News: Greenwood (01 May 1913)
Surnames: Palms, Baker, Lampman, Hartson, Jardine, Hahnemann, Steiger, Rossman, Stafford, Birdsley, Sloniker, Cox, Wassenburger, Hubbard, Vates, Stabnow, Barlow, Johnson, Barkley, Schwarze, White, Behrens, Barney, Lightfoot, Nichol
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01 May 1913
Mrs. W.H. Palms is suffering from blood poison in her left hand. Dr. Baker lanced the injured hand on Monday.
C.G. Lampman of the real estate firm of Lampman & Reedy of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was here on Thursday of last week with several prospective settlers on the firm's lands in the town of Mead. (Thorp Courier)
Mrs. H.H. Hartson and daughter Mrs. Geo. Jardine went to Chicago Friday, where Mrs. Hartson had an operation Monday at the Hahnemann Hospital for chronic appendicitis. The operation was successful and Mrs. Hartson is doing as well as could be expected.
Mr. and Mrs. John Steiger accompanied Mrs. Paul Rossman and children as far as St. Paul Monday. Mrs. Rossman leaves for Judith Gap, Mont., where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Steiger will return the latter part of this week.
Mrs. Elmer Stafford and children spent Sunday with her parents at Tioga.
Miss Hazel Birdsley of Iron River arrived here Wednesday and is visiting at the J.S. Sloniker home.
Ern Cox is employed excavating a basement for the new residence to be built this summer by Chris Vates, on Hendren St.
Dance at the opera house Monday, May 5th. Stecker Bros. Orchestra.
Chas. Wassenburger of Neillsville was robbed at his home Saturday night of $750, $300 in gold and the balance in currency and silver. The money was in his trouser pocket and was gone when he got up in the morning.
Friday morning a gasoline stove in Ed Hubbard's milk house set fire to the building, badly damaging it and putting his cream separator out of commission. Loss was partially covered by insurance. (Republican & Press)
Mrs. Aug. Stabnow returned from Manitowoc Sunday.
Mrs. G.S. Barlow is recovering from her recent illness.
Mrs. H. Johnson and Mrs. John Barkley attended a convention at Eau Claire Friday and Saturday.
The Epworth League will give a basket social at the Woodman Hall Friday evening, May 2nd, at 8 o'clock. Baskets will be sold to highest bidder. Coffee served free with baskets. Ice cream and homemade candy on sale. A good social time in store for everybody.
At a meeting held in Thorp last week of over fifty farmers, it was decided to build a grist mill, with a capital stock of $10,000, 400 shares at $25 each.
The automobiles are kicking up dust quite lively through town this week.
The sale at Bright last week was one of the largest affairs of its kind ever held in this vicinity. Stock sold as high as $250 a head. Stockmen from all party of the country were present and everything went at a good figure.
The German Ladies Society of the West Side will meet with Mrs. Albert Schwarze Wednesday, may 7.
The Thursday Club will meet with Mrs. A.M. White, Thursday, May 1.
F.C. Behrens of Milwaukee is visiting his brother Otto of this city, since Monday.
A number of farmers near Withee have formed an association for the sale and shipment of their surplus livestock in order to cut out the local buyers, and thus benefit themselves to a greater extent.
The Ladies Aid meets with Mrs. Alba Varney frid, May 2.
Norwegian Lutheran Church is Presbyterian Church Sunday, May 4. -- A.B. Dyre
Mrs. Sanford Lightfoot and little son left Wednesday for a few weeks' visit at Fairchild before going to Beloit to join Mr. Lightfoot.
John Nichol of Eaton has been quite seriously ill the past week. Mr. Nichol is 71 years of age and has never know sickness before. He is recovering at last report.
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