.
The sociable next Thursday, March 22, for dinner will be at S. Morses instead of E. Brown's as Elmer Brown is intending to start for Dakota next Tuesday and Mrs. Brown was unable to have it.
Rubber Boots next week.
JURY LIST FOR THE APRIL TERM.
Abbotsford - Carl Walk. Beaver - Wm. S. Irvine. Eaton - Max Heaslett, John Hoffman. Fremont - August Dankemeyer. Grant - Emil Jahr, Chas. Shilka. Greenwood - G. H. Palms, Henry Johnson. Hewett - Frank Weisner. Hixon - Louis Peterson. Hoard - A. B. Matthias. Levis - George Braman Longwood - Hans Sorensen. Lynn - Robert Teats. Mayville - Jacob Lapp. Mentor - Henry Johnson. Neillsville - Magnus Johnson, W. H. Gilman, Frank Hemp. Pine Valley - Anson Bissel. Reseburg - John Landrey, Thomas Bobbs. Sherman - T. E. Emling, C. D. French, Jacob Jacobsen. UNITY, WIS. - Henry Domer. Washburn - Gust Nelson. Warner - Peter Christopherson, Byron Meade. Weston - Wm. Dux, Fred Putthamer. Worden - Henry Schulze, John Dueysen. York - W. W. Warner, Walter Lawrence.
-- F. W. Draper, Clerk circuit court.
Get ready for Rubber Boots.
A DOUBLE WEDDING.
There was a double wedding at the M. E. parsonage yesterday, March 14th in which Miss Clara Lillian Horswill of Roaring Creek and Mr. George B. Slosser of Albion and also Miss Theresa E. Harmer and Mr. Dietrich Wyss both of Disco, were joined in holy bonds of matrimony.
At 11 o'clock the party entered the parlors and Rev. W. F. Emery spoke the words that made them respectively man and wife. The brides were most becomingly attired.
Both couples took the 1:09 p. m. train for Madison. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Slosser will reside on the H. A. Bright farm in Clark county, and Mr. and Mrs. Wyss will go to keeping house at Disco. Both the grooms are enterprising young men and successful farmers, and the brides are both estimable and highly respected young ladies. All parties to the happy event are of highly respected and well known families, and all but Mr. Wyss are lifelong residents of the county. - Black River Falls Banner.
NOTICE TO BUYERS OF NURSERY STOCK.
To Whom It May Concern: The Wisconsin State Horticultural Society has given no guarantee to any nursery or orchard company of any nature whatsoever.
Any contracts obtained by means of such representations are void and may be revoked.
Any money paid on such contracts is recoverable by law.
The agent of any nursery or orchard company who obtains contracts by such fraudulent representation commits a criminal offense and may be punished by due process of law.
The necessity for these statements arises from the fact that a certain nursery or orchard company, operating from outside the state, selling fruit trees in acre lots on contract, claims to hold a guarantee from this society to reimburse the company for losses, etc.
This society gives no guarantee of any nature whatsoever to any orchard or nursery company or firm, never has done so, nor ever will do so.
-- Frederick Cranefield, Secretary.
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