News: Greenwood (31 Mar 1938)

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Surnames: Haeuser, Rear, Stabnow, Varney, Schwarze, Merkel, Hartson, Andrews, Geisler, Christie, Tompkins, Vinger, Albright, Huntzicker, Bradley, Drake, Shober, LaBonte, Sharp, Clintsman, Heilman, Michels, Hanson, Clute, Datz, Rheingens, Payne, Arends, Liebzeit, Keller, Taylor, Gautcher, Pfunder, Armstrong, Pratt, Tyrrell, Sumner, Kohlnhofer, Enockson, Dauffenbach, Hare, Blum, Hawley, Afkend, Schellinger, Decker, Arbs, Schlottke, Behrens, Butcher, Brown, Ibergen, Toburen, Rear, Dueysen

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (31 Mar 1938)

Mrs. Geo. Haeuser spent the weekend with relatives at Medford.

The Rook Club had a party at the Oscar Rear home Thursday evening.

Miss Irene Varney, Ft. Atkinson, spent the weekend with her father, Chas. Varney.

Carl Stabnow was a Loyal visitor on Saturday.

Mrs. Durward Schwarze and Mr. Adolph Schwarze and Elaine were at Wausau Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Merkel of Marshfield spent Saturday and Sunday at the Merrill Hare home.

Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Hartson of Neillsville spent Saturday here with relatives and friends.

Mrs. J.S. Andrews will entertain the members of the Pinochle Club at her home this evening.

For Sale -- the house owned by Mrs. Annie Geisler in the City of Greenwood. Inquire at the Gleaner office.

Eugene Christie returned home from St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield on Saturday.

The Earl Tompkins 80-acre farm southeast of Greenwood was sold to Mark Ibergen of Antigo. The deal was made by Vinger and Afkend. Mr. Ibergen will take possession in April.

Palmer Vinger attended a meeting of the Wis. Association of Insurance men at Eau Claire on Wednesday. There were about 100 present.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Albright and daughter Sue of Berlin spent from Friday to Monday at the Fred Huntzicker home.

Mrs. John Bradley and daughter Ruth, and Mary of Omro, spent the weekend at the Frank Drake home. Mrs. Bradley is a sister to Mr. Drake.

Mrs. J. Shober and daughter Kathryn left Saturday for Milwaukee where they will visit relatives and friends.

Miss Nellie Sharp spent Sunday at the Fred Clintsman home.

Frank LaBonte was a Stanley visitor Monday.

Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Heilman attended a one day Minister's conference at Romeo on Tuesday.

Mrs. Anna Michels of Marshfield is visiting at the home of her son Ed and family.

Mrs. Albert Schwarze entertained the members of the Merry-go-round Club at her home last evening.

The M.E. Ladies Aid will have a Fancy Work and Bake Sale at Baird's Store Saturday, April 9th.

Harold Hartson returned from Milwaukee Monday, where he had been a patient at a hospital there.

Mrs. W.J.B. Datz of Chicago is visiting her mother, Mrs. C.H. Clute.

Mrs. Gus Rheingins and father, Wm. Payne of Chippewa Falls, visited Friday at the John Arends home.

Clarence Liebzeit and Erwin Toburen spent from Saturday until Tuesday at Chicago visiting relatives.

Mrs. W. Keller of Neillsville spent the first of the week at the Palmer Vinger home.

Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor of Two Rivers, and Mrs. Ed Gautcher of Unity were here to attended the funeral of Mrs. F. Pfunder.

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Armstrong and friends of Park Falls spent Sunday at the A.S. and Donald Armstrong homes.

Mrs. H.M. Pratt spent from Wednesday until Sunday at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Tyrrell at Cornell.

Mrs. Bethel Schwarze entertained the members of her Bridge Club at a 6:30 dinner at her home Tuesday evening, followed by bridge.

George Sumner of Vesper called on friends here Tuesday.

Tony Shober and John Kohlnhofer spent the weekend at Milwaukee.

Mrs. Lynn Enockson entertained the members of the Easy Aces Bridge Club at her home Monday evening.

Miss Lena Dauffenbach and Bill Enockson spent the past week at Augusta.

Corrine Hare, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Hare, celebrated her 3rd birthday anniversary Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Blum of Marshfield spent Sunday at the Merrill Hare home.

Donald Drake of Omro spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake.

Mrs. John Hawley and granddaughter Lois Mae spent the weekend at the Cy Neverman home at Mosinee.

Palmer Vinger and Martin Afkend sold the Ed Schellinger 35 acre farm west of Greenwood to Ted Decker, who will take possession at once.

Junior Arbs and Edw. Schlottke returned to their duties at Camp Sawyer Sunday, after spending the past week here at the Louis Arbs home.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Michels were at Eau Claire Saturday to see their sister-in-law, Mrs. Nick Michels, who is seriously ill at the hospital there.

The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, April 5 at the Legion hall with Mmes. Louis Brown, Fred Behrens and Lucian Butcher as hostesses.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rear and sons spent from Saturday until Monday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dueysen at Laona.

 

 


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