News: Greenwood Gleaner (31 May 1906)

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----Source: Greenwood Gleaner - 31 May 1906

Eaton Loyal Liners. - May 28.

Roy Cota was a Greenwood caller Friday evening.

Chub Chandler took the train for Fairchild last Tuesday.

Mrs. Bishop the nurse from Loyal is employed at the Smith home.

James Rogers and wife of Loyal were seen on our streets last Thursday.

Annie Mathison spent last Wednesday with her brother Henry and family.

Martin Mathison who has been beed sick for sometime is improving very slowly.

Dr. McGonigal of Loyal made a professional call in our midst last week.

Louis Radke spent the latter part of last week under the parental roof at Curtiss.

A few from our vicinity attended the dance at Pagelsdorf on the Twenty-six road last Wednesday night.

Last Monday, May 21st, a little baby girl came to gladden the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Smith. But ere their darling was a few hours old they knew they were not to enjoy the blessedness of their little daughter very long. Death claimed it for its own Wednesday afternoon. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the community.

Twenty-Six Road. - May 28.

Mr. and Mrs. Baeschlin were county seat visitors last week.

John Hoffman has returned home from his trip to Virginia.

Mrs. T. Fahey spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zetsche.

Eli J. Fritz of Columbia was a visitor at the Hermann home from Thursday till Monday.

The frost last night was pretty hard on early corn and potatoes, most of them being killed to the ground.

Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Ware and Morris of Chippewa Falls are spending a week with relatives and friends in this vicinity.

School closed Friday in Dist. No. 1 after a successful year. We owe Jim Fradette a vote of thanks for his faithful labors.

Geo. Ware and Guy Boyce drove to Greenwood Sunday evening to hear the baccalaureate sermon delivered by the Rev. Presnall.

The farmers of this vicinity are progressive and up to date in most matters, why not in telephone service? A farmer line is not very expensive and when once put in will pay for itself many times over by saving both time and money.

Bright. - May 29.

H. A. Bright drove to Colby Sunday.

W. M. Burmiester and family Sunday-ed at Colby.

L. A. Welsch made a business trip to Owen Monday.

Tom Selves of Colby was driving on our streets Monday.

Work on the R. R. is progressing slowly the last week, too much rain.

Mrs. D. Conway and children will visit relatives at Colby for a short time.

Jack Rothe with a party of friends will spend this week fishing up on Yellow river.

The show at Longwood Monday evening was the attraction for several of our citizens.

Louise Braun who has been with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Welsch for some time returned home Friday.

The butter maker arrived last week and as soon as things are completed we will have an up to date creamery.

Schilling Station. - May 28.

Earnest Vine is putting a stone basement under his barn.

Albert Shoetler raised his new frame barn Saturday. It is put on a stone basement. Fill it up with cows, Albert.

Edw. Hembre came down from Ingram Friday where he has been at work since last June. He has been laid up the last couple of weeks on account of a log rolling on his left foot.

Louis Brandt died Friday night at 10:30, after a long illness. The funeral was held yesterday and the remains were taken to the Greenwood cemetery for burial in the family lot where his father and mother and two sisters have been laid to rest before him.

 

 


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