News: Greenwood, Wis. (24 Aug. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Adams, Thompson, Wigderson, Mason,
Reineking, Krokson, Wessenberg, Brown, Churchill, Mulvey, Draper,
Dawes, Peterson, Baird, Osgood, Long, Simon, Brooks, Hartson,
Larson, Lewis, Anderson, Richmond, Silvers, Sanford, Hendren,
Chandler, Cummings, Peck, Foster, Behrens, Klinke, Volk, Bryden,
Clute, Thomas, Donaldson, Gibson, Servaty, Fricke, Owens, Chute,
Wellen, Palms, Franckenberg, Rufinot, Peabody, Shuckhart, Barber,
Ludington, Lucas, Warner, Barlow, Rossman, Palmer, Williams,
Youmans, Oakley, Kristenson, Bredeson, Harlow, Wollenberg, Davel,
Hobbs, McCutcheon, Fear, Hull, Darton, Kippenhan, Shanks, Miller,
Johnson, Burch, Swetland, Bailey, Pounder, Crane
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark
County, Wis.) 24 Aug. 1900
Mrs. A. P. Adams and the twins are visiting at the home of Jeweller Thompson.
E. J. Wigderson came back from Ladysmith Friday.
Miss Mason went to Neillsville Friday and returned home Monday.
Born to E. W. Reineking Tuesday, a boy weighing fourteen pounds.
John Krokson returned to Perkinstown the first of the week.
The Sunday school will meet at the People's Hall next Sunday 10:30.
Wm. Wessenberg was doing mason work and moving in Loyal last week.
Dr. Brown of Monona, made a very pleasant call on Dr. Churchill Tuesday.
H. S. Mulvey of Loyal, was in the city Tuesday.
Minnie Draper of Loyal, visited Greenwood friends Wednesday.
The John S. Owens Lumber Co.'s lands for sale by C. H. Chute.
Donaldson & Co. recently put in a steam heating apparatus in Volk's store and residence.
Mrs. E. S. Donaldson returned home Saturday from an extended visit in Minnesota.
Alice Miller has been engaged to teach the Decker school again. School opens Sept. 17th.
Henry Johnson went a a delegate to the congressional convention held at Antigo Wednesday, Aug. 15, and returned Thursday night.
E. T. Burch, wife and daughter have been away visitng Mr. Burch's mother and sister near Blair.
Jessie Swetland came home from Antium, Mich., last Saturday. She has been helping Mrs. B. L. Bailey during the summer.
J.A. Pounder, son of Mrs. Jesse Crane, arrived home for Dawson, Alaska, Thursday, and will spend a month visiting relatives and friends. He expects to go back to the Klondike some time this fall.
Conrad Wellen, assistant in the post-office, started Monday for his home in Whitehall, where he is spending a week rusticating amid his boyhood scenes and visiting old time friends.
The social committee of the Epworth League extends a cordial invitation to all friends and members of the league and church to the ice cream social at the Woodman hall to-night. And a good time to boot.
Gossip is a swift animal and carries great stories. The other day while calling in the town of Sherwood, we were told for a fact that a certain popular Greenwood lady was married to another Greenwood scion and they went on to tell the day and the place of the ceremony. The young lady, however denies the story. Surely the monster Gossip is a hydra headed creature that should be left alone by every one.
E. Ludington of Marshfield, came up here Tuesday evening and consulted with Dr. Barber.
Miss Etta Shuckhart of Hixton, sister of Mrs. Peabody, arrived here Wednesday.
Do not fail to attend the Rufinot auction sale to-morrow.
The King's Daughters society will meet with Mrs. G. S. Barlow next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Henry Wollenberg of Medford, came down Saturday to spend the first of the week at home.
The Baptist Sunday school are planning to hold their annual picnic next Tuesday in the woods south of town.
The classes in the Presbyterian Sunday School belonging to Mrs. Franckenberg, Irma Palms and Conrad Wellen, enjoyed a picnic last Thursday in Lucas' grove.
Rev. Paul Hull, of the M. E. church, has purchased the A. W. Fear farm near Eidsvold from Mr. McCutcheon of Thorp.
D. H. Cady, who has been working in Christie this summer, was calling on his sister, Mrs. Geo. Cummings, Monday before returning to Hixton with Fern Hobbs, their niece.
John Davel, the Loyal harness maker, was calling on Ch. Wollenberg Sunday afternoon.
Wm Harlow has sold is place of forty acres to Anton Bredeson of Longwood, who is a son-in-law to Anton Kristenson. Mr. Bredeson takes possession about Oct. 1.
Prof. Oakley and wife from California and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youmans came up from Neillsville Thursday and have been the guests of Rev. W. T. Hendren and family.
Fred Williams left for Neillsville Friday to join Company A. who went to Camp Douglas, the state camping grounds, Saturday noon for a week of Military training.
Levi Palmer has resigned his position in the Greenwood Roller Mills, and in company with his father moved a few miles of Stanley, where they have bought land and timber, purposing to run a saw mill.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rossman's little baby girl aged five months, who has been poorly since birth, died Tuesday and was buried Wednesday. The funeral occurred from the house, and Rev. W.T. Hendren officiated. Four little girls, Elsie Barlow, Maud Warner, Ella Wollenberg and Eva Lucas sang and acted as pall-bearers.
Arthur and Will Darton and family came over from Beaver Saturday morning, stirring up the natives before three a.m. They were on there way after berries, so we'll forgive 'em.
From word received by relatives here it is learned that a baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chandler, Aug. 14. Mother and child doing well.
The Greenwood orchestra rendered sweet music for a dance at Loyal Friday evening.
Rue Cummings is assisting in the post office this week in the absence of the assistant.
E. C. Peck last week purchased a valuable eighty of the Cornell land, situated in the town of Beaver, about a mile from the Foster track.
Greenwood was well represented at the county seat last Saturday. Among those from here were Otto Behrens, Mrs. F. J. Klinke, Jacob Volk, John Bryden, C. H. Clute, Dr. E. H. Thomas, E. S. Donaldson and Jos. Gibson from Longwood.
Master Walter Servaty of Neillsville, has been visiting Grandma Fricke and family.
Carrie Shanks returned to Castlewood, S. D., Tuesday where she will teach this coming year and make her home with her uncle, Robt. Shanks.
Geo. Cummings and wife drove to Longwood Monday evening, Christina Larson accompanying them home.
Ch. Kippenhan is getting a neat and cosy house fixed up on his lot next to Mrs. William's place. It is divided into conveniently arranged rooms up stairs and down, is plastered throughout and is being finished in fine style.
Lottie Larson returned home last Thursday, after spending a few months with relatives and friends at Neillsville.
The city is putting up a hose house on the lot they recently purchased on the corner of Division and Main streets.
In the Hemlock notes will be noticed the death of an infant child of E. J. Lewis. The child was taken sick Saturday morning and died that evening.
The death of K. Anderson occurred yesterday morning at seven o'clock. The funeral will take place in Greenwood tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. More particulars next week.
Mrs. F. B. Richmond fell through the cellar door Wednesday evening, striking the cellar bottom on her neck and shoulders. When picked up she was unconscious and on coming to fainted away two or three times before rallying. Dr. Churchill was called at once, who found no bones broken but found several severe bruises. When the storm came up early in the evening she had opened the trap door to quiet the little boy who is afraid of a cyclone, later forgetting about it with the above result.
Joseph Silvers whose home was five miles west of here, while sawing logs in Z. Sanford's camp Wednesday, was struck on the head by a falling limb and instantly killed. Four men saw the manner of his death, but he was brought to the city where an inquest was held over his body. His funeral occurred yesterday forenoon from the Presbyterian church, Rev. W. T. Hendren officiating. Interment took place in the Greenwood cemetery. Deceased leaves a wife and two young children.
W. A. Dawes went to Grand Rapids Wednesday morning on business.
P. E. Peterson is up north a few days this week on business.
Greenwood and Eidsvold played ball Sunday at Thorp, the score resulting 13 to 5 in favor of Greenwood.
Hastings Baird and son, Ross, are home from their work at Prentice.
Richard Osgood returned Tuesday from a six weeks' visit at Wabasha, Minn.
Emma Dawes returned Tuesday from her stay in Minneapolis and was accompanied by her friend, Miss Belle Long of San Francisco, who spent a couple of days here, going on to Pittsville yesterday morning.
G. H. Simon preached his farewell sermons Sunday to large and attentive audiences. During his short stay in Greenwood he has made a host of friends who appreciate his spirit and talents and are loathe to have him leave. He left Monday morning to resume his studies in McCormick seminary.
Miss Mason will teach this year in a school south of Neillsville.
Geo. Brooks and wife drove from Lynn yesterday for a short visit with Grandma Hartson.
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