News: Greenwood (12 March 1903)
Contact: Laurel Bragstad
Surnames: Alexander, Carter, Christofferson, Drummond, Hembre, Hogue, Jordan, Kountz, Morrison, Schmalz, Thompson
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 3/12/1903
The Greenwood Merry Makers Club will give their last dance of the season in Begley hall this coming Friday evening.
Sunday, March 15, at 7:30 p.m., Rev. J. Schmalz will hold divine service at Rossman’s hall. All Germans are cordially invited.
The 6-year-old girl of Iver Hembre has been quite sick and Sunday Dr. H.H. Christofferson of Loyal was out to see the little patient.
Bertha Morrison, Asbury hospital deaconess, will address the congregation at Grace M.E. church Sunday evening in the interest of deaconess work.
R.F. Kountz was up from Neillsville Friday and Saturday conferring with the city fathers relative to the proposed election on the electric light question.
A 13-pound baby girl arrived at the hoe of Mr. and Mrs. Iver Hembre, who live northeast of town on Thursday, March 5. Mother and daughter are doing nicely.
Mrs. T.M. Alexander came over from Loyal Saturday to attend the Schiller entertainment and spend Sunday with her daughter, Miss Katharine, and other friends.
The Epworth League will have a young people’s social gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Drummond Friday evening, March 13, to which all young people are invited.
Mrs. N.J. Carter returned last week from a trip to the wholesale millinery houses in St. Paul where she bought her spring and summer stock and secured an expert trimmer.
A.E. Jordan is sawing his season’s run, having a large pile of timber to work up for his customers, which would indicate that considerable building must be planned for the coming season.
Marshal Hogue escorted a couple of men to the county jail Monday. They were strangers and got mixed up with trouble in one of the local saloons, which cost the ten days in the county bastile.
E.H. Thompson has accepted a position on the road representing the Penicks Tobacco Works Co., of Penicks, Va., selling their products to dealers in northern Wisconsin, and has already began [sic] his work with good success.
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