News: Greenwood (17 Apr 1913)


Surnames: Arends, Sanders, Prellwitz, Olson, Orrick, Brown, Lightfoot, Masters, Williams, Harlow, Speich, Stecker, Bartelt, Pfunder, Hatlestad, Brown, Kile, Cole, Butler, Hall, Voorhis, Marsh, Klein,

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 17 Apr 1913

Mrs. John Arends entertained the Merriment Club Tuesday afternoon at her home.

Ernest Sanders was a business caller at Marshfield and Neillsville Friday.

Mrs. O.A. Prellwitz is recovering from her operation at the Marshfield Hospital. She was seriously ill for some time, but is now improving.

Milton Olson of Abbotsford was a guest at the J.J. Orrick home last week.

Geo. Brown returned home from Cadott last week, having visited there the past seven weeks.

Sanford Lightfoot left Monday for Beloit, Wis., Where he has a position with the Fairbanks Morse Engine Co.

R.A. Masters is having some extensive repairs and changes made in the living apartments above his saloon. Having sold his residence, the family will move there.

Miss Gladys Williams is a guest of her brother, D.D. Williams.

The Odd Fellows gave a farewell party Saturday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow. Cards and other amusements were the evening's entertainment. A nice supper was served.

Fred Speich came up from Berlin, Wis. Wednesday for a few days visit with relatives and friends.

The Stecker Brothers Orchestra is billed to play for a dance in the opera house on Monday evening, May 5th.

District school order books and town order books for sale at this office.

Wm. Bartelt, wife and son of Sheboygan County arrived here Thursday evening with two immigrant cars of stock, household goods and farm machinery. They brought seventeen head of Holstein cattle, several head of which are said to be highbred stock. They moved onto the Heggesta farm, which was purchased a short time ago.

F.H. Pfunder of Shell Lake was an over Sunday guest of his father, F. Pfunder. He left Monday for Superior to take a more lucrative position. Mrs. Pfunder is also here and will remain for some time.

The election of town officers in Mead was not correct as printed last week. For chairman, Otto Hatlestad, James Brown and J. Kile; Clerk, Dr. Cole; for treasurer, I.H. Butler, is the corrected list.

Mrs. Cora Hall is moving from the Van Voorhis building, opposite the post office, to her newly acquired residence on Miller St.

Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Marsh and son Hallan returned Tuesday from a trip to the Pacific coast. Most of the time was spent in California, but they stopped at several place in Oregon and Washington. (Republican & Press)

Frantz Klein, a resident of Pine Valley, who lived along since the death of his wife a few years ago, was found dead near his home on Saturday, April 5, by neighbors. A formal inquest was not deemed necessary as no marks of foul play were found upon the body, word has it that he was subject to short insane spells.

Under a proposed law, high schools with approved courses for teachers training will receive $250 a year for that department and the appropriation will be increased from $50,000 to $75,000 for the special training departments, including domestic science. A high school may receive $1,000 a year if it maintains all these couses.



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