News: Greenwood (28 Apr 1938)

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Surnames: Harding, Maher, Michels, Koenig, Sahlie, Aaberg, Stabnow, Dill, Neuenfeldt, Amundson, Carl, Corey, Dahl, Geisler, Buker, Prock, Quast, Bishop, Baird, Armstrong, Haeuser, Zaffke, Verhulst, Boeckman, Barnes, Lindner, Neff, Paul, Vinger, Lyon, Schwarze, Flatz, Rork, Cotton, McMiller, Smith, Felton, Friske, Johnson, Steiger, Cox, Wehrman, McMahon, Burch, Hauser, Hales, Haeuser, Cornich, Carter, Stowe, Syth, Murphy, Mcknick, McNutt, Hubble, Orht, Anding, Gebhart, Guell, Kopps, Wahling, Huntzicker, Scheel, Pickruhn

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (28 Apr 1938)

Mrs. Mike Harding and Mrs. A. Maher of Boyd were Sunday guests of Mrs. Wahling.

Mrs. Ed Michels was a visitor at the Leo Koenig home at Marshfield last Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sahlie of Wheeler, Wis. Spent the weekend at the Rev. M.K. Aaberg home.

Dale Stabnow, Henry Dill and Albert Neuenfeldt were Marshfield visitors Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. O.J. Amundson entertained the members of the Merry-go-round Club at her home last evening.

The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion Hall Tuesday evening, May 3, with Mrs. Irvin Carl, Mrs. Howard Corey and Mrs. Albert Dahl as hostesses.

The West Side Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday, May 4 at the Ed Geisler home. Mrs. Fred Buker will help serve.

Mr. and Mrs. Linus Prock and Mr. aand Mrs. Hugo Quast and daughter were Sunday guests at the Joe Quast home.

Mabel Bishop returned Monday evening from a month's visit, which included Rhinelander, the Twin Cities and Hillsboro.

Dr. and Mrs. M.E. Aaberg, who have been visiting at the Rev. Aaberg home, returned to their home at Peoria, Ill. on Sunday.

H.R. Baird and Don Armstrong attended a Masonic convention at Milwaukee from Thursday until Saturday evening.

Mrs. Geo. Haeuser entertained the members of the Bridge Club at a 6:30 dinner at her home last Thursday evening, followed by bridge.

The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will meet at Huntzickers on Thursday afternoon. The Misses Myrtle Zaffke and Ruth Verhulst will attend. Everyone is cordially invited.

Mrs. F.A. Boeckman and daughter Kathryn of Marshfield were visitors at the R.L. Barnes home Sunday.

Mrs. R.L. Barnes will entertain the members of the Suffraget Club at her home this evening.

Andrew Lindner, Geo. Pabich and Archie Lyon attended a Skat Tournament at Athens Sunday.

Misses Alice and Dorothy Plank and Charles Neuenfeldt were Marshfield callers Saturday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buker spent Sunday at the Chas. Neff home at Neillsville.

Mr. and Mrs. E.N. Paul of Dodgeville are moving onto their farm west of Greenwood.

Miss Vivian Vinger, who spent her vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Vinger, returned to Madison Sunday.

The Night Owls met with Mrs. A.D. Lyon on Monday evening. Mrs. Durward Schwarze won first prize and Mrs. Harvey Flatz the door prize.

Myrtle Zaffke will give an illustrated lecture on her work in Africa at the Methodist Church Sunday evening. An offering for her work will be taken.

Mrs. Don Armstrong and son Jack spent from Thursday until Sunday at the home of her parents at Hudson.

G.V. Rork of Eau Claire has been elected president of the Northern States Power Co. Rork is a former Greenwood resident and is well-known here. Four new directors were also elected; they are E.H. Cotton and J.S. McMiller of Eau Claire, Albert Smith of Chippewa Falls and J.G. Felton of La Crosse.

Norman Friske, who attend the University, returned to his duties at Madison.

Mrs. Mary Johnson is visiting at the home of her son Leonard and family.

Elmer Steiger, who spent his Easter vacation here, returned to Madison on Thursday.

Mrs. Lawrence Cox and Mrs. Simon Wehrman were Marshfield callers Saturday.

John McMahon of Eau Claire visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McMahon, here.

Mrs. E.T. Burch left yesterday for a visit at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Hauser and family, at St. Paul.

Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Hales and daughters spent Sunday at the Geo. Haeuser home. Nanjean remained for a week's visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cornich and daughter Hazel of Milwaukee arrived Friday for a few days visit at the home of Mrs. N.J. Carter.

Mrs. Earl Stowe and daughter, Mrs. Gerhart Scheel of Loyal, visited at the home of Mrs. Charles Pickruhn on Wednesday of last week.

Mrs. Thomas Syth, Sidney, Mont., Mrs. Frank Murphy, Christie and Mrs. Christina Macknick and son Lloyd attended the funeral of a relative at Fairchild Friday.

Dr. Charles McNutt returned to his home at Plymouth last Wednesday, after visiting relatives and friends here. He was accompanied by Mrs. Hubble, who will visit at Plymouth.

Weekend guests of the Wm. Orht home were Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Anding and daughter, Miss Esther, Mrs. Minnie C. Gebhart, Miss Lorraine Guell, and Messrs. Arthur and Alfred Anding, all of Arena, and Miss Beryl Kopps of Dodgeville.

 

 


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