News: Greenwood (4 May 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Rossow, Barker, Leach, Rausch, Hendren, Varney, Buker, Moser, Cohen, McMahon, Bryden, Tripp, Bailey, Shanks, Root, Huntzicker, Bruenegger, Boynton, Whitmore, Conroy, Johnson, Draper, Adams, Kahn, Shrimpton, Holt, Watson, Thompson, Doupher, Brown, Kloster, Schwarze, Bramald, Franchenberg, Mumbru, Button, Abbott, McMillan, Runkel, Robbins, Richeleu, Cummings, Trott, Vosler, Brooks, Hareon, Harston, Brandt, Servaty, Steven, Frick, Hartel, Palms, Schofield, Stewart, Noetzel, Behrens, Armstrong, Fatzinger, Burnside, Simons, Bowen, Carleton, Sperbeck, Andrews. Dutcher, Smith, Schwan, Carter, Peabody, Robinson, Chapman, Johnston, Adamson, Churchill
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 4 May 1900
The curfew rings at nine.
A smart frost visited us a day or two this week.
The early closing of stores seems to be meeting with much approval.
Alice Whitmore is reported to be sick with scarlet fever.
H. O. Boynton of Medford, was in town Saturday.
Rev. Henry Bruenegger preached in Spokeville Sunday.
Clara Huntzicker and Allie Schofield helped out in the bargain day rush at the Big Store Saturday.
Mr. A. Noetzel received the sad news Wednesday of the death of her father in New Bedford, Mass.
Mrs. John Shanks and Eugene McMahon were called to Neillsville Saturday on account of the temporary illness of their sister, Mrs. Homer Root.
David Shanks has been grading down in front of his house this week to correspond with the street grading. When plotted with grass it well be a decided improvement.
Chas. Tripp came over from Marshfield the first of the week after his family. He has rented his house to E. T. Bailey.
It is expected that the Fairchild camp of Modern Woodmen will be over next Tuesday evening as the guests of the Greenwood camp. About forty of the neighbors there have signified their intention of coming over. The local camp is getting ready to give the visitors a royal welcome. Timber to work on is being made ready and a good time may be expected. Next Tuesday, May 8 is the date. Woodmen, don't forget it.
Harry Bryden came up Saturday to spend Sunday with his wife and the baby.
Louis Cohen has returned to Fairchild and his place in the Kentucky Saloon is filled by "Paddy" McMahon.
Miss C. A. Moser of Madison, has been in the city this past week teaching a cutting and tailoring system to the local dressmakers.
Ed Buker has started is planing mill.
Alba Varney took the train Friday morning for a short stop at Waupaca. From there he started Monday with wife for Skowhegan, Maine, where he goes to take charge of his uncle's farm. His uncle was here a couple of years ago and has wanted Alba to go East ever since. It will likely be a long time before they will get back this far.
The fire company was called out yesterday to wet down the streets. The run was made and the hose made ready in just three minutes from the time the bell rang.
John Rausch of Marshfield, called on his old friend, Rev. W. T. Hendren last Thursday.
J. N. Leach, the photographer, will be absent from May 9th to 14th, will be at the gallery rest of week.
Married--In this village, on Wednesday afternoon, April 25, 1900. Louis H. Brandt, of Beaver, to Miss Alvina Amanda Rossow, of the same town, Justice of the Peace Geo. W. Barker performing the ceremony in his usual happy style, and the newly married pair went on their way rejoicing.--Loyal Chronicle.
The dates of the Clark County Blue Ribbon Fair, September 11, 12, 13 and 14, 1900.
Geo. Brooks and wife, with Roy, spent Sunday with Postmaster Hareon and family. Velma Hartson accompanied him home from a visit at Lynn.
Mrs. Thos. Vosler and younger children returned Wednesday from a short visit with her people at Rock Falls and Mondovi.
M. J. Trott is working at Perkinstown.
Mr. Geo. Cummings has been down to Hixton after some of their household furniture.
Martin Richeleu went to Thorp Tuesday where he takes charge of a large farm.
Fred Runkel and Harry Robbins were up from Neillsville Monday.
Mrs. Harven Abbott and son, Spence, of Milford, Iowa, in company with Beatrice McMillan of Neillsville, visited at the Hendren home Saturday and Sunday.
Leon Mumbru and Samuel Button of Waupaca, were registered at the Greenwood House Monday.
Mrs. Minnie Bramald of Neillsville returned home Friday from a few days' visit at the homes of Mrs. B. P. Churchill and H. Franchenberg.
John Schwarze took the Withee stage Monday morning for Thorp where he goes to work.
Rev. George Brown was over from Loyal Monday, the guest of Rev. W. E. Kloster.
A. F. and Mrs. F. Doupher of Withee were in town Saturday.
D. M. Watson was doing business in Fairchild yesterday.
Dr. J. M. Couroy was called to Christie Wednesday to see Albert Holt who is suffering from serious heart trouble.
F. W. Shrimpton is taking a two weeks' lay off for a visit with his people in Salem, Neb.
Jacob Kahn arrived in the city Saturday, to look after their closing up matters. He requests us to announce that all those having bills against the National Cooperage and Woodenware Co. be sure to get them in at once so they can be settled before he goes away.
A. P. Adams and family came over Saturday evening for a short visit with Grandpa and Grandma Thompson.
Fred W. Draper and wife visited friends in town Wednesday and was a pleasant caller in the Gleaner office. He reports that he finds the outlook for the nomination as clerk of court very promising.
Rev. J. C. Johnson has been installed as pastor of the Baptist church and will hold regular services in the future.--Thorp Courier. Mr. Johnson preached in Greenwood for a few months three years ago.
Robert Schofield, of Greenwood, transacted business in Neillsville Monday.
Druggist Charles Conroy is expected back the last of this week or the first of next. He has been absent about two months.
George Huntzicker, Jr., is now at Cape Nome.
Mrs. B. P. Churchill visited her folks in Neillsville over Sunday.
Attorney Adamson did business in Withee Monday.
Wm. Johnston did business in Marshfield Tuesday.
A. B. Chapman of Racine, has been in the city of late showing a patent chemical fire extinguisher.
Mrs. A. F. Robinson came down from Medford with her brother Sunday and will spend most of the summer at home.
Miss Martha Schwan, who has been sewing for Mrs. Carter for the past few months, is now helping Mrs. Peabody in the shop.
Miss Viola Dutcher, of Greenwood, visited with Miss Smith over Sunday. G. H. Palms and his brother, Will Palms. drove over from Greenwood Tuesday. He looked over the electric light plant while here. He says Greenwood is contemplating a lighting system of the kind.--Loyal Tribune.
L. Sperbeck and Kinzie Andrews change places Sunday without the loss of a moment. Sunday morning Mr. Sperbeck drove to Abbotsford and met Kinzie who drove down from Medford. Here they exchanged teams and finished their trips, so that Monday morning Kinzie was ready to take up his work in the bank here and Mr. Sperbeck began his duties in the Medford bank.
Charles Servaty and Chas. Steven are up from Neillsville doing some carpenter work on Mrs. Frick's house. They expect to do considerable carpenter work up this way this summer.
E. Hartel of Rice Lake, was down Saturday to accept a stave saw which G. H. Palms made for his company. He pronounced himself well pleased with the machine.
Hugh Schofield returned home Saturday from his studies at Hahnemann college, Chicago. He says that Archie Stewart goes abroad this summer for further study in Germany.
H. J. H. Hartson has sold his laundry agency to August Noetzel who will now have charge of both agencies. For the time being he will send a basket out each week.
Otto Behrens has been improving his house with a coat of paint. The Armstrong house is likewise being improved.
Genial John F. & N. E. Fatzinger has been a resident of Greenwood since Tuesday, having charge of the depot business here in the temporary absence of Agent Burnside who is detained at home by the illness of his wife.
Mr. Guy H Simons of McCormick Theological Seminary, is expected to arrive today. He will preach here and in the chapel Sunday and will take charge of the two fields this summer.
Misses Edna Bowen and Ethel Carleton of Longwood, visited Wednesday and Thursday at the home of Erastus Bowen.
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