News: River Square (6 Aug 1906)


Contact: Arlene Peil



Surnames: Christie, McKenna, Dimler, Potter, Farning, Tompkins, Hummel, Syth, McConnell, Armitage Andrews, Scott, Meinhardt, Potter, Fahey, Weast, Hemp


----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.)   08/09/1906


Joe Christie sold one of his horses last week.


Willie McKenna spent Sunday with Ray Potter.


A large crowd from here attended the dance at the town hall.


Mrs. Dimler called at Wm. F. Potter’s one day last week.


Anna Farning and Perry Christie visited Frances Potter Sunday.


Mrs. James Tompkins visited her folks in Christie a few days last week.


Mrs. Agnes Hummel and Mr. Tupper spent a few hours Sunday at James Syth’s.


Aunt Hattie Andrews is visiting a few days with Mesdames Loft and Tompkins.


Mrs. Robert Armitage and daughter Mabel, visited at Thos. Armitage’s one day last week.


Libbie McConnell, Mrs. Frank Farning and Free Christie visited at Joe Christie’s Sunday.


Mr. Syth’s family and Mr. Scott’s family attended services at the Chapel Sunday afternoon.


The Meinhardt Bros. did their first job for this season by thrashing Tom Fahey’s wheat crop.


Marie Potter and Genevera Loft attended the concert in Greenwood Wednesday evening.


Mrs. Joe Christie and Mrs. Harry Heaslet called upon James Syth’s people one day last week.


Pearl Weast who has been sewing in Greenwood for the past few weeks returned home Saturday evening.


The skimming station located at Gates’ Corner and owned by Lange of Neillsville closed down last week.


The River Square people, bringing refreshments with them, gathered at Wm. F. Potter’s last Sunday evening for a social time.


Mrs. Jane Christie returned from her visit with her daughter, Mrs. Hemp of Neillsville. Mr. Hemp accompanied her home Sunday.



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