News: Christie (16 Jun 1910)
Surnames: Boon, Mills, Begley, Eckie, Christie, Gustafson, Kaudy, Armitage, Wenzel, Mabie, Youngs, Broker, Peck, Hannah, Richardson, Tremain, Douglas, Sales, West, Timerson
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 16 Jun 1910
Ladies Aid at J. Boon's was well attended, proceeds $2.50.
There will be an ice cream social at Claude Mills' soon. We did not learn the date.
Howard Begley raised his barn last Friday. There was a large crowd of men, women and children. Tables were set outdoors, all had a grand time.
Mrs. Chas. Eckie of Whitehall and Mrs. James Christie of Minnesota, made their mother, Mrs. S. McKimm, a visit at Ed Begley's a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustafson called on J.B. Kaudy and family yesterday afternoon.
Bruce Armitage is visiting at Seymour, he went to attend the wedding of his cousin, Phoebe Armitage and Carl J. Wenzel of Colby, on Wednesday, June 8.
Mrs. L. Mabie returned to her home at her son's, Jack Youngs in York, last Tuesday, after a three week visit at Mrs. Chas. Broker's and nearly two weeks visit at W.K. Armitage's.
Chas. Peck and family, Irvin Youngs and Mrs. Chas. Broker visited at Willis J. Armitage's last Sunday.
Mrs. Chas. Hannah is making her daughter, Mrs. John Richardson fo Neillsville, a two week visit.
Word has been received by W.K. Armitage's that grandma Tremain of Oconomowoc died quite suddenly Sunday morning, June 5.
Kern Douglas and wife of Neosho, Dodge Co., and the former's sister, James Sales of Loyal, visited at W.K. Armitage's last Wednesday. Mrs. Chas. Broker visited with them. Mrs. Broker and Mr. Douglas are old schoolmates, a grand good visit was had, referring to old times. Mr. Douglas is now president of the bank at Neosho.
Mrs. Wallie West took the train last Saturday for Oregon, Wis., to make her son Nelson and family a visit.
W.K. Armitage and Irvin Youngs did business in Greenwood last Saturday. They took dinner at Dell Timerson's.
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