News: Greenwood, Wis. (23 Feb 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Esselman, Amelia, Jacobson, Drummond, Blecha, Klinke, Kerns, Runkel, Clute, Mason, Johnston, Ball, Hendren, Williams, DeLano, Cornick, Carter, Noetzel, Pagenkopf, Noah, Cummings, Bopp, Helwig, Hubble, Lulyph, Cresswell, Ketchpaw, McIntyre, Dewey, Hilton, Darton, Braun, Jenks, Helms, Pilcher, Bennett, Campbell, McIntyre, Cromnay, Moore, Schofield, Smith, Burnie, Frackenberg, Fricke, Leonard, Jerabek, Marsh, Taylor, Hetzel, Zetsche, Burch, Volk, Foster, Stevens, Cummings, Parker, Bailey, Behrens, Dingley, Mason, Farning
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner 23 Feb 1900)
G. Esselman and Daughter, Amelia, were in town Monday.
John Jacobson and John Drummond were Neillsville visitors Tuesday.
Miss Blecha is visiting with Jennie Klinke this week.
Tom Kerns passed through town Wednesday on his way to Neillsville.
Fred Runkel and helper were up putting in a telephone for C. H. Clute on Wednesday.
Miss Mason began her second term in the Larson School Monday.
William Johnston was county seat visitor Monday.
F. A. Ball was over from the Point for an over Sunday visit with Elder Hendren.
Earl Williams came down from Bessemer Saturday.
Guy DeLano left for Wausau Tuesday, where he expects employment.
Mrs. W. E. Cornick and Master Harry arrived Saturday from Hayward for a week’s visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. N. J. Carter.
Edward Bowen, Jr., of Longwood, is stopping with his uncle in this city this week, while having a poisoned hand treated by Dr. Conry
F. J. Noetzel, cousin to Barber Noetzel, was in town Friday.
Johnnie Pagenkopf, who has been working for his brother-in-law, Simon Noah, returned to his home south of Neillsville this week.
Mrs. Geo. Cummings from Bright’s farm left Wednesday for a visit at Hixton and Whitehall.
Will Bopp and Clara Helwig went to their homes, Saturday near Alma Center. Will come back Monday morning over the F. & N. E. line.
Walter Hubble and Lulyph Cook are home from Escanaba, where they have been at work for the Cooperage Company.
Dr. W. B. Cresswell will be in Greenwood hereafter the first ten days of every month.
Addie Ketchpaw is enjoying a week’s vacation at home, from her duties at the Big Store.
J. C. McIntyre, and crew of Neillsville broke camp near Curtiss this week and passed through town Monday.
Rev. W. T. Hendren will occupy the Presbyterian pulpit here next Sunday evening. It is expected that a vote will be taken relative to the call for a pastor.
Amos Dewey was one of the fortunate ones to pass the examination in pharmacy at Neenah last Friday. A. C. is now a full-fledged prescription druggist.
Culien Hilton, accompanied by Marcia Darton and Lizzie Braun, were over from Loyal Saturday evening, enjoying a pleasant ride.
John Jenks and Will Helms were over from Loyal Saturday on business.
Rev. A. M. Pilcher, D. D. presiding elder of Ashland district, will preach at the M. E. church Sunday evening.
Billy Bennett’s Comedy Co. was here Friday and Saturday evenings, and though its nearly a week since, we every now and then hear a merry ripple of laughter over the funny and foolish things they said and did.
Robt. Campbell and Miss Edith McIntyre were up from the "Hub" and spent the Sabbath in this city.
Miss Vere Cromnay and brother, Dr. Frank of Duluth, Minn., visited a few days last week with his ‘best girl friend," Miss Mabel Moore.
Mrs. Robt. Schofield came down from Greenwood Saturday night for a short visit with Mrs. R. O. Smith—Rep. and Press.
F. W. Anderson and Chester Burnie went over to Fairchild yesterday to take in the dance in the evening. We can’t always trust our ears, but unless our eyes fool us, they rode over on transportation that includes "and wife," for each one. Now who the wives are, is the question.
Keep your eye on our store for the new line of shirt waists, shirts and belts.—Franckenberg & Fricke.
Henry Leonard of Alma Center, representing the Globe Fraternal Accident Association, of Minneapolis, is in town this week.
The orchestra boys went to Granton yesterday to play for a dance there. Claude Carter accompanied them—to keep them right side up, perhaps.
Jas. Jerabek, of Marshfield, is working with F. J. Klinke for the Osborne company, and reports good business.
Arrangements are complete for the Woodman dance to be held Thursday evening, Mar. 8, with music by the Baraboo orchestra.
John Marsh and son were up from Black River Falls yesterday getting pointers from F. M. Taylor with a view to building a house on the plan of the Taylor house, recently sold to E. K sheets.
Mrs. Ivy Hetzel is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zetsche. She is packing her goods to take to New Prospect, her new home.
E. T. Burch goes to Chicago today to get in touch with the spring trade and do some buying.
Jacob Volk was the only Woodman from the local camp to go to Fairchild yesterday for their annual ball there.
Mr. Sherwood, and D. B. Foster and wife of Fairchild were registered with Landlord Stevens Wednesday.
Yesterday was Washington’s birthday, a legal holiday, consequently there was no school.
The W. C. T. U. met Wednesday with Mrs. Chas. Cummings and elected officers for ensuing year, as follows: Mrs. E. Parker, president; Mrs. Julia Bailey, first vice-president; Mrs. Cummings second vice-president; Mr. O. C. Behrens, secretary; Mary Mason, treasurer. Three new members were received into the society. The next meeting is called for March 7, to meet with Mrs. A. Dingley at 2:30 p.m. All interested in temperance work are invited to be present.
On Monday evening Mrs. Wm Farning and her son and daughter were terribly burned at Columbia and Mrs. Farning’s recovery is considered to be doubtful. A lamp accidentally fell from a table, burst, the burning oil saturating the mother’s clothing, and the others terrified, in trying to put out the fire, were also badly burned. Medical assistance was secured as soon as possible, and the sufferers somewhat relieved. It was a most awful calamity—Neillsville Times.
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