News: Greenwood (25 Sep 1912)
Surnames: Pratt, Stafford, Clute, Monk, Hunt, Brown, Baxter, Alba, Drummond, Williams, Bahn, Jorgensen, Fitzgibbons, Hartson, Rhea, Hunt, Brown
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 25 Sep 1912
Our local hunters report a great many partridges this year, more than usual. Several, who were out Sunday returned with the limit of 10 birds.
Frank Pratt and crew are now engaged in building walk for John Stafford and V.H. Clute, and crew of H.H. Hartson. Greenwood will soon be able to claim more cement walk than any other city of its size in the state.
Dr. R.W. Monk, nominee for State Senate on the Republican ticket, and A.O. Rhea, nominee for the Assembly, went to Madison Tuesday to assist in framing the Republican platform. Judge Salter, Democratic nominee for the Assembly, went to assist in form his party platform. (Republican and Press)
Parties pasturing horses on school yard night will please keep them off or action will be taken by the school board to prevent it. (Board of Education)
C.W. Baxter of Oshkosh was here the first of the week.
The Norwegian Ladies Good Hope Society will meet with Mrs. Sever Alba, Wednesday, Oct. 2nd.
Mrs. John Drummond and Miss Allie Williams returned Thursday from a visit with relatives at Necedah. Miss Williams also was a Milwaukee visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Bahn moved here this week from Longwood, into the J.A. Jorgensen residence, 606 South Vine Street.
At eight o'clock Wednesday evening, Sept. 18th, 1912, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzgibbon, occurred the marriage of their daughter, Anna C. to Mr. Fred M. Jackson. (Colby Phonograph)
Emil Drummond, who went into the employ of the Luether Grinder Co. at Milwaukee a year ago, is fast making his way to the front. He started out as bookkeeper, and is now second bookkeeper and assistant cashier. The company employs forty clerks.
Mrs. H.W. Hunt of Greenwood came Monday to spend the day with her daughter, Mrs. C.H. Brown, who returned from the sanitarium at Madison last Saturday. (Loyal Tribune)
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