News: Greenwood (03 Apr 1913)


Surnames: Wellen, Anderson, White, Williams, Horn, Wuethrich, Kelly, Volk, Brenon, Hogue, Stiles, Hartson, Jardine, Van Buren, Rossman, Drummond, Becklinger, Shanks, Dyre, Howard, Behrens, Christopherson, Hunt, Kennedy, Loos, Cook, Prellwitz, Lindow, Johnson, Warner

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 03 Apr 1913

Dutch Supper will be served by St. Ann's Society, Thursday, April 10th, at M.W.A. Hall from 5 o'clock until all are served.

School opened again Monday and is progressing nicely, as is usual.

Mrs. L.M. Wellen and little daughter returned Tuesday from their visit at Whitehall.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson of North Fond du Lac, Wis., on March 27th, 1913, a baby girl.

Pasture for rent on :"John Shanks farm". Inquire of D.D. Williams.

City treasurer, A.M. White, requests that all electric light patrons settle their accounts at once so the books can be closed for the year and settlement made with the city.

John Horn went to Sheboygan Tuesday on business.

John Wuethrich has purchased the West Francis Farm. The deal was close last week.

Harley Kelly and Alonzo Volk went to Alma Center last Friday to work this summer.

H.P. Brenon of Stevens Point came Wednesday with his family and household goods, and has moved into the Hogue residence near the opera house. Mr. Brenon is an experienced miller and has taken a position in the Greenwood Roller Mill.

Mrs. M.W. Stiles of Cumberland was an over Sunday guest of her husband. She returned home Monday.

A tin shower was given at the home of Mrs. Harry Hartson last Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Geo. Jardine, by the class of 1909, of which she was a member. About a dozen were present and some very useful articles were presented to Mrs. Jardine.

Miss Maude Van Buren returned to Madison Thursday after spending a few days here in the interest of the new library.

Paul Rossman received word from Neillsville Friday of the death of his nephew, Jule Rossman, which occurred Friday morning.

The high school graduating class is preparing copy for an annual to be published in the advent of graduation. It will be made practically on the same style as the "Quiver," which was issued two years ago. This book will be real interesting and of considerable expense. Some patronage will be asked of the public.

Greenwood Chapter of O.E.S. gave a farewell party at Masonic Hall last Friday evening for Mrs. Geo. Jardine. The evening was passed at cards and other amusements.

The annual meeting of the Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Drummond Friday, April 4.

The Misses Una and Florence Williams and Esther Becklinger of Necedah are guests at the John Drummond home.

Norwegian Lutheran services will be held in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday, April 6. A.B. Dyre, Pastor.

W.R. Howard purchased a new team for his livery from O.C. Behrens and sold them Monday to Pete Christopherson. Pete expects to take them west with him to Montana, where he will experiment with farming opportunities.

The St. Ann's Society met with Mrs. Harry Hogue last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Weber held the lucky number (16) drew the centerpiece and Mrs. Harry Hogue number (130) drew the quilt.

The city council will hold their next meeting April 1st and organize. Mayor Shanks will make his committee appointments and line things up for the year.

Newell Hunt came home from Waupaca Saturday to spend his spring vacation.

Teacher's examinations were held at the schoolhouse alst Thursday and Friday under the supervision of Miss Kennedy, county superintendent of schools. About forty were enrolled during the two days. Each part of the county was quite well represented.

Alfred J. Loos of Rockford, Ill., spent last week at home with his mother.

The Greenwood House is having a few finishing touches administered by Albert Shanks. Several of the rooms are receiving new paper and moldings.

Marner Cook of Willmar, Minn. was at the old home last week visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cook.

Mrs. O.A. Prellwitz was taken to the hospital at Marshfield Thursday for an operation. Friday night she underwent the surgery and is reported to be doing quite well, although a second operation will be necessary before she will be convalescent.

Arch Lindow of Manawa arrived here last week with his car of farm machinery and stock, and has moved onto the Warner farm that he purchased last fall.

Mrs. Maggie Johnson and son came Monday evening for a visit with relatives. Bennie is reported to be gaining fast at the hospital in Marshfield.                 



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