News: Greenwood, Wis. (29 June 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn 


Surnames: Schofield, Derby, Brown, Miller, Merry, Cook, Churchill, Rossman, Peterson, McKinney, Brooks, Fricke, Bruno, Delaney, Taylor, Wollenberg, Ware, Drake, DeGoff, Anderson, Campbell, Servaty, Parker, Tupper, Hogue, McGinnis, Luder, Austreng, Oelig, Owens, Carpenter, Shanks, Jacques, Best, Leach, Kloster, VanVoorhis, Beyer, Ganfield. Simon, Marsh, Wood, Fouts, Lucas, Jordan 

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 29 June 1900 



Mrs. Robt. Schofield will commence a class in vocal music in the near future. A class of adults, from 12 years and upwards, in the evening , and a class of new beginners from 7 to 12 years, in the afternoon. Terms: 12 lessons for $1.00. She will give lessons one day in each week.


E. Derby was injured Saturday while at work with a well drill. A pulley at the top of the machine gave away and fell, striking and cutting Mr. Derby on the side of the head. The gash was three inches long and quite deep.


It is reported that a man named Herman Brown, living east of Neillsville five miles, was killed by lightning last week, during a heavy thunder shower. He was at the barn and started to go to the house when he was struck.


Missess Birde and Gertie Miller returned Saturday from a visit with their sister, Mrs. J. W. Merry at Stevens Point. Mrs. Merry accompanied them home for a visit with relatives and friends.


Lyulph Cook living three miles south from Greenwood, while in the woods Tuesday, had his collar bone broken and shoulder dislocated by a falling tree. Dr. Churchill is the attending physician.


For the accommodation of those wishing to celebrate the Fourth at Marshfield, a special train will leave at 6:30 p.m. and return from Marshfield at 10:30.


Mrs. L. A. Rossman arrived in Greenwood Tuesday. Her husband will soon follow her and they intend to make their home here.


Usual services at the M. E. church beginning with song service a 7:45 followed by installation of officers of the Epworth League.


Andrew Peterson who lives a few miles south of this city is improving his place by building a substantial addition to his house.


Rev. E. A. McKinney and family, of Marshfield, have been visitors at the home of Rev. Kloster this week


W. C. Brooks enjoyed a visit Sunday with a brother who was here from Chippewa Falls.


Mr. O.C. Fricke made a business trip to Tioga yesterday.


Miss Alice Bruno of Thorp, who has been visiting relatives and friends near Madison for the past six months, stopped for a short visit with her cousin, Albert Delaney, on her way home Tuesday.


F. M. Taylor returned Tuesday from Eau Claire, where he has been for the past few weeks receiving medical treatment for rheumatism--he feels much better.


Chris. Wollenbherg made a business trip to Loyal Saturday evening--just in time to partake of the fine supper given by the Modern Woodmen there.


There will be a dance at Theilen's Hall, on the West Side, July 4, afternoon and evening. Supper will be served at 6 p.m. and also at midnight. Everybody is invited to attend.


Mrs. Marcia Ware left Tuesday morning for a short visit at her former home in Stockbridge.


R. R. DeGroff, formerly editor of the Times of Marshfield was in the city Monday and Tuesday.


Miss Alice Delaney of Green Bay made her brother, Albert and family a short visit Tuesday.


Newton Drake was down from Bobb's Mills for a Sunday visit at home.


Ferd Anderson went over to Fairchild Wednesday noon returning Thursday morning.


G. W. Campbell, the log buyer from Marshfield, was in the city Monday.


Little Avis Servaty of Neillsville, was up to see her Grandma Fricke Sunday.


Lee Parker came down from Perkinstown Monday for a short visit with friends.


The King's Daughters will meet at the home of Mrs. Tupper, Tuesday July 3.


Miss Stella Hogue visited with her cousin at Loyal the fore part of the week.


Robert Syth and wife visited at Mike Nevill's of Christie, Monday.


Two cans of baking powder for five cents at Franckenberg & Fricke's.


J. G. Taylor and F. E. McGinnis were up from Neillsville Tuesday.


Choice table syrup 20 cents per gallon--Greenwood Mercantile Co.


Miss Eda Luder is home from Superior country.


Flour 85c per sack warranted to give satisfaction of may be returned--Greenwood Mercantile Co.


Nate Anderson and Nels Austreng were up from Neillsville Wednesday.


Blue berries, the first of the season, appeared in town Saturday last.


Fred Oelig and Ed. Carpenter were visitors in Neillsville, Tuesday.


Richard Owens of the town of Owens, was in the city Monday.


Davie Shanks was in Loyal Sunday evening.


Geo. Jacques was here Tuesday hunting for politicians.


J. N. Leach, the artist, will be absent from July 1 to 5.


W. E. Best, of Davis, Ill., is visiting with Rev. Kloster.


Those in attendance at the Milwaukee Carnival this week from Greenwood are: Mrs. J. G. Ware, G. W. VanVoorhis and August Beyer and son.


Rev. Ganfield, Presbyterian minister at Neillsville, has been visiting this week with his friend and classmate, G. W. Simon.


S. M. Marsh and Prof. L. W. Wood of Neillsville, were visitors in this city Friday last, presumably hunting for political threads.


John Fouts and family took their departure for Perkinstown Monday morning where they expect to reside in the future.


Eva Lucas entertained sixteen of her schoolmates in the Lucas grove last Friday.


A. E. Jordan started for Stillwater, Minn., Wednesday to look after business matters and visit friends.


Miss Florence Lucas returned from Minneapolis Saturday where she as been for the past few months.



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