News: Greenwood (04 Apr 1912)
Surnames: Bastow, Hayward, Armstrong, Rossman, Huntzicker, Bowen, Palms, Burch, Ketchpaw, Howard, Cornelius, Dudley, Ziegler, Rossman, Steiger,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 04 Apr 1912
Rev. Bastow will conduct services in the M.E. Church on the evening of Good Friday at 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited.
On Easter Sunday at 7:30 p.m. the children will give a program in the M.E. Church. Rev. Bastow will also take part in the exercises. Everybody is cordially invited.
Rev. F.A. Hayward of Milwaukee will be in the city Wednesday, April 17 and conduct a Sunday school institute in the Baptist Church. All Sunday school workers are invited to attend and participate in the Institute.
A.B. Armstrong has made arrangements to act as agent for Gibbons Bros. of Peoria, Ill., and will buy your hay at the highest market price. See him and get prices before disposing of you hay.
E.J. Rossman and John Huntzicker were up from Neillsville Tuesday to vote for Bob.
Miss Rose Bowen is home from her school in Superior, Wis.
E. Bowen and Ben Andrews left Monday for Chicago.
Wm. Palms of Tioga was in the city Monday.
Edna Burch returned to Waukesha Tuesday.
Jim Ketchpaw is home from Chicago, having completed his first year's course in the Chicago College of Veterinary.
W.R. Howard has been confined to his home the past two weeks with the grippe.
Chas. Cornelius and A.E. Dudley of Neillsville were here yesterday to attend the meeting of the directors of the new bank.
It is evident that someone is "light fingered" or easily gets his good mixed up with other people's. A good armful was carried off at Rossman and Steiger Co.'s store Tuesday.
On account of the election rush we have omitted some of our correspondents' items, but will publish them next week.
Money to loan on farm property -- three and five years, six percent. - C.H. Clute.
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