News: Loyal - Greenwood, Wis. (29 June 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn 


Surnames: Draper, Faley, Ferneau, Borseth, Kelley, Volk, Peterson, Carter, Randall, Franklin, Clute, Hartson, Carpenter, Meyer, Huntzicker, Beyer, Hewett, Austin, Pierce, Syth, Franckenberg, Goodwin, Ditton, Kristiansen, Anderson, Stevens, Hogue, Peabody, Varney, Smith, Richlen, Shields, Edmunds 

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 29 June 1900 



Camps of modern woodmen met together


The Loyal Camp entertained the Greenwood Woodmen Saturday Evening.


The Modern Woodmen camp of Greenwood, joined the Loyal camp Saturday night, and assisted in the initiation of Fred Draper, census taker and candidate for clerk of the circuit court. The Forester Team did the work for this lodge.


After the business was finished they went in a body to the Opera House where the Woodmen, of Loyal, had under the chiefship of Ed Faley, prepared a very fine supper for their visitors. A gentleman from Howard, South Dakota, who is traveling through this country giving entertainments under the auspices of social organizations, happened to be there and gave a few musical selections which added to the Woodmen's enjoyable meeting.


Following are the names of those who attended:


Ralph Ferneau, I. E. Borseth. S. R. Kelley, Jacob Volk, P. E. Peterson, F. M. Carter, C. H Clute, H. H Hartson, Geo. Carpenter, Aug. Meyer, Jno. Huntzicker, Fred Meyer, August Beyer, Willie Huntzicker, Harry Hewett, M. Austin, F. O. Pierce, Babb Syth, H. Franckenberg, L. J. Randall, John Franklin, Wm Goodwin, Willie Franklin, Frank Ditton, A. Kristiansen, Morris Anderson, P. M. Stevens. Harry Hogue, C. M. Peabody, Chas. Varney, Sam Smith, Chas. Richlen, Hiram Shields, Cal. Edmunds. 



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