News: Greenwood (02 Jun 1910)
Surnames: Foster, Shanks, Cadman, Polley, Leach, Bailey, Anderson, Meek, Christianson, Bea, Brick, Wollenberg, Parkhill, Wellen, Freeman, Weast, Hartson, Wallis, Ellis, Babb
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 02 Jun 1910)
Wm. Foster of Fairchild was in our city Monday.
Forrest Shanks returned to Fond du Lac Tuesday.
Mrs. W.A. Cadman of Fairchild was here between trains Monday.
The Greenwood kids defeated the Shanktown kids in a score of 6 to 4.
Miss Edna Polley of Loyal visited at the home of Tom Leach Sunday.
Abe Bailey of Black River falls was in the city Wednesday purchasing horses.
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet with rs. O. Anderson Friday afternoon, June 3.
Mrs. Sarah Meek of Withee was also here to attend the exercises Decoration day.
The German Ladies' Society will meet with Mrs. John Christianson on Friday, June 10.
Bills are out announcing a dance in the M.W.A. Hall tonight. King's Orchestra will furnish the music.
Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Wollenberg entertained Oakley Parkhill and mother of Thorp at their home on Monday.
Mrs. L.M. Wellen, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Freeman, arrived here Tuesday morning from Whitehall, Wis.
Reserve you seats early at the Drug Store for the Honeymooners, who play at the hall Saturday evening, June 4th.
Miss Pearl Weast returned home Monday from Minneapolis, where she has been employed during the past winter.
Henry Wallis, who is attending school at Evansville, Wis., came Friday for an over Sunday stay among his young friends.
Roy and Ethel Ellis of North Freedom, returned to their home at that palce after a two week visit with their cousin, Harry Babb.
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