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News: Greenwood (31 Aug. 1900)
Surnames: Bryden, Peterson, Green, Smith, Poad,
Baker, Wellen, Vine, Peabody, Stevens, Schwarze, Calway, Noah,
Hartson, Hommell, Rommel, Widgerson, Miller, Hendrickson,
Gilleland, Shelby, Carroll, Burns, Hansen, Einfeldt, Harlow, Mead,
Hartson, Beyer, White, Adamson, Rossman, Garman, Humpke, Wallis,
Taylor, Palmer, Wilcox, Boyer, Schofield, Thompson, Shaw, Kloster,
Jarstad, Maack, Foster, Marx, Johnson, Stevens, Andrews, Hunt,
Chute, Clute, Hendren, Carter, Carpenter, Owens, Hummel, Varney,
Anderson, Johnston, Mack, Shanks, Huntley, Brown, Scott, Memhard,
Jorgenson, Holley, Franckenberg
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood,
Clark County, Wis.) 31 Aug. 1900
Mrs. H. W. Bryden and son are spending the week with her sister, Mrs. P. E. Peterson.
Lottie Green of Loyal, was the guest of her sister, Miss Matie, Sunday.
Amy Smith of Loyal, spent Sunday with her brother, Will and family.
Dr. W. T. Poad answered a professional call to Hemlock, near Greenwood, last Saturday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Poad.
Dr. Karl Baker is spending a few days visiting his brother, Dr. Baker of Warrens. He expects to be back in office early next week.
Conrad Wellen returned from his visit at Whitehall Tuesday.
Miss Mary Vine from Rice Lake has been visiting relatives here during the past week.
A bouncing little girl was born to Clinton Peabody and wife Saturday Aug. 25
P. M. Stevens came home Thursday evening of last week from a trip to Medford and Perkinstown.
Herman Schwarze and son Adolph were county seat visitors Saturday.
The local camp of Modern Woodmen are planning for a rousing old time picnic to be held probably Sept. 18. Committees are at work making preparations and only a complete success may be expected.
A. W. Calway visited his folks in Neillsville over Sunday.
Simon Noah and family visited with her people near Neillsville last Sunday.
Mrs. Lucy Hartson has purchased Ed. Hommel's residence property, and it will be occupied by the Gleaner family in about a month. Mr. Rommel expects to go west this winter or early spring.
E. Wigderson has been receiving a visit from his father, Israel Wigderson of Clintonville, Wis., who on his return, was accompanied as far as Marshfield by his son and family.
Chas. Miller and Henry Hendrickson went to Perkinstown Monday.
Mrs. C. H. Gilleland of Indianapolis, Ind., arrived Monday evening for a surprise visit to their daughter, Mrs. W. P. Shelby, who is living on the Carroll-Burns farm east of town. She was accompanied by Mrs. S.'s oldest daughter, Jessie.
Sena Hansen is teaching school near Dorchester.
Mrs. F. W. Einfeldt is visiting relatives in Chicago for a week or so.
Wm. Harlow has purchased the residence property belonging to Mrs. Harry Mead, sistuated next to Postmaster Hartson. He hopes to move in about the first of October.
Benno Beyer, who has been working with A. M. White for the past year, has gone to Loyal to work for Wm Murphy in his hardware store. His father drove over with him Monday.
Chas. A. Adamson did legel business in Neillsville Tuesday.
Mabel Rossman and her sister-in-law, Mrs. L. A. Rossman, started for Superior Saturday morning, to be gone for the winter.
F. M. Garman of Alma Center, was in this city the first of the week tuning pianos.
Henry Humpke was a Neillsville visitor Tuesday, riding with Pa. Wallis' fast express.
F. M. Taylor and wife recently started for Battle Creek; Mich., where Mrs. Taylor will remain for treatment. On the way Mr. Taylor will stop in Chicago and purchased goods for the Greenwood Mercantile Co., of which he is a partner.
Eleven teams went to Globe Monday, for a saw mill of Joe Palmer's which was hauled to a site near Eidsvold, the loads of which passed through this city.
L. Wilcox left for Chicago Saturday morning to help celebrate with the old soldiers.
Pearl Boyer of Loyal, was calling on Greenwood friends Wednesday.
Mrs. R. Schofield's singing class at the Tuesday night meet is now well along in the musical study. Mrs. Schofield is thorough in her work and those who take lessons of her know what they learn.
Fred Schwarze left for Watertown, S. D., Wednesday to visit his sister, Mrs. Thompson. He expects to return some time this fall.
Mrs. Jerome Shaw, living a few miles south of Christie, died very suddenly Sunday morning. A couple of hours before she gave birth to a healthy baby girl which is still living. The funeral occurred Wednesday from the Christie M. E.church, Rev. W. E. Kloster officiating.
Herman Jorstad was down from Longwood Sunday.
Ed. Einfeldt has been appointed missionary-colporter by the American Baptist Publication Society, his field to include Western Wisconsin. He left Monday to get his wagon and take up the work. Mr. Einfeldt is aggressive, thoroughly believes in his work and will do effective work in organizing Sunday schools and getting religious literature among those who are more remote from gospel influences.
John Maack this week brought up a stock of broom corn to show what can be done with it in Clark county, he having planted a couple or rows of it on his place.
The merchants are receiving large consignments of fall and winter goods, showing that they expect an unusually large trade this season. The Foster Mer. Co. alone received a car load last week and they have more coming. The public will find out in time that Greenwood is a hard town to beat with it comes to trading.
Matt Marx, who owns the Fernand Johnson farm, has been making brick out of a clay that he discovered on his place that proves to be of superior toughness and as smooth as the Bright brick from below Hatfield. It is gratifying to see citizens developing industries like this, which means much to the communities where they are located--Neillsville Times.
Mrs. P. M. Stevens and Effie Andrews took the Central for Chicago Saturday morning.
Faye Hunt is visiting in Sparta this week.
Mrs. C. H. Chute and children are visiting relatives in Mauston.
Emma Hendren went to the Point Saturday.
Claude Carter joined the Neillsville ball team Saturday to play with them in La Crosse Sunday.
The King's Daughters society will meet at two o'clock Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Carpenter.
Rev. T. G. Owens will preach both morning and evening next Sunday in the People's Hall.
Warren Hummel is home again.
Mable Varney goes to Dorchester Saturday to teach in the intermediate department there.
The Big Store was closed Friday afternoon during the funeral of the late Mr. Anderson out of respect to Ferdie, the bookkeeper.
Rolla Johnston, Jason Mack and Davie Shanks started to La Crosse the first of the week to attend Toland's business university.
Wm Huntley and Lamont E. Brown of Neillsville, were in the city Wednesday looking after voters for this coming election. They are Democratic candidates for county treasurer and sheriff, respectively.
Vernon Scott of Stockbridge, is visiting his brother, A. C. Scott.
Real Estate Agent Clute was doing business in Neillsville Wednesday.
Albert Anderson is clerking in the Greenwood Mercantile Company's store.
John Memhard returned Friday from his trip east and following him are carloads of goods for the fall trade.
School commences Monday.
Mrs. L. Jorgenson of Longwood, was in the city yesterday.
Chas. and Wm. Miller are receiving a visit from their cousin, Mrs. Jeanette Holley, of Jamestown, N. Y.
We want a correspondent from every town in northern Clark county that is alive enough to have a marriage once a year, or whose citizens get out side their own neighborhood occasionally.
Rev. Kloster and family and Gladys Cummings are attending the camp meeting at York Center this week.
H. Franckenberg is in Chicago and Milwaukee this week purchasing fall and winter stock for their store.
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