News: Greenwood (06 Mar 1913)
Surnames: Marsh, Egery, Stabnow, Cook, Wollenberg, Oelig, Booth, Baker, Hoffman, Kees, Howard, Hoehne, Pierce, Hansen, Schwarze, Pratt, Dunn, Van Pohle, Lucas, Bishop
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 06 Mar 1913
The Gleaner force has been somewhat cripple the past week. Miss Mash is at her home in Sechlerville receiving medical treatment and our able assistant Mr. Egery is recovering from a week's siege of la grippe.
Mrs. Aug. F. Stabnow went to Manitowoc Tuesday.
Dan Cook entertained a few old friends, C. Wollenberg, Wm. Oelig and John Booth, at cards at his home on Wednesday.
Mrs. K.W. Baker entertained a number of ladies at cards Wednesday evening.
Leave your orders for seed at Dills, tf.
The John Hoffman farm was sold this week to John Kees through W.R. Howard.
Special discount on cutters at Hoehne's.
Frank Pierce and wife of Quinion, N.D. are here for a visit with friends. They came Monday.
Mrs. Olaf Hansen has purchased the Simon Schwarze property on Division Street, where she is moving her household effects and will make her home.
E.T. Pratt received the news Saturday of the death of a sister, Mrs. Asenath Dunn of Sandy Hill, N.Y., Which occurred Feb. 23th. She was eighty years of age.
Mrs. Mabel Van Pohle of Lincoln, Neb. arrived here Saturday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Hiley Pratt. She will be remembered by friends here as Miss Mabel Lucas.
Come and see the best silo door made, at C.C. Hoehne's.
The art exhibit at the schoolhouse has been postponed until Monday of next week on account of the failure of the pictures to arrive. All money made from the sale of tickets is to be used in purchasing pictures for the new schoolhouse.
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