News: Green Grove (18 Mar 1906)
Contact: Arlene Peil
Surnames: Klemn, Meyers, Plutte, Martin, Paatz, Zassenhause, Marquardt, Lex, Lulloff, Lipprandt, Froester
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/23/1906
Mr. and Mrs. Klemn spent Friday at Colby.
Mrs. Henry Meyers visited at Pluttes on Sunday.
Clara Meyers is a visitor at the Martins residence.
Mrs. Ernest Laabs and Mrs. Paatz are on the sick list.
Francis Steinwand is a visitor at the Zassenhaus residence.
Mrs. Chas. Marquardt spent Sunday at Fred Marquardts.
Ed Lex of Colby passed through our burg Sunday with his better half.
Wm. Zassenhaus went on a business trip to Neillsville Saturday.
Ferdinand Lulloff came home from Medford to attend the Lipprandt wedding.
Lillian Meyers spent Sunday at Withee. We wonder what the attraction is?
A piece of battenberg work was found some time ago. The party can have same by calling at Henry Meyers.
Remember the J. F. C. Club will meet with Louisa Braun on Sunday, Mar. 25. We request all members to be present, as the officers are to elected that day.
A grand Easter ball will be given at Meyers hall on Monday eve., April 16. Music by the Fabor Orchestra of Dorchester. Come one and all and bring your sweethearts, wives, and daughters.
At the home of Emil Lipprandt, Miss Anna Froester and Herman Lipprandt were united in the holy bonds of wedlock on Saturday, Mar. 17, at 2 o’clock. The Mesdames Bertha Lulloff and Anna Paltes acted as bridesmaids, and Oscar Lipprandt and R. Froester as groomsmen. After the ceremony a reception was held at which 150 people were present. After which . . . (Sorry, photocopy ended here.)
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