News: Greenwood (16 Nov. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Bibby, Williams, Palms, Baker, Hommel, Shanks, Grasshorn, Foster,
Schuckhart, Rossman, Schofield, Anderson, McMullen, Scafe, Parker,
Jenks, Jordan, Anderson, Shrimpton, Stair, Begley, Kauffman, Upham,
Norris, Greaner, Stanton, Eichel, Ferneau, Miller, Burch, Opelt,
O’Connor, Churchill, Varney, Bartlett,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.)
Jas. Bibby and wife and his brother Andrew departed Tuesday for Portland, Oregon.
J. R. Williams has had a small addition built on to his saloon property, W. H. Palms doing the work.
Mrs. C. O. Baker is undergoing a siege of sickness, so that she is confined to her bed.
The marshal, Ed. Hommel, has been under the weather a few days this week, suffering from a touch of tonsilitis.
John Shanks shipped five carloads of cattle from Greenwood Tuesday.
Work on the Grasshorn creamery is being pushed right along. It is an imposing building that will be a credit to Greenwood and to Mr. Foster who is putting it up for Mr. Grasshorn. It is being provided with a cold storage. It will also have living apartments over head.
Etta Schuckhart was over from Loyal to attend the concert Saturday evening. Her nephew, O. H. Schumacher, accompanied her home Sunday.
W. H. Rossman and family drove over from Greenwood Sunday for a few hours visit with friends. Loyal Tribune.
Mesdames Ropt. Schofield, W. H. Palms and Miss Nellie Anderson are attending the Unitarian convention in Neillsville this week.
L. J. McMullen and sons have moved into some rooms over the bank.
W. H. Rossman has moved into his new blacksmith shop one block west of where he used to be located. For convenience in arrangement and up-to-dateness it is hard to beat.
The union Bible study class formed recently, is meeting every Tuesday evenng at 730 in the Presbyterian church. There are about twenty-five members. All who are interested in the study of the Bible are invited to unite with the class. The study is by course, beginning with Genesis. C. R. Scafe is the leader.
W. D. Parker, state inspector of high schools, was in town Wednesday visiting the high school. He speaks very highly of the work being done and says that Greenwood has an excellent high school.
Jenks Bros. have their creamery all up and enclosed and are working on the inside. Carpenters from Loyal are doing the work.
A. E. Jordan went to Stillwater, Minn., Sunday last for a visit with friends, and returned Wednesday.
Ferdie Anderson, Frank Shrimpton, and Jos Stair started for St. Paul Wednesday, and from there Mr. Stair and Mr. Shrimpton go to visit home and friends in Iowa.
T. R. Begley of Rib Lake, is visiting his mother and sister a few days this week. He has just been appointed general superintendent of the tannery there, his duties to begin the first of next month.
H. Kauffman of Hillsboro, Wis., who has purchased a tract of Upham land south-east of Greenwood was in the city Monday. He expects later to open up a farm.
James Norris has accepted the "devil's" position in the Greaner office and is learning some of the mysteries of the black art.
Wm. Bibby of Randolph, spent a few days recently with his brothers south of the Twenty-six road. While here he purchased his brothers James' farm.
John Stanton, Jr., has erected a snug little barn on his land west of Mr. Eichel's place and has gone after his stock which is at Mondovi.
Ralph Ferneau is getting out stone for Chas. Miller, which we understand is to be used by him in building a nice residence next spring.
Dr. B. P. Churchill is making a flying trip to Milwaukee, leaving last night and returning Saturday.
E. T. Burch went to Neillsville Wednesday for a short visit with his mother and sister at Blair.
Max Opelt who is postmaster at Lynn, was in the city Tuesday.
Hugh O'Connor was over from Marshfield on business last Friday. He has given up the livery business there and will return shortly to his former home in Reedsburg.
Ralph Varney was married on Nov. 3, at Rhinelander to Miss Henrietta Bartlett, of Decatur, Ill. Ralph is teaching at Lac du Flambeau and came down to Rhinelander to meet his bride. On arriving home after the ceremony he found his friends had taken possession of his house, which he had already furnished, and had the fires lighted, and the table ready for them to partake of their wedding supper.
Miss Emma Wollenberg is visiting friends and relatives at Sheboygan, Wis.
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