News: Greenwood (25 Jun 1925)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Hoffman, Reese, Sischo, Ferguson, Shanks, Clute, Schwarze, Hogue, Blum, Merkel, Hayes, Kenyon, Anderson, Dahl, Nulph, Toburen, Barr, Bishop, Dennens, Brauneis, Fisher, Greene, Horn, Bombach, Hatton, Schmidt, Oelig, Carter, Schofield, Susa, Kutchera, Stoneberg, Johnson

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (25 Jun 1925)

The Reformed Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Hoffman, Thursday, July 2nd.

Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Reese were Marshfield visitors Saturday.

There will be English Services at the Reformed Church in Greenwood at 7:30 next Sunday evening.

The Misses Mary sischo and Fay Ferguson went to Stanley yesterday where they will be employed in a hotel.

Mrs. Margaret Shanks came up from Neillsville Tuesday for a few days visit with relatives and friends.

Dr. and Mrs. R.H. Clute are visiting relatives and friends at Hayward.

Adolph Schwarze and son Durward were Loyal visitors Tuesday.

Miss Adine Hogue returned to Marshfield Sunday where she resumed her work at the hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. John Blum and children of Marshfield spent Sunday here at the J. Merkel home.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hayes and children spent Sunday here at the M.E. Kenyon home.

Dance at the Opera House, Greenwood, Thursday evening, June 25th. Music by "The Original Footwarmers." You are invited.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Anderson Jr. and children of Stevens Point spent the latter part of last week here with relatives and friends.

Mrs. Albert Dahl returned home from her vacation, which was spent at St. Paul and other points. She was gone for two weeks.

Dr. Nulph, a former Greenwood resident, called on friends here Monday.

M.E. Kenyon transacted business at Chippewa Falls Sunday.

The West Side Aid will be with Mrs. Wm. Toburen Jr., Wednesday, July 1st.

Many from here attended the Eagles Convention at Marshfield the latter part of last week.

If the weather continues favorable, the local canning factory will start their season's pack of peas next week.

There will be English services at the Braun Settlement Reformed Church at 2:00 o'clock next Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Barr of Superior and daughter, Mrs. Glen Dennens of St. Paul, spent from Monday until Thursday of last week here at the G.W. Bishop home.

Miss Elsie Brauneis and the four Sayer children of Chicago arrived here yesterday for an extended visit at the Jos. Brauneis home.

Mr. and Mrs. Fisher of Stratford spent Sunday at the Ed Fisher home on route four. The two gentlemen are brothers.

Miss Opal Greene is working at the Home Restaurant, while Miss Edna Horn is taking a short vacation.

There will be a picnic at the matt Bombach place, Sunday, June 28th. Hatton's Orchestra will furnish the music.

Mrs. M.E. Kenyon and son and father, Max Schmidt, spent Friday and Saturday with friends at Marshfield.

F.A. Oelig, A.S. Armstrong, C.J. Carter and Dr. Schofield, the latter of Chicago, were at Pike Lake over Sunday. They returned home Tuesday with a fine bunch of bass and pike.

The Eaton Center Star Club and a few neighbors had a surprise party on Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stoneberg last Friday evening. The evening was spent in playing cards, after which a delicious lunch was served. Everybody had a most enjoyable time.

May of our citizens have made complaint in regard to Greenwood not having a Marshal. During the past week the services of a marshal have been required on several different occasions, but other citizens, who had little or no authority, were called. Greenwood should have a marshal who can devote his entire time in performing the duties connected with this office.

While driving home from this city last Saturday evening at about eleven o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Susa Jr. and children met with an accident. The Susa family was near the Johnson farm across Black River bridge, when a Ford with very dim lights smashed into their rig. The Ford was coming from the west and was on its way to Black River Falls. Two Indians occupied the front seat and bother were under the influence of moon. Their car did not have a license plate on it, and the Indians said they were going to Black River Falls in the night, so on one would notice that they had no license. The Susa Rig was smashed up and Mrs. Susa was quite badly injured and shaken up. The rest escaped without injury. The Indians were brought to town and their car held at the Central Garage. Sheriff Kutchera came after them Monday morning and took them to Neillsville for a hearing.



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