News: Greenwood (19 Jun 1913)


Surnames: Pfunder, Hogue, Armstrong, Alton, Kelly, Klinke, Oelig, Wichman, Pratt, McKotich, Knop, Bishop, Zettler, Scharmann, Gullord, Knutson, Smith, Hoehne, Carter, Damrow, Trimberger, Herian, Speich, Vollrath, Cummings, Kronschnabl, Vine, Leatherdale

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 19 Jun 1913

Malcolm Pfunder came down from Oconto Tuesday, where he has just closed his school year as teacher in one of the city schools.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Pfunder Sr. returned from their visit at Superior the first of the week.

King Daughters will meet at the River Bridge at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 25.

A nice shower of rain was enjoyed Tuesday evening. It came at the right time, when things needed it.

A party drove down from Owen Tuesday evening to attended the Union services being held here.

Wm. Hogue and crew are busy this week putting in a large culvert on the road leading to the Soo depot.

Glen Armstrong pitched ball at Marshfield Sunday against Stevens Point. The game resulted 4 to 0 in favor of Stevens Point.

Mr. and Mrs. George Alton and family have moved here from Maplehurst. They are living in the Kelly house.

Klinke Bros. received a new Ford runabout Thursday from Wells and Chas of Abbotsford.

Mrs. Wm. Oelig Sr. is very ill and hopes for her recovery are not many.

There will be English Lutheran Services at the Baptist Church, June 22 at 2 o'clock. -- Rev. Wichman.

The Thursday Club will meet with Mrs. Hiley Pratt Thursday afternoon, June 26.

Joe McKotich will start a general shoe repair shop in the Johnson building opposite the Catholic Church. Any parties having left shoes at Knop's can get same at the shop.

Mrs. Geo. Bishop returned home Friday from a week's visit at Fond du Lac and other points.

Mrs. Adolph Zettler and Miss Dorothy Scharmann of Marshfield accompanied Mrs. P.W. Gullord home Saturday for a short visit.

Work on the basement of the new school building has commenced. The contractor, Mr. Knutson of Waupaca, is here and expects to move things right along.

Mrs. Herbert Smith of Atlanta, Wis., and two children, are guests at the John Drummond home.

We were misinformed last week in regard to C.C. Hoehne attending a hardware dealers convention at Milwaukee. He attended grand lodge of the F. & A.N.

C.J. Carter went to Thorp Monday and returned with a fine pair of bay mares on Tuesday. He will use them in his dray business.

STRAYED -- six head of young stock from my farm, about June 6th. Five black and one red heifers. Bell on one heifer. Will pay a liberal reward for information as to their whereabouts. -- H.A. Damrow.

Those from out of town whom were here to attend the Speich-Vollrath wedding last Thursday are: Miss Amelia Trimberger of Granton, Mrs. Henry Herian and Miss Minnie Herian of Neillsville, Margaret Speich of Oshkosh, and Fred Speich of Oshkosh.

Chas Cummings and little son of Tomahawk, were guests of relatives in the city the latter part of last week. Charlie is now conducting a dray line for himself at Tomahawk, and is enjoying good business.

The eight year old son of Joseph Kronschnabl of Dorchester had part of his thumb and two fingers town off by a dynamite cap, which he found and picked with a toothpick when it exploded. (Abbotsford Clarion)

Ed Vine purchased a team from parties south of Neillsville last week. They are a fine looking pair and will make a handsome farm team.

Those who have our wire stretchers are requested to bring them back, as others want to use them. --C.C. Hoehne

Attila Leatherdale and wife of Spokeville and Spencer Grases of Spencer, were in the city Sunday on a fishing expedition.



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