News: Greenwood, Wis. (7 Dec. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Cummings, Smith, Hogue, Helwig, Bopp, Randles, Schumacher, Wellan,
Peabody, McKinney, Kloster, Taylor, Ball, Hendren, Nelson,
Richeleu, Tripp, Ware, Bashelier, Jemerson, Burnside, Sanford,
Shanks, Sullivan, Carter, Thompson, Klinke, Hubbell, Gates, Syth,
Roseman, Behrens, Tompkins, Hummel, Jorstad, Johnson, Drinkwine,
Churchill, Gruwell, Baublitt, Peterson, Krogenes, Trott, Klinke,
Kennedy, Mason, Hendrickson, Henry, Devere, Sutton, Bell, Adamson,
Baker, Kristensen, Sperbeck, Moulton, Hendron, Monroe, Marindale,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 7 Dec.
Gladys Cummings visited with Amy Smith in Loyal a few days last week.
Stella Hogue was a Loyal visitor on Thanksgiving day.
Clara Helwig and Will Bopp drove up Thursday from North Branch to eat Thanksgiving dinner with L. J. Randles and family.
O.H. Schumacher and Conrad Wellan drove over to Loyal Thursday to eat Thanksgiving dinner with C. M. Peabody and family.
Chas. Cummings and wife and Otto Behrens and wife were up at Perkinstown last week, returning Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tripp of Marshfield, came over to this city last week Thursday night for a visit with friends.
Fred Ball and wife came up from the Point to spend Thanksgiving with her people, Rev. W. T. Hendren and wife. Mrs. B. remained over until Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson were down from Thorp Friday last, making a visit at Carl Richeleu's.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor returned Saturday from Black River Falls.
Rev. McKinney and family at Marshfield were visiting with Rev. Kloster's family last week. They enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner together.
Nels Hendrickson of Longwood, was in town Wednesday. He has just sold his farm of eighty acres to A. L Henry of Jefferson, Wis. Consideration, $2,500.
Miss Mason is home from her school for the holidays.
Dr. Kennedy announces that he will be in Greenwood Tuesday, Dec. 11, and he asks that those having accounts with him be prepared to settle same.
Frank Klinke and wife were county seat visitors Monday.
Fred Trott, son of M. J. Trott, arrived from Mondovi last week to visit with his folks here. He expects to remain for this winter.
Ole Peterson is building himself a nice little home on a piece of timber land which he reserved from his farm when he sold it last summer. It is across the road from Mons Krogenes.
A boy was born to Henry Baublitt and wife Tuesday morning, this being their first. Now Ransom Peterson can smile as being grandpa.
Otto Gruwell and Larry Drinkwine were sawing logs Tuesday and while falling a tree it struck the saw which Mr. Drinkwine was using, whipping it around in such a shape as to break both bones of his right forearm, causing a compound fracture. It is a painful accident for Mr. Drinkwine's advance age, but as we go to press Dr. Churchill, who is attending the case, reports the patient doing nicely.
Mesdames Jorstad and Johnson of Longwood, were in the city Friday calling on friends.
Oscar Hummel and wife were the recipients Sunday evening of a little girl, which will call them papa and mamma.
Paul Rossman, Frank Carter, B. F. Thompson, Frank Klinke, Arthur Hubbell, S. L. Gates, Jas. Syth, Chas. Roseman, Alex Behrens and Mrs. Rebecca Tompkins were all courthing Tuesday, the case being the Osborne Co. vs. Mrs. Tompkins. The decision was rendered in favor of the latter.
Mrs. John Shanks was called to Dorchester, Wis. by the death of her sister's child, Dan Sullivan, son of Mrs. J. Sullivan. He died of membraneous croupe. His age was four years and seven months. He was buried Thanksgiving day.
Miss Lizzie Sanford who left here last week, is now in Minneapolis, Minn. where she is taking a course of training in nursing.
Miss Mattie Jemerson of Neillsville, is doing professional duties as nurse for Mrs. J. M. Burnside.
F. H. Bashelier, representing Barnhart Bros. & Spindler of Chicago, was in the city Monday and received an order for a lot of new type and other printing office material. We are bound to be in the front rank for good up-to-date printing.
John Mack can make more money serving as a juror than many of the professionals, but he does not do it in their style, however. He simply picks it up along the street. So far, though, he reports only one such lucky find, when he was walking down from the court house one forenoon and picked up a five dollar bill lying beside the sidewalk. But as John is an honest man he found an owner for the V the next day.
H. K. Scott of Stockbridge, Calumet Co., is visiting his son, Archie.
Julius Ware and his mother returned from Stockbridge where they have been visiting relatives the past week.
Married in Greenwood, Wis., Dec. 5, 1900, by Rev. Wm T. Hendron, Mr. Maxom Monroe, late of Deerfield, Waushara Co., Wis., and Mrs. Lucy J. Marnindale, of Christie, Clark Co., Wis. Mr. Monroe will now reside at Christie.
J. H. Moulton, of Chicago, son-in-law of Mrs. Angeline Rossman came to the city Tuesday to visit friends.
R. Sperbeck went to Medford Tuesday.
Dr. Karl Baker and Alfred Kristenson, the druggist, drove over from Greenwood last Sunday.--Loyal Tribune.
A $1400 prize wrestling match is advertized to take place in Marshfield Saturday night between Fred Bell and Ed. Adamson. It is counted on as a great match among the sporting fraternity. It is possible that the train will made a special trip from here if there are enough who care to go over.
Devere & Sutton's comedians are playing a three nights' engagement at the Woodmen hall. The company is composed of nine people and come here well recommended. They change their play every night and introduce new high class specialties between the acts which make the performance continuous. Last night they presented the laughing cyclone, "My Mother-in-Law," which was a continuous laugh from start to finish, and was enjoyed by all who saw it. Tonight they play, "A Wild Goose Chase," and Saturday the play will be, "A Yankee in Cuba," Reserved seats are on sale at the City Drug Store.
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