News: Greenwood Gleaner (29 Mar 1906)
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----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner,
Greenwood, Wisconsin, 29 Mar 1906
York Township, Mar. 26, 1906
S. A. Adams is visiting in Sheboygan county.
M. W. Lawrence is home from camp at Park Falls.
Carl Retta lost a fine cow last Tuesday morning.
Julius Viogt put up a supply of ice the past week.
Ed Davis went to Loyal Friday to work in the barber shop.
Mrs. George Smith is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Youngs.
Mildred Thorson closed school in district No. 3 last Friday for a two weeks vacation.
Cora Welsh and Meda Garvin of Loyal visited with relatives in York the past week.
Mrs. Maxon, who recently bought the C. H. Benedict farm, has rented it to Lee Smith.
B. E. Dean left Thursday for Clinton, where he will begin work for his uncle about April 1.
Byrl Winn had the good fortune to capture an old fox the other day with nine young ones.
Mrs. Belle McKenzie closed school in district No. 2 last Friday with an entertainment in the afternoon.
A small party was given Wednesday evening in honor of Bert Dean at the home of Mrs. E. M. Lawrence.
Walt Sutherland had an auction sale last Friday. We haven't learned what his intentions are for the future.
Mrs. Butler of Beaver Dam, who has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Anna Tucker, returned to her home Monday.
Wm. Lawrence went to Granton Monday to have his eyes treated. He had the misfortune to get some saw filings in them.
A number of York farmers were busy the past week scattering telephone poles for the farmers telephone line which will be erected this spring.
Maude Alger closed school in district No. 1, last Friday. She leaves tomorrow for her home at Oshkosh. Ollie Youngs will accompany her.
Mrs. August Breed's house on the town line of York and Grant, was totally destroyed by fire last Wednesday. Nearly all the goods were saved, but it was quite a loss to Mrs. Breed as there was no insurance on the house or the contents. The fire is supposed to have started from sparks from the chimney.
In the spring time you renovate your house. Why not your body? Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea drives out impurities, cleanses and enriches the blood and purifies the entire system. 35 cents. City Drug Store.
"OUR OLD NEIGHBORS"
It would seem from the following item taken from the Park Falls Herald that the Roddis Lumber and Veneer Co. still own some big pine timber. The item reads: Large loads of green pine logs in northern Wisconsin are almost a thing of the past but Harry Bryden the long, lean foreman for the Roddis Lumber & Veneer Co. at camp 2 succeeded in landing a couple of the beauties last week. Bryden had been acting rather strange for some time and appeared as if something was tickling him, but the mystery was solved last Wednesday when "Old Gumbo" and his mate came on the landing with 20 pine logs that scaled 8230 feet and in order to prove that it was not much of a feat followed it with another load of 31 logs that scaled 6310 feet. These loads were hauled two and one-half miles with a single team of horses a logging sled, and his mate. - Marshfield News.
Thomas R. Begley arrived from Milwaukee, Wednesday, to spend a few days with his family. - Rib Lake Herald.
Many of our readers will remember Gordon Scafe, brother of Rev. C. R. Scafe who was pastor of the Baptist church here a few years ago, but is now located in a flourishing pastorate at Fruita, Colorado. From letters recently received from Gordon, who is in Field, British Columbia, we learn that he is employed by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company in a good $1800 a year position with fair prospects of a raise. He says they have had some very cold weather there, as low as 50 and 65 degrees below zero, while 200 miles west of him flowers are in bloom and grass is green. Field is in the highest part of the Rocky Mountains, which no doubt accounts for the low temperature. Gordon says he expects to visit Greenwood before many months roll by. He extends best wishes to his Greenwood friends.
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