News: Greenwood (20 Aug 1925)
Surnames: Ross, Andrews, Pieper, Pederson, Barr, Opdyke, Behrens, Drummond, Withee, Linneman, Hiles, Arends, Noetzel, Clute, Leach, Thompson, Mills, Jones, Sheets, Kenyon, Boecher, Heilman, Bradford, Carlton, Borham, Lawton, Lotzer, Houle, Fahey, Hogue, Wellen, Clute, Loft, Buker, Warnke, Anderson, Green, McIntyre
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (20 Aug 1925)
Miss Pearl Ross was a Marshfield visitor Saturday.
Mrs. J.S. Andrews went to Fairchild yesterday for a few days visit with relatives and friends.
Miss Velda Pederson of Colby spent several days of last week at the A.C. Barr home. From here she went to Stevens Point, leaving Friday.
The Good Hope Society will have an article and basket social at the church basement, Thursday evening, Aug. 27th. Everybody is welcome.
Quite a number of relatives and friends had a party at the E.T. Opdyke home last Thursday evening. All present report a very enjoyable time.
Mrs. O.C. Behrens and Mrs. Fred Behrens autoed to Coloma last Thursday where they attended the funeral of a sister of Mrs. Carrol Behrens.
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Drummond, Mrs. Shaw and Miss Eleanor Withee spent Sunday at the H. Linneman home near Thorp.
Mrs. Otto Hiles entertained the Birthday Club at a six o'clock dinner and theatre party Monday evening. The dinner, as well as the picture, "Messalina..." were greatly enjoyed by the members of the club.
A number of boyfriends of Lyle Arends were entertained at his home.
A.H. Noetzel and family were Withee Callers last Thursday.
L.C. Clute transacted business at Milwaukee last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Leach were Neillsville visitors last Thursday.
Rev. Thompson and family called on the sick at the Marshfield hospital Friday.
Marion Mills and family of Endeavor, Wis. Spent Sunday at the J.J. Jones home.
The Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. A.F. Sheets Friday afternoon. Come early and bring thimbles.
M.E. Kenyon has purchased a new Auburn Beauty Six Touring car.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boecher of North Milwaukee are spending the week here at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Heilman.
Mrs. C. Bradford and granddaughter Kathleen Carlton of Neillsville spent the wekend at the A.C. Barr home.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Borham and children and Mrs. Herbert Lawton and son, the latter of Milwaukee, spent Sunday at Chippewa Falls.
Clarence Lotzer autoed to Athens Sunday for a visit with relatives and friends. His brother Raymond, who has been spending the summer there, returned home with him.
Mrs. Ed Houle and daughter returned to Michigan Tuesday after spending several months here at the Ed Fahey and Harry Hogue homes. Mrs. Houle is a sister of Mr. Fahey and Mrs. Hogue.
A large number from this vicinity autoed to Pittsville Sunday to take in the Indian Pow-Wow.
Rev. Conrad Wellen of Montana is visiting here at the home of his mother, and with other relatives and friends.
The Clark County mail carriers and post office employees had their annual picnic at the Tourist Park last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Barr and daughters Viola and Jesse were Marshfield visitors yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. R.H. Clute have moved into the Tom Thompson residence.
Miss G.E. Loft of Madison visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Hubble last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Buker and children spent the weekend at the lakes in the norhtern part of the state.
Charles Warnke of Pardeeville spent Friday of last week here at the home of his brother, A.R. Warnke.
The Loyal-Greenwood Band will have a concert at the City Park in Greenwood, Friday evening, Aug. 21st. Everybody is invited to attend.
Mrs. A.C. Barr and daughters, Hazel, Viola and Jesse and Miss Velda Pederson were Neillsville visitors last Wednesday.
Rev. Anderson and family of Iowa attended divine services at the Methodist Church Sunday.
Quite a number from here attended teh K.K.K. picnic at Hatfield Sunday.
C.R. Greene and family have moved into the Dr. R.E. McIntyre residence.
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