News: Greenwood (21 Mar 1907)
Contact: Laurel Bragstad
Surnames: Anderson, Arndt, Baker, Barlow, Bjerke, Borego, Bushman, Christie, Clute, Cockran, Cook, Cummings, Derby, Edwards, Harder, Hoehne, Johnson, Kelley, Lucas, Miller, Noyes, Paynter, Raymond, Robinson, Rossman, Roussler, Schofield, Schwarze, Sheets, Smith, Van Voorhis, Wessenberg,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 3/21/1907
Rev. Robinson conducted a well attended church service at Tioga Tuesday.
The Ladies Aid society will meet with Mrs Otto Anderson Friday afternoon.
The King’s Daughters society will meet with Mrs. H. Smith Tuesday, Mar. 26.
Miss Josie Johnson, telephone central, is enjoying a visit with her parents.
Mrs. George Van Voorhis is substituting for Postman Kelley during his absence.
Mrs. Barlow and daughter Elsie went to Milwaukee Friday for several days visit with friends.
G.W. Harder is recovering from a severe illness that has kept him in exile the past three weeks.
Two lads named Arndt and Anderson were killed at Maplehurst Friday while playing on a rollway.
Dr. J.C. Baker, who was called to Tioga the other day, reports an epidemic of the grippe there.
Mrs. B.M. Edwards of LaCrosse arrived last week for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. J.E. Noyes.
The frame of the farmers’ cooperative cheese factory is up, on the John Bushman farm just north of Greenwood. Lack of space forbids a more lengthy notice this week.
Editor A.A. Roussler and C.A. Paynter of Loyal were in Greenwood Saturday, the former with a suspicious looking grip that didn’t, however, contain a dynamite bomb.
Clinton Raymond and Chas. Borego got into a little dispute Tuesday evening with the result that Raymond was brought before Police Justice Sheets and fined for assault and battery.
Chas. L. Cummings, Jr., and his wife of Tomahawk arrived Sunday for a two days visit under the parental roof. Mr. Cummings has nearly recovered from the injuries sustained in the woods last winter.
Sam Christie and son, residents down Twenty-six road way carried 300 sap buckets away from the Hoehne hardware store a few days ago, for a sugarbush they are starting—another industry to remind us of olden times.
August Schwarze got the little finger of his right hand into the headling saw at the factory Friday and had it badly town. Dr. Schofield, who dressed the injured member thinks there is a good chance for saving it from amputation.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossman have received a letter from their daughter, Mrs. Thomas Cockran of Oregon in which she speaks of the big strike which has been threatened by mill men from Mexico to British Columbia, for higher wages.
Depositions were being taken before Justice Clute Monday for the lien action of Wm. Wessenberg, mason contractor, against J.C. Baker and others which is to be tried at the April term of court. The trouble is the outgrowth of some foundation work done last year at the Baker home.
Dan Cook returned Sunday from Will Miller’s camp at Park Falls where he has been this winter. He says Miller sent his regards to his old Greenwood friends. Before leaving he met Jno. Lucas of Phillips who had just been there to help initiate Will Miller, Jr., in the Odd Fellow’s lodge. Lucas also wished to be remembered to his old friends here.
An alarm of fire Sunday morning, shortly after eight o’clock, brought the fire department out. Fortunately, it proved to be but a smoke blaze about a chimney in the home of E. Derby near the Baptist church, and was extinguished without the use of the hose. Steam was up in just seven minutes time. The quick work of the department carries confidence throughout the city.
A clever crook named Ole M. Bjerke, with two aliases, has been arrested in Minneapolis for robbing flats in broad daylight. Last week he went into the flat of C.P. Brick, formerly of Greenwood, and stole clothing and jewelry to the value of $150, which he pawned. Volk and Bro. have received a request from a detective for a sample of suiting to help in convicting the thief. Bjerke has a big prison record.
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