News: Gemmeke Settlement (20 Jan 1910)


Surnames: Duell, Schwarze, Bostwick, Gemmeke, Sanford, Williams, Dimler, Meinholdt, Waseca, Zell, Davey, Hogue

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (20 Jan 1910)

(Too late for last week)

Mr. and Mrs. Asa Duell drove over to Willard Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Schwarze and baby and miss Ella visited Sunday evening at Bostwick's and were entertained by the phonograph.

Frank Duell, who is working at Willard, drive home Saturday evening.

Miss Velma Bostwick spent Sunday at home.

Alfred Gemmeke returned home last week from camp. Alfred says he got enough of camp life, and thinks there is no place like home.

(This week)

Mr. and Mrs. John Sanford and Miss Margaret Williams visited at Lou Dimler's Sunday.

Mr. Gemmeke Sr. and Mr. Meinholdt were down at Neillsville Friday and Saturday to attend the school convention.

Mrs. Bostwick attended the Royal Neighbor lodge and party in honor of Mrs. Wm. Hogue. The Neighbors presented her with a silver tray. Refreshments were served to which all did ample justice and everybody went home declaring they had a fine time.

Katie Waseca and Miss Zell were seen on our streets Sunday.

We should judge by the looks of the loads that goe to Willard from Greenwood that Greenwood was their trading point.

Mr. and Mrs. Bostwick and family visited at Dimler's Sunday.

The Roya Neighbor ladies will give a dance Feb. 22 in the M.W.A. Hall, to which all are cordially invited. A good time is assured.

Lou Dimler attended the school convention Saturday.

Little Elsie Dimler is getting weaker every day. There seems to be no help for her case.

Mr. Davey made a business trip to Neillsville Saturday.

Mrs. Bostwick was an overnight visitor at Mrs. Asa Duell's Wednesday.



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