News: Greenwood, Wis. (14 Dec. 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn


Surnames: Wright, Anderson, Johnson, Gibson, Hogue, Williams, Hicks, Steinert, Foster, Miller, Kloster, Dawes, Buno, Mack, Frickes, Webster, Jorstad, Cummings, Alton, Stewart, Baker, Schwarze, Hummel, Fowler, Norris, Cunningham, Estabrooks, Bobbs, Wing, Herrian, Kippenhan, Brown, McConnell, Kelley, Youngblood, Alton, Hogue, Cummings, McMahn, Miller, Froelich, Beyer, Warner, Sheets, Pratt, Larson, Wellenberg, Chamberin, Nelson, Baird, Peterson 

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Dec. 1900 

County News 



M. H. Wright and wife are out of town.


Mrs. E. Anderson of Hemlock, was in the city Thursday.


The Ladies' Guild will meet with Mrs. H. Johnson next Wednesday.


Mr. and Mrs. Eunson of Neillsville, visited with J. R. Williams Friday.


Mrs. Jos. Gibson was in town awhile Friday.


Hicks' Almanacs are now on sale at the Post Office News Stand.


Mrs. C. Hogue has returned from her trip to Medford.


W. A. Dawes went to Pittsville on business Wednesday.


Mrs. Buno of Mondovi, was a guest at the house of J. R. Williams yesterday.


Cola Mack of Twenty-Six road, is visiting the Misses Frickes this week.


Eugene Webster was up from Neillsville Friday looking after business interests.


Johnie Jorstad of Longwood, passed through here last Friday on his way home from his visit.


Eugene Cummings and family came down from Medford Tuesday to see her father, A. C. Alton.


We are requested to state that John Eaton Post No. 213, G. A. R., will elect officers one week from tomorrow.


I. H. Stewart of Mauston was in the city on business Wednesday and Thursday.


Mrs. C. O. Baker, who has been confined to the house for some time, is now able to be out again.


Fred Schwarze is home again from Watertown, S. D. He says he likes it out west very much.


Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hummel are receiving a visit from their daughter, Mrs. C. Fowler, and her little girl.


Go to the shoe factory for anything on the line of custom shoe making, new work or repairing.


The W. A. Dawes shoe factory puts out a shoe, that will stand hard wear and be easy on the feet.


Mr. Frank Norris will lead the Christian endeavor at the Presbyterian church next Sunday evening.


John Cunningham of Fond du Lac, has been visiting C. H. Estabrooks. He is thinking of locating among us.


Wm. Bobbs is contemplating to move back to Richland Center in Richland county about Christmas time.


M. L. Wing of Neillsville, was up last week helping Joe Herrrian put on the hard finish to Chr. Kippenhan's new house.


Aug. and John Schwarze were in Neillsville Friday making final settlement for the place which was left to them by their father.


Lack of space prevents our giving as much local news matter this week as we would like. We believe we have nearly atoned for it, however, by the generous and valuable county correspondence.


There will be a special train on the Central leave for Marshfield at 6:35 Saturday night. Round trip will be 95 cents. It will be for the accommodation of those who wish to attend the wrestling match.


Mrs. Fred Brown of Merrillan, is visiting her mother, Mrs. McConnell.


The Ladies' Aid society served supper to nearly sixty people last Friday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kloster.


S. R. Kelley had taken a position traveling for a soap and perfume house. He reports excellent success so far.


Father Youngblood of Neillsville, was up Tuesday to see A. C. Alton, who is not expected to live. Telegrams were sent to his daughters Monday.


Our merchants are offering unusual inducements this year to Christmas shoppers, the stores being crowded full of holiday goodies.


The Wisconsin Iron and Bridge Co. are putting in the bridge across Black river on Twenty-six road. The contract calls for the work to be done by Jan. 1, 1901.


A. C. Alton who has been suffering from pneumonia for over a week, died yesterday morning at 4 o'clock. The funeral will take place Saturday, the interment to be in the Greenwood cemetery, Father Youngblood of Neillsville will officiate.


Oscar Hogue's family has moved up to Medford, where he is toting for the Gibson people. Drayman Cummings moved them up Friday. Their house here has been rented by G. L. Cummings and family, who formerly lived in the McMahn house across the Foster track.


Julius Steinert was down from Longwood Wednesday. He reports that while having a horse shod at Withee the day before, the animal flounced around and broke the blacksmith's arm.


Miss Alice Miller has resigned her position as teacher in the Decker district No. 1, on account of failing health. We are looking for another teacher.

Herman Froehlich

August Beyer

John Schwarze.


School Notes 


The G. H. S.S.S. met with Bessie Warner Friday night. Though all were not present a good time is reported. They elected the following officers:

Bessie Warner - president.

Emma Dawes - secretary.

Daisy Sheets - treasurer.

Pearl Pratt - critic.

Stella Hogue - poet.


The G. H. S. L. S. held their regular meeting last Friday. The officers elected were as follows;

Emma Dawes - president.

Ella Larson - vice president.

Ella Wellenberg - secretary.

Gail Sheets - treasurer.

Rose Bowen - sergeant at arms.


The following were the officers elected at the last meeting of the T.I.F.O.T.T.C.:

Arthur Chamberin - president.

Gertie Nelson - vice president.

Hazel Warner - secretary.

Nina Baird - treasurer.

Peter Peterson - critic.



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