News: The Clark
Republican and Press 5-20-1886
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 5-20-1886
The German Singing Society, "Liedertafel," will give an evening entertainment at Fourth Street Theater tomorrow, Friday, night. It promises to be an entertainment worthy of patronage. The prgramme contains: Theater in German: singing, English and German; dancing. The German songs will be rendered by the Liedertafel," and the English singing by the following ladies and gentlemen: Mrs. F. M. Smart, Mrs. J. A. Ennor, Mrs. C. C. Sniteman, Mr. C. Rabenstein, Mr. J.G. Schmidt, Mr. A. L. Schmitz. A grand time is anticipated. Tickets 50 cts: children half price. Seats may be secured of Henry Klopf without extra charge.
GREENWOOD: M. P. Mason visited here a short time last week.
C. Blakeslee and son George, of Sparta, were in town Sunday.
James Bryden is beautifying his residence with a coat of pain.
Great excitement in our vicinity of late over murders and hasty marriages.
Mr. Ole Larson and family have moved to Neillsville. Their house is occupied by Mr. Dingley.
Mrs. G. L. Buland has arrived home from her visit at Neillsville, and the doctor is once more a happy man.
E. T. Burch, daughter and mother, have gone to Blair, where they will spend some time visiting relatives.
Our worthy post masters, Jones Tompkins and G. W. Hubbell, are now established in their new quarters and have a very neat post office.
Another couple have launched upon the sea of matrimony. Mr. Thomas McCalvey and Miss Alice Marvin were united in marriage at Neillsville, on May 15th. We congratulate them on their new relationship, and hope to always hear of their happiness and prosperity.
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