News: Greenwood (30 Jun 1938)
Surnames: Franz, Vinger, Haeuser, Hinker, Finkle, Kern, Goeke, Verhulst, Corbin, Keiner, Linneman, Speich, Cornsen, Schwarze, Kling, Strozewski, Wescott, Walter, Giswold, Wiltsey, Loos, Wilcox, Parkel, Trunkel, Moberg, Behrens, Armstrong, Schaller, Cox, Allard, Kocher, Kuehn, Abel, Stangret, Laabs, Reineking, Kalponen, Weintz, Weilhoefer, Volk, Bailey, Niedhart, Klicko,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (30 Jun 1938)
The Busy Bee Club will meet with Miss Meta Franz Thursday, June 30.
The Methodist Ladies Aid will meet at the church basement Friday, July 1, with a picnic lunch.
Mrs. Palmer Vinger and daughter are spending the week at their cottage on Lake Wissota.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Haeuser and children attended a family picnic at Viola Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Hinker and family and Mrs. Ed Hinker and son Cletus were Neillsville callers Friday.
Ethel Finkle of Madison College, Tenn. Arrived here Friday, June 17 for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Finkle.
Miss Hazel Kern of Chicago is spending the summer at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kern.
The West Side Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Wm. Goeke, Wednesday, July 6. Division five will entertain.
Mrs. Clarence Verhulst returned home from St. Joseph's Hospital, Chippewa Falls, last week, greatly improved in heath since her recent operation.
Mrs. Wm. Corbin and son Charles and daughter Marlene of Pittsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Christ Keiner and daughters Louise and Frieda visited relatives at Athens Sunday.
Mrs. Hilda Linneman and daughter Helen went to Chicago Saturday to attend the funeral of grandma Linneman, who passed away Thursday. The funeral was held Monday.
Palmer Vinger was a business caller at Park Falls Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Speich and daughter were Neillsville callers Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cornsen and son of Beloit spent the weekend at the Adolph Schwarze home.
Mrs. Wm. Kling and children of City Point and Mrs. Carl Strozewski and children of Hatfield were Wednesday visitors at the H.A. Wescott home.
Mrs. Ruth Wiltsey and daughter Gladys and Don Loos went to Madison Saturday where Gladys entered summer school.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wilcox and family of Basco were recent guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wilcox.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Parkel Jr. and daughter Mary Ann spent Sunday at Chippewa Falls and Elk Mound visiting relatives.
The Willard Junior team defeated the Silver Dome team last Sunday by a score of 15 to 0. Trunkel was on the mound for Willard and allowed only two hits.
Clarence Moberg autoed to Escanaba, Mich., Saturday. He returned home Sunday, accompanied by his brother John, who will remain here for a short visit.
The annual Children's Day program and picnic of the West Side Reformed Church will be held Monday, July 4th, on the church grounds. The program will be at 1:30 p.m.
O.C. Behrens returned home from the General Hospital at Madison on Saturday.
Mrs. Don Armstrong and son Jack are spending the week with relatives and friends at Hudson.
T.F. Schaller and H. Baird spent from Saturday until Tuesday on a fishing trip at Eagle River.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cox spent the past week visiting rleatives and friends at Madison and Milwaukee.
The R.N.A. Lodge will meet at Allard's Hall on Wednesday evening, July 6th, instead of on Monday evening, July 4th.
A large crowd attended the card party at Kocher Bros. hole on Tuesday evening of last week, and all present had a most enjoyable time.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kuehn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Abel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stangret spent Sunday at the Alfred Laabs home near Stanley.
Mrs. Otto Reineking and daughter Eldora spent from Tuesday until Friday in Milwaukee with her sister, Mrs. Hans Kalponen, who has been in the hospital for a toxic goiter operation. She is getting along nicely.
Mrs. Alma Weintz and daughter Lorene, Mrs. Millie Weintz and daughter, Mrs. Geo. Weilhoefer, and Mrs. Harold Maffert of Sheboygan, visited on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week at the C. Volk home with other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bailey and two children, Ray and Caroline, Mrs. Sarah Janis and Wm. Niedhart of Chicago, arrived here today for a visit at the Frank Klicko home. Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Janis are sisters of Mrs. Klicko
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