News: Greenwood, Wis. (7 May 1903)
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Surnames: Anderson, Baird, Bryden, Clute, Converse, Foster, Hartson, Hogue, Kristiansen, Johnson, Larson, Meek, Owen, Prehwitz, Reese, Schofield, Thompson, Vosler, Wagner, Williams
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 5/7/1903
Wm. Hogue was a Marshfield visitor Monday.
Margie Thompson was a Fairchild visitor last week.
Harry Hogue has erected a new barn and buggy shed.
Bennie Johnson is clerking at Franckenberg & Fricke’s.
Dr. H.R. Schofield was an over Sunday visitor at Madison.
Druggist Kristiansen of Withee was a Greenwood visitor Sunday.
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Vosler Tuesday night, the 28th.
The John S. Owen lands in town 27 - 2 and 27 - 1 west, for sale by C.H. Clute.
The Thursday Club meets with Mrs. H.H. Hartson next Thursday, May 14.
Lotie Larson went to Neillsville Sunday to remain with relatives for about a month.
Adolph Anderson is spending a week with relatives and firends here and at Hemlock.
J. Bryden and daughter Hazel went to Stevens Point Saturday on a business and pleasure trip.
Frank Wagner, wife and children returned Monday evening from a visit in Fond du Lac county.
Earl Converse and wife left Tuesday morning for Winona, Minn., whither he went to look for work.
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Reese are receiving a visit from their daughter, Mrs. Larson and son of Dodgeville.
Hastings Baird and son Ross and Hugh Meek went up to Prentice last week where they have employment in a mill.
O.A. Prehwitz arrived in town Monday evening to take the position of assistant miller at the Greenwood Roller Mill.
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