News: Local News (15 Jul 1920)

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----Source: Owen Enterprise; Owen, Clark County, Wisconsin, July 15, 1920

LOCAL NEWS SOUTH GREEN GROVE

Hester SHAFFER called on her friend Laura PRICE, on Sunday.

Henry AWE and family of Atwood visited at Mr. HAGBERG's on Sunday.

Howard DEVINE of Owen called on his friend, Ed. SHAFFER, Sunday afternoon.

Albert STRANBERG had a short visit from his brother and wife of Minnesota.

Violet SWANSON has returned from Dubuque, Iowa, where she has been attending school.

Mr. and Mrs. G.S. RADLEY motored to Waupaca to spend the Fourth with Mr. RADLEY's mother and brothers. They returned on the fifth, bringing with them Mr. RADLEY's mother who will visit with them.

The farmers of this community believe in cooperation. Matt MEIMI raised a barn on July third and in one week they had it ready for shingles. The neighbors turned out and helped every day. The barn is 100 feet long.

LOCAL NEWS SOUTH GREEN GROVE Hester SHAFFER called on her friend Laura PRICE, on Sunday.

Henry AWE and family of Atwood visited at Mr. HAGBERG's on Sunday.

Howard DEVINE of Owen called on his friend, Ed. SHAFFER, Sunday afternoon.

Albert STRANBERG had a short visit from his brother and wife of Minnesota.

Violet SWANSON has returned from Dubuque, Iowa, where she has been attending school.

Mr. and Mrs. G.S. RADLEY motored to Waupaca to spend the Fourth with Mr. RADLEY's mother and brothers. They returned on the fifth, bringing with them Mr. RADLEY's mother who will visit with them.

The farmers of this community believe in cooperation. Matt MEIMI raised a barn on July third and in one week they had it ready for shingles. The neighbors turned out and helped every day. The barn is 100 feet long.

WITHEE Peter LANG was in Racine last week on business.

Al. WHITTEMORE went to Orin, Wis., Monday morning.

Ernest SORENSON left for Detroit this week to work.

Chas. BERGER was in Abbotsford Tuesday on business.

The Ladies Aid meets at the home of Mrs. LaMONT on the Withee-Owen road this week.

Mrs. Clara FROST returned Thursday from Askov, Minn., where she had been to attend a convention.

Sigurd SORENSON left for Lake Preston, Minn., Tuesday, after a short visit at home for a short time.

Miss Marie LARSEN came from Tyler, Minn., Thursday where she had been teaching for two months.

Leroy CLIFTAN returned on Friday from Glenwood City where he has been visiting relatives for a short time.

Thorvald CARLSON and Martin MILLER returned this week from Askov, Minn., where they had been to attend a convention.

Mr. and Mrs. B. TUFTS arrived here last week from South Dakota where Mr. TUFTS has been teaching during the past year.

Missess Brynhild, Thyra and Dagny SORENSON went to Minneapolis last week after spending a few days at home at the marriage of their brother, Axel.

Miss Pearl ROTH is a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Carl BEILFUSS. She is here from Milwaukee for a short visit with friends and relatives here and at Thorp.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl DODTE, Berenice and Clarice, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar SCHOENGARTH, Mr. and Mrs. HIGH of Neillsville were visitors at the home of Walter BEILFUSS and family Sunday. Miss Clarice DODTE remained until to-day, while the rest went back on Sunday.

 **************** TEMPORARY PASTOR Rev. August WENDT, a graduate of the Northwestern Bible school has been engaged to act as Pastor of the Congregational church for a period of two months. He comes here from work at River Falls and various localities in Minnesota. Rev. WENDT can be claimed as a home boy, being born and reared at Bob's Mill. He is a younger brother of Wm. WENDT of this city.

 

 


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