News: Greenwood (06 Jan 1910)
Surnames: Meng, Withee, Fradette, Barr, Varney, Peterson, Mink, Volk, Hinderman, Klinke, Rhea, Cochran, Rossman, Steiger, Gullord, Hoehne, Arends, Cummings, Garvin, Anderson, Stowe, Hartson, Vollrath, Schwarze, Bruengger, Pfunder, Hogue, Steffen, Van Voorhis
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 06 Jan 1910)
John Meng returned to Beach, N.D. on Monday.
T.O. Withee went to La Crosse on business Monday.
Mrs. G. Fradette spent a few days last week at Longwood with her sister, Mrs. S.A. Barr.
The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Alba Varney Friday afternoon, Jan. 7th.
Peter Peterson was up at Longwood last Tuesday to install a phone in the home of Gilbert Mink.
The St. Anne's Society of St. Mary's Church will meet with Mrs. Jacob Volk on Thursday, Jan. 13.
M.N. Hinderman, Photographer, of Loyal, will visit Greenwood the first and third Wednesday of each month.
Joe Klinke of West Bend came Thursday to spend some time visiting with his uncle, F.J. Klinke and family.
Miss Hattie Rhea of Thorp visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. E.J. Rossman from Thursday until Saturday.
Mrs. George Cochran and son of Bemidji, Minn. came Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossman Sr.
John Steiger has been suffering the past week with two or three attacks of appendicitis. It is hoped he will have a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Gullord and son Edward went to Marshfield Saturday, where they spent New Year's with her parents in that city.
C.C. Hoehne put in a new plate glass window in his hardware store yesterday afternoon in place of the one that was cracked some time ago.
J.W. Arends and Miss Gladys Cummings of Greenwood visited with Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Garvin in the town of Loyal on Christmas. (Loyal Tribune)
Malcolm Pfunder, who has been spending the holiday vacation with his parents and many friends, returned to Ripon College yesterday morning.
Miss Ethyl Hogue returned to Colby Wednesday morning to resume her duties in the school, after a two week vacation with her mother, Mrs. Matilda Hogue.
Alfred Steffen paid a visit to his home at Marinette, Wis. before the holidays. Robert is looking after the entire business during his brother's absence.
F.W. Anderson returned from his holiday vacation and is now at his old stand at the Big Store.
Jennie Stowe of West Beaver was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Van Voorhis the past week.
Wellen Hartson returned to his duties at Northwestern School of Telegraphy at Eau Claire on Monday.
Wm. Vollrath of the West Side went to Granton Thursday to attend a meeting of the Lynn Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Milo Anderson of Waukesha has been the guest of relatives here the past week. He returned home Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. H.R. Schwarze returned to Chicago Monday after a pleasant visit with relatives in this city.
In our obituary of Rev. Bruengger on the first page, we state that he returned to Greenwood in 1882. This is a typographical error and escaped our notice until after that side of the paper had been printed. He returned to Greenwood in 1892.
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