News: Greenwood (30 Jan 1913)


Surnames: Barlow, Norris, Hartson, Langley, Wallace, Carlton, Barr, Scribner, Baker, Witt, Begley, Palms, Baird, Johnson, Wellen, Vine, Meek, Taylor, Baker, Christiansen, Sanders, Hendren, Osgood, Lightfoot, Anderson, Fravert, Wollenberg, Armstrong, Perkins

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 Jan 1913

The Kings Daughters will meet with Mrs. G.S. Barlow, Feb 5th.

Louis Norris of Chilton was a guest last week of relatives here.

Mrs. G.S. Barlow returned Saturday from her visit to Bellevue, Mich.

Miss Velma Langley is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Dean Wallace.

Mrs. Chas. Carlton of Neillsville is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A.C. Barr.

Mrs. Susan Scribner of Grand Rapids is a guest of her nephew, Dr. K.W. Baker.

John Witt and family of Marshfield were over Sunday guests at the Gullard home.

Tom Begley of Rib Lake was in the city Saturday. In company with his daughter Miss Marian, they went to Tioga to visit with G.H. Palms and family over Sunday. Mr. Begley was here just long enough to greet a few of his old friends.

Mrs. O.H. Baird went to Chicago Saturday to visit her son Ross, who has been an inmate of the Presbyterian Hospital since Jan. 1st, 1912, with the exception of the time he spent with the home folks in Greenwood last May.

Ole M. Johnson and family and Elmer Johnson and wife, who recently came here from Gilman, are quarantined at the Johnson home. Several cases of smallpox are prevailing at Gilman, including the home of Mrs. Elmer Johnson, whose father is seriously ill.

Louis Wellen, last week, purchased the Tom Vine forty northwest of town. With the exception of three acres on which the buildings stand, which was purchased by Simon Johnson. This makes both Mrs. Wellen and Mrs. Johnson valuable additions to their farms. Mr. Johnson will move into the Vine building in the spring.

F.M. Taylor of Black River Falls was in the city on business a few days last week.

C.O. Baker came down from Hawkins last week and is visiting his son, K.W. Baker.

The German Ladies Society will meet with Mrs. John Christiansen, Friday, Feb. 7th.

Ernest Sanders and Harry Palms went to Chicago Friday with a carload of potatoes.

The Thursday Club will meet with Mrs. W.T. Hendren next Thursday afternoon, Feb. 6.

Mrs. Jos. Osgood of Red Wing, Minn. is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. Lightfoot.

Morris Anderson came up from Fond du Lac Tuesday and will remain the blance of the week.

Automobiles and motorcycles are familiar sights on our streets about every day so far this winter.

The German Ladies' Society of the West Side will meet with Mrs. Henry Fravert, Wednesday, Feb. 5th.

The Ladies' Aid Society will meet with Mrs. E.F. Wollenberg Jan. 31st and at the M.E. Parsonage Feb. 7th.

A.S. Armstrong has purchased a new automobile, Reo the fifth and expects to receive it sometime next month. Good for Al.



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