News: Greenwood (27 July 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Owens, Clute, Peterson, O’Connor,
Cummings, Helwig, Westergaarde, Hendren, Brooks, Hartson, Tupper,
Bradford, Tufts, Braman, Brintnall, Carter, Bramald, Churchill,
Shanks, Andrews, Bryden, Vosler, Bishop, Peabody, Shuckhart,
Faults, Garrison, Crowley, Briggs, Estabrooks, Hanna, Shoemaker,
Bowen, Kristiansen, Gates, Kotzer, Noah, Barber, Memhard, Moody,
Jemerson, Kennedy, Carter, White, Hunt, Brown, Upham, Smazal,
Berlow, Anderson, Jordan, Hogue, Potter, Nieman, Roseman, Fuchs,
Kloster, Baker, Cox, Johnson, Stair, Blackburnn, Gordan, Suley,
Vorsen, Warner, Herrian, Kubat, Wollenberg, Thomas, Thompson,
Rossman, Zetsche, Mead, Heaslett, Rogers
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood,
Clark County, Wis.) 27 July 1900
The John S. Owens Lumber Co's lands for sale by C. H. Clute.
A boy was born to Ransom Peterson and wife Saturday.
Hugh O'Connor did business in Marshfield Saturday.
Rue Cummings is visiting at the home of Will Helwig, near North Branch.
F. Westergaarde, a new merchant at Withee, was in town on business Saturday.
Mrs. W. T. Hendren and Miss Emma spent Sunday and Monday in Neillsville.
Mrs. Geo. Brooks and son Earl visited with Grandma Hartson Sunday and Monday.
Ben Tupper and family have moved to Hemlock, where they will make their home in the future.
Will Bradford and John Tufts were up from Neillsville Friday to attend the dance.
Myrtle and Orson Braman of Minneapolis, are visiting their cousins at the Gleaner home.
Mrs. H. H. Hartson and Miss Brintnall drove over to Lynn Saturday, returning Sunday evening.
Claude Carter is painting the Baptist church, which will make a decided improvement in that edifice.
Mrs. Theo. Bramald and little son visited with her sister, Mrs. B. P. Churchill, a few days last week.
Albert Shanks and Kinzie Andrews were at Neillsville Saturday and took in the ball game between Arcadia and Neillsville.
Mrs. James Bryden left for Neillsville the first of the week. She will return to Washington about the middle of August.
The King's Daughters society will meet with Mrs. Vosler next Tuesday afternoon. All members are requested to be present.
The Greenwood Mercantile Co. has adorned their store front with a large three section awning. G. W. Bishop put it up.
C. M. Peabody was at his home in Alma Center the first of the week. His wife's sister, Miss Etta Shuckhart, accompanied him home Thursday.
Messrs. Fd. Faults, Mosman Garrison, Thos. Crowley and Dallas Briggs were down from Thorp Friday evening to take in the dance with the school teachers.
C. H. Estabrooks, an extensive farmer near Greenwood, Clark county, spent Monday visiting he brother-in-law, T. H. Hanna--Stevens Point Gazette.
Frank Shoemaker went to Thorp Tuesday for a visit with his parents. Some of the boys are of the opinion, however, that he has gone there to find a bride.
E. Bowen, of Greenwood, came over Thursday evening, to see how things were progressing at the bank. He appeared fully satisfied with the progress made.--Colby Phonograph.
Invitations have been received for the commencement exercises of the Highland Park College of Pharmacy, Des Moines, Ia., July 26 to Aug. 2. Alfred Kristiansen of this city is one of the graduates. Congratulations for Alfred.
Chicken pie supper at Shanks' M. E. church tonight. Supper will be ready at 6 o'clock. Adults 15 cents and children under ten yrs. 10 cents. Ice cream and cake, 10 cents. A free entertainment will be give at eight o'clock.
If any one doubts that farmers are not hustling to get in their hay while the sun shines, they should have gone past S. L. Gates, place Monday evening, where in a meadow, across the road, of not more than ten acres could have been seen three mowers, two hay rakes and one tedder. It looks like haying in dead earnest.
As Wm. Kotzer, an elderly man and father-in-law to August Noah, was returning from trading in town Friday afternoon, he fell backward out of his buggy, striking across a block of wood in the road, resulting in a broken shoulder blade and two broken ribs. Dr. Barber was called to attend him, who reports the old gentleman doing nicely.
John Memhard went over to Fairchild yesterday.
Mrs. L. Moody was down from Withee Wednesday.
Miss Jemerson accompanied Dr. W. Kennedy up from Neillsville Monday.
Claude Carter drove to Thorp and back Saturday.
Herbert White was in Marshfield a day this week.
Blackberries are quite plentiful and the woods are full of pickers.
H. W. Hunt, wife and three of the children were in Loyal yesterday.
Elmer Brown was bestirring himself on Greenwood streets last Friday.
Mrs. E. H. Upham is entertaining company from Marshfield.
Chas. Smazel of Manitowoc has been looking over Clark county lands this week.
Mrs. G. S. Barlow and Elsie are visiting in Stevens Point this week.
Ask Ferdie Anderson about boat riding with young ladies when the boat sinks.
A. E. Jordan returned Friday from Stillwater.
Mrs. Chas. Hogue is entertaining her sister-in-law, Mrs. Potter, of the Falls.
Mrs. Minnie Niemann is reported as quite ill at the home of Chas. Roseman.
Dr. A. F. Fuchs was over from Loyal on professional business Saturday.
Rev. W. E. Kloster announces that there will be an old people's service in the M. E. church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. All are cordially invited to be present.
Dr. Karl Baker reports a young man born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cox last Sunday evening.
Henry Johnson and family have moved into their new home, where they have a cozy place.
The postoffice building is being decorated with a needed coat of paint under the skillful touches of Albert Shanks and corps.
Bears are reported to be very plentiful again this year. They are great berry pickers and always seem to know where to find them.
Jos. Stair arrived Tuesday evening to enter the bank here as assistant cashier. He will be a permanent fixture with the institution. "Joe" made many friends during his stay last winter and now that he is back to remain permanently, is a cause of rejoicing on the part of those who became acquainted with him then.
The Ladies of the Thursday Club gave a large picnic, on the beautiful but mysterious Black last Thursday afternoon. Why the men were barred from this particular gathering is a question that has been considered by that sex. What the result will be time will tell.
Between ten and fifteen delegates will go from Greenwood to attend the Sunday school convention at Thorp next week.
G. W. Blackburnn wife and daughter, with N. D. Gordan of Louisville and Martin Suley of Milwaukee, drove down from Withee Wednesday, registering at the Greenwood House.
H. S. Vorsen of Des Moines, Ia., was in town placing a new burglar alarm system in the Greenwood State Bank. Its woe now to the man who tries to hold up the safe or walk away with the bank's money.
Frank Peterson was in town yesterday looking as happy and independent as a king. Since he bought a farm in Beaver only a few weeks ago he has built himself a house and has moved in.
Dr. B. P. Churchill wears a smile that is more than usually bright. The reason is that he is the proud father of a little Miss his wife presented him Monday morning.
Mrs. Geo. Cummings has put in an assortment of confectionery and bakery good and is getting in readiness to serve the public's wants in the way of eatables and refreshments of all kinds.
Geo. Warner of Hemlock has been nursing a sore hand caused by being scratched on the stump of a horn that had been dehorned and a poison having been communicated to his blood. He is better at last reports.
Jos. Herrian and Frank Kubat of Neillsville, with assistants, are laying the brick veneer on the Wollenberg property and have the wall over half up. They are doing a good job and when completed the building will be one of the showiest in town.
Dr. E. H. Thomas and Jeweler E. H. Thompson were doing professional work in Neillsville the first of the week. The doctor is meeting with large success in curing ruptures and says he is finding new cases every week.
The following Odd Fellows were at Neillsville Saturday evening participating in the installation of officers in the lodge there: Paul and W. H. Rossman, Elias and P. E. Peterson, Frank Zetsche, Harry Mead, Max Heaslett, Albert Shanks, Kinzie Andrews and L. C. Rogers. The visit will be returned tomorrow night when the lodge here will install officers.
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