News: Greenwood - Coxie (05 Jan 1933)
Surnames: Jolivette, Laabs, Kelty, Haupt, Arp, Walter, Franks, Kosik, Suda, Bombach, Hafenbraedl, Bushman, Stabnow, Lindgrun, Stowe, Thwing, Acker, Perkins, Smith, Denk, Friske
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 05 Jan 1933
Mrs. I. Jolivette and daughter Stella and Mrs. Bill Laabs and son Lawrence were visitors at the Harris Jolivette home tue
Harry Kelty of Unity spent one day this week with his brother john at the Emil Haupt home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kelty and Chas. Arp were visitors at Joe Walter's Thursday evening.
Harold Franks of near Owen was a caller in this vicinity Thursday.
Violet and Lilly Kosik of Beaver Center spent Thursday with their cousin Elizabeth Kosik in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Suda Sr. and son Joe, Matt Bombach and Mr. and Mrs. R. Walter were Friday evening visitors at the George Kosik home.
Mrs. Geo. Kosik accompanied her two daughters and son on their return to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Saturday, after spending a week here at their home.
Mrs. I. Jolivette and Mrs. H. Jolivette and daughters Dorothy and Geraldine and Leora Arp visited with Mrs. B. Laabs Thursday.
Mike Hafenbraedl and Gerald Denk were busy this week hauling wood for John Bushman and Mr. Friske from the Joe Walter farm, where they have been cutting.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Stabnow and Mr. and Mrs. Vaner Lindgrun were New Year's Day guests at the Richard Walter home.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arp and daughter of near Withee spent New Year's Day, guests of the I. Jolivette home.
Mrs. Otis Stowe returned home Saturday evening after spending a week and a half at the Myron Thwing home near Stanley.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Acker were Sunday evening visitors at Paul Acker's.
A few young folks of this vicinity gathered at the creek east of the factory Sunday night and spent the time skating and coasting. Before departing they gathered around a bonfire and enjoyed eating popcorn.
Paul Acker is sick with the flu. George Acker is doing chores while he is sick.
Mrs. Jim Perkins of Washington arrived here and will spend some time with her father, Peter Smith, who is sick.
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