News: Greenwood (17 Jul 1913)
Surnames: Arends, Varney, Rossman, Smith, Scharmann, Gullord, Hewett, Clark, Berg, Baker, Kleinschmidt, Stanton, Bowen, Johnson, Stevens, Bennethum, Fossum, Oelig, Ferneau, Sillick, Kennedy, Miller, Boyce, Mohr, Schoengarth
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (17 Jul 1913)
Mr. and Mrs. John Arends returned Saturday morning from Camp Douglas, where they had been spending a few days attending the soldier's encampment.
Chas. Varney returned Wednesday night from Beloit. Mrs. Varney and baby remained for a longer visit.
Miss Mabel Rossman returned last Saturday from Lemmon, S.D., where she had been spending several weeks.
The German Ladies' Society will meet with Mrs. Herman Smith on Friday, July 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mohr and Miss Alice Scharmann of Marshfield autoed over and spent Wednesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Gullord.
Sheriff Harry Hewett, Judge Schoengarth and Attorney Homer C. Clark of Neillsville were in the city last Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. William Berg of Colby visited with Dr. Baker and family last Sunday.
Mrs. L.C. Kleinschmidt went to Chicago on Saturday to attend the wedding of his daughter Dorothy.
John Stanton is erecting a barn 30 x 100 feet on his farm near the river.
Mr. Bowen was a Colby visitor last week Thursday.
Bonnie Johnson went to Minneapolis Tuesday to consult with the doctors there in regard to the injuries which he received several months ago.
Mrs. P.M. Stevens and daughter Mrs. Bennethum went to Chippewa Falls Wednesday morning to visit Mrs. Stevens brother, Mr. Ole Fossum.
Mr. Wm. Oelig Sr. left for Granton Saturday morning to visit for a few days. From there he will go to Sevens Point to visit his daughter, Mrs. Ralph Ferneau.
Dr. Sillick received a telegram last Friday morning stating that his mother was dead at her home in Teeswater, Canada. He had received a letter from her on Wednesday evening stating that she was coming to visit him in August, and the news came as quite a shock to him.
A deal was made on day last week by which Irwin Miller became the possessor of the Guy Boyce farm. He expects to take possession soon.
Dr. W.R. Kennedy, eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, will be at the office of Dr. Frank Kennedy, July 22 and 23.
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