News: Greenwood (30 Nov. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Johnson, Fatzinger, Foster, Cook, Austin, Hartson, Kloster,
Burnside, Pratt, Mead, Oelig, Dawes, McIntire, Bullard, Hendren,
Paulson, Volk, Moffat, Seyforth, Walker, Trowbridge, Meek, Alton,
Bailey, Schofield, Morrison, Green, Dodge, Palch, Brown, Drummond,
Peck, Franz, Kuehn, Benson, Pfeifer, Cady, Hobbs, Cummings,
Herrian, Kuester, Memhard, Foster, Jackson, Shepherd, Zednick,
Buttke, Hendrickson, Iehl, Anderson, Sheets, Schwarze, Shrimpton,
Sparlock, White, Oelig, Palms, Begley, Taylor, Barlow, Sorenson,
Langley, Bishop, Bowen, Brownell, Dawes, Fradette, Kristiansen,
Hogue, Loft, Nichol, Raymond, Warner, Peterson
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 30 Nov.
W. E. Johnson came over from Fairchild Monday to look after the plastering on the creamery. He is a busy man, having, besides this contract, another one in Fairchild where he is putting up a building for the Foster people.
J. T. Fatzinger returned the first of the week to duties at the other end of the line, having taken Agent Burnside's place here for the past week.
G. A. Foster, manager of the Fairchld Big Store, was a Greenwood visitor Monday.
Lyulph Cook, who has been working in Manley Austin's camp east of Medford came home Thursday night laid up with a cut in his left leg which was received some time ago from the ax of a companion who was chopping logs with him. It is a pretty sore affair and will lay him up for some time.
Mrs. Lucy Hartson came up from the town of Grant to help in the Gleaner home for a few days.
Don't forget the union Thanksgiving service in the Baptist church tonight, Thursday. Rev W. E. Kloster preaches the sermon.
We failed to mention last week the birth of a seven pound boy to J. M. Burnside and wife, Wednesday, Nov. 21. Mother and child are doing well.
Editor Pratt, of the Fairchild Observer, is appreciative of Greenwood goods and was over Monday trying on a suit which Tailor Volk is making for him.
Phile Mead and wife were down from Longwood Tuesday.
Grace Oelig left Saturday for a few weeks' visit with her cousin, Mrs. Ross Paulson at Granton.
Wm. A. Dawes and family received a visit the first of the week from his son-in-law, H. D. McIntire, of Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bullard of Neilsville, visited Rev. W. T. Hendren and wife Saturday.
M. Moffat and son of Poysippi, have been in town the past week putting on siding and otherwise improving the Dawes shoe factory.
Charles, John and Fred Seyforth, with their wives, and Mr. A. J. Walker, relatives of Mrs. Wm. Trowbridge, came over from Mondovi Tuesday and accompanied Mr. T. with the remains of their little son to Mondovi the next day.
Lute Meek has been improving his residence by raising it and laying a good stone wall under it, so that now he will have as good a cellar as any of them. He is also building on a woodshed. His brother Will, from Loyal is master mechanic.
Geo. Alton has been plastering the addition to the Gleaner home this week. He and his family are living on the forty he recently bought out beyond his father's place.
B. L. Bailey is down from northern Michigan looking after business interests.
Mrs. Robert Schofield went to Fairchild Wednesday to meet her daughter, Mrs. Morrison and two sons who are here to spend Thanksgiving. Allie is expected home next month.
Ernie Green came up from Levis Tuesday to take back his sister for Thanksgiving. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Dodge, Miss Patch and Dr. Brown.
John Drummond has been prevailed upon to remain in his position in the Big Store and so he has allowed his option on the store in Necedah to pass untaken. This will be a source of pleasure to his many friends here.
E. C. Peck and family have moved to Chicago where he has accepted a steady position at carpenter work and so will make it his home for at least some time to come. We are glad to say however, that he has not entirely forsaken this place, for he holds the title of some good property here and will probably come back to us some day.
A baby girl is reported at the home of Wm. Franz, which now gives them a pair, a boy and a girl.
A sudden death occurred on the West Side Monday afternoon, when Mrs. F. Kuehn breathed her last as the result of a hemorrhage. The funeral takes place in the West Side church today--Thursday. We hope to give further particulars next week.
Mrs. Carl Benson and daughter were down from Longwood Tuesday trading and calling on friends.
Frank Pfeifer, who has been out west for the past year or more, is working for Vic. Hendrickson in the meat market.
J. M. Cady and Hubert Hobbs of Hixton, came up Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving with the former's daughter, Mrs. Geo. Cummings.
Joe Herrian and Fred Kuester have finished plastering for Aug. Baumann and Fred says he will take to the woods and, like a bear will hibernate for the winter.
John Memhard, manager of the Foster Merc. Co. Store at Greenwood, drove over to Loyal yesterday morning, accompanied by Mr. Drummond, of the same Place--Chronicle. Mr. Memhard left Wednesday morning for Chicago where he will give thanks with his family.
It looks as though business was improving with Dr. Jackson, as he has rented the barn belonging to John Jenks, on the Jay Holmes place, and will turn it into an equine hospital where sick, halt and lame horses can be taken to receive a veterinary surgeon's care.--Loyal Chronicle.
Mr. F. E. Shepherd, representing the firm of Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co. of Chicago, Sundayed in our city and attended church. While an old friend of Messrs. Drummond and Memhard, it is known by those posted that the attraction that held him was the young lady he had out sleighriding. How is it, A.K.?
Pauline Zednick, one of the Big Store clerks, visited her people in Neillsville Sunday.
Frank Buttke and John Hendrickson were at Merrillan last Wednesday attending the wedding of Frank's sister, Gusta, to Edward Iehl of that place which occurred Wednesday.
T. A. Anderson has gotten out bills advertising an auction sale at the Commercial House next Saturday, commencing at 1 o'clock. He has iron beds, mattresses, dressers, commodes, dishes, stove, etc. that he wished to dispose of and this will prove a bargain for those having needs in this line.
Wm. Trowbridge and wife are called upon to mourn the loss of an infant girl which was born Sunday afternoon, dying five hours later. The little one was buried at their former home in Mondovi Wednesday. The loss is sadder than usual because they have already lost their only child, a boy of eight years, they now being childless. Mr. Trowbridge came up from Mondovi some time ago and has rented E. K. Sheets' farm south of town. He also owns a piece of land three miles west of town, cornering with H. W. Schwarze's place.
We made a slight mistake in our notice of Mr. Shrimpton's wedding last week. The bride's surname as Sparlock instead of White as we printed it, her full name being Maud White Sparlock.
Will Oelig left for Thorp Sunday, where he has a job of scaling lumber which is being loaded on the cars for the Briggs people.
Ina Palms went to Rib Lake Wednesday, to eat Thanksgiving dinner with her sister, Mrs. T. R. Begley. She will return Saturday.
F. M. Taylor is spending his Thanksgiving at the Falls with his wife and her people. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have recently taken rooms at the home of G. S. Barlow and wife.
Julius Sorenson, wife and three sons were down from Longwood Tuesday on business.
A company of Greenwood and Loyal parties has been buying and selling grain. They will do business under the name of Clark County Hay and Grain Company.
Wm. Langley, who has been running the engine for E. Derby, is home again.
Following are the pupils who have been neither absent nor tardy for the past three months: Mable Bishop, Rose Bowen, Horace Brownell, Emma Dawes, James Fradette, Signa Kristiansen, Stella Hogue, Jennie Loft, Mable Lucas, Dolly Nichol, Irma Palms, Pearl Pratt and Florence Raymond. Those tardy, not absent, are Hazel Warner and Peter Peterson.
Greenwood for Neillsville daily exempt Sunday at________________7
Neillsville for Greenwood__________________________________2
Arrive at Greenwood________________________________________5:30 P.M.
Greenwood for Withee daily except Sunday at_________________7
Arrive at Greenwood_________________________________________4:15 P.M.
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