News: Greenwood (29 Sept. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Leuthe, Johnson, Braun, Miller, Sperbeck, Smith, Brown, Foster,
Vine, Waseca, Alton, Pratt, Dingley, Gleaner, Sheets, MacCumber,
Green, Ingham, Scoville, Fatzinger, Owen, Howard, Holley, Harmison,
Churchill, Shanks, Rossman, Hendrickson, Randles, Scafe, Hill,
Rufinot, Francis, Adams, Hull, Memhard, Schofield, Lawver, Leach,
Stafford, Voss, Kelly, Stewart, Dysart, Upham, Wright, Chute,
Ladewig, Jacobson, Wright, Parker, Bullard, Hendren, Campbell,
Oxford, Ireland, Hunt, Barber, Huntzicker, Borseth, Hugaboom,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 29 Sept.
Mrs. Ed. Miller is visiting in Grant county.
78 per cent Gasoline--Same as we use in our gas plant, per gal. 18c--Foster Mercantile Co.
Jessie Lawver is working in a hotel in Merrillan.
C. M. Hunt made a flying trip to Milwaukee, Sparta and other points Saturday, returning home Monday.
Dr. Barber has moved his office into the Huntzicker building recently vacated by I. E. Borseth.
The Reporter is a new weekly paper recently started at Dorchester. Ray W. Hugaboom is the proprietor.
H. W. Hunt is confined to the house again.
Alex. Ireland, the fireman on the branch, has rented one of Ch. Kippenhan's houses and has moved in with his family.
Henry Oxford has been spending the week with Greenwoodites.
G. W. Campbell entertained his family from Marshfield the first of the week.
Greenwood misses "Dick" Elder Hendren having sold him some time ago to Warren Bullard of Neillsville. The Elder had driven "Dick" for about fourteen years and he had almost become a part of the family.
Ed. Parker and wife were down from Perkinstown the last of the week for a short visit among their Greenwood friends. Ed reports a good a business for Warner & Parker.
M. H. Wright and wife received a visit last week from their sister-in-law, Mrs. A. R. Wright of Mauston.
Mrs. Ladewig and daughter of Marshfield, came over Monday and have been the guests of J. A. Jacobson and family. They expected to take in the picnic, but that happy event never came.
M. H. Wright has purchased Herb Chute's interest in the apiary, except his half of the bees. Mr. Clute has serious thoughts of going to Cuba or Australia. He has some good openings in both of these places.
The Thursday Club meets with Mrs. E. H. Upham next week. It will be their annual meeting for the election of officers, and all members are urged to be present.
Dr. Harry J. Stewart and G. Dysart, both of Chicago were over Sunday guest of John Memhard.
Married at the M. E. parsonage, Stanley, Wisconsin, Sept 26, 1900, Mr. William C. Francis to Miss Ora Adams, both of Thorp, Wis. Rev. Paul Hull performing the ceremony.
Hugh Schofield returned home Friday and left the first of the week for his studies in Chicago. Hugh has been very successful in his practice this summer at Perkinstown.
Maggie Lawver, daughter of John Lawver, went to Neillsville Saturday to accept a position in one the hotels there.
T. Leach of Eleva, was over the first of the week to make preparations for building a house on an eighty he has purchased across the road from John Stafford.
Mrs. W. E. Voss of Warrens, who with her husband were former Greenwoodites, is visiting at the home of S. R. Kelly.
Mrs. Jeanette Holley left yesterday morning for her home in New York.
Eugene Rufinot fell from a horse Wednesday evening and broke his right arm just a few inches above the wrist. Dr. Churchill was called to attend him.
Dr. B. P. Churchill has been improving his office and making it more convenient by connecting it with a hallway to his house. Lennie Shanks was master mechanic. He is also preparing to build a neat little barn on the rear of his lot.
Mrs. J. C. Miller accompanied Mrs. Holley to Stevens Point yesterday.
The family of A. A. Harmison have moved into the rooms over Paul Rossman's house. They are from Eau Claire and Mr. Harmison has charge of the meat market for Victor Hendrickson.
L. J. Randles was showing a nice bunch of ripe raspberries on the street yesterday, which he picked by the roadside.
The Baptists have been very fortunate in engaging the services of C. R. Scafe of Chicago, as pastor. He preached most acceptably Sunday and in his methods of work and his make up show that he is a man of force, talent and goodness. He expects to move onto the field with his wife the fore part of October.
The West Wisconsin M. E. conference left pastors much as they were located last year. About the only changes in this section are the Rev. J. Hill has been assigned to Loyal in place of Rev. Geo. Brown who goes to Hazel Green, and A. V. Ingham goes to Neillsville in place of A. B. Scoville who goes to North Freedom.
Mr. Cal MacCumber was the guest of Jno. Fatzinger in our city Saturday and paid us a friendly call.
Rev. T. G. Owen will lecture in the People's hall next Sunday morning and evening. All are invited to be present.
Mrs. Mahala Sheets, mother of E. K. and J. A. Sheets, accompanied by Mrs. Maggie Howard, their cousin and her daughter Beatrice, arrived from Ohio Saturday evening for a visit with relatives here. Mrs. Sheets is over 82 years of age and shows pretty good strength to take such a trip.
The Gleaner family are now domiciled in their new quarters and the thought of not having to move in three months brings a relief that is hard to express.
Greenwood could as well increase this population by several families if only there were suitable dwelling houses that could be rented at reasonable prices.
George Alton and Hiley Pratt are putting a cellar under A. Dingley's house.
The ladies of the M. E. church gave a surprise party Wednesday evening to J. C. Miller and wife. About twenty-five were present and a very pleasant evening was reported.
R. Sperbeck and family have moved into his brother's residence. The rooms over the bank have been engaged by Dr. Brown who will move in at once.
The seven-year-old son of August Waseca fell down a cellar way Friday and broke his arm and dislocated his shoulder.
The family of J. C. Miller will be somewhat scattered this winter. Mrs. Miller and the girls will spend the winter in the west where Lynn is, while Smith will attend Hamlin college and the father remain here to look after his logging and other interests.
Miss Annie Johnson departed for Ashland Monday, where she will remain for some time with her sister, Mrs. Jerry Vine.
B. E. Leuthe was in town Wednesday making preparations for the Warehouse Company, who have rented the Foster warehouse at the depot and will buy all manner of produce. Chris Braun is working for the company.
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