News: Greenwood (29 Jul 1926)
Surnames: Schwarze, Hiles, Speich, Buker, Schofield, Leach, Crum, Larson, Drummond, Wuethrich, Day, Johnson, Noetzel, Mueller, Beyer, Wessel, Braun, Ludwig, Amidon, Meinholdt, Vinger, Hillier, O'Connell, Neuenfeldt, Hoehne, Thieme, Borgers, Barr, Brauneis, Shanks, Stabnow, Arends, Cummings, Boeckman, Needham, Moody, Bishop, Berg, Varney, Merkel, Kreig, Fisher, Volk, Michael, Beer, Christopherson, Marden, Peterson, Fischer, Stiefvater, Gries
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (29 Jul 1926)
Carl Schwarze and Gale Hiles were Marshfield visitors Monday.
Mrs. George Speich and Mrs. A. Speich were Marshfield visitors Sunday.
The local canning factory has completed their pack of early peas and part of the medium have also been packed. After being shut down for about a week, they will again start work today on the late peas.
A.C. Buker and family returned home Monday from a week's auto trip through Minnesota and northern Wisconsin.
Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Schofield returned from Chicago Tuesday after visiting friends here for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leach spent Saturday and Sunday with their son Erwin at Eau Claire.
Mrs. Oren Crum and four children of Anoka, Minn. are visiting here at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Larson.
Mrs. J. Drummond and grandson and Mrs. J. Wuethrich and two sons John D. and Allen were Chippewa Falls visitors Tuesday.
Mr. Day and family of near Fond du Lac are camping at Tourist Park. Mr. Day is buying cows in this vicinity and expects to be here a week or more.
Oscar Johnson, who has been visiting relatives and friends here, returned to his home at Corinth, N.D. Monday.
Mrs. A.H. Noetzel and daughters Ruth and Ambrosia were Marshfield visitors Monday.
Mrs. Herman Mueller, who spent a week here with her sister, Mrs. Aug. Beyer, left last Thursday morning for her home at Milwaukee.
Adolph Wessel, one of our pioneer farmers on route two, has sold his farm to hsi son Albert. Mr. Wessel will make his home in this city.
Chris Braun and Mrs. C.F. Ludwig attended the F.R.A. convention at Wausau Tuesday.
The Misses Elva and Lola Amidon of Granton called on friends here Monday.
The West Side Aid will meet with Mrs. Ida Meinholdt Wednesday, Aug. 4.
Palmer Vinger had professional business at Appleton last week.
Mrs. Ed Buker entertained Merry-go-round Wednesday evening, July 28th.
Miss Rosetta Hillier of Fox Lake is visiting at the J.O' Connell and Wm. Neuenfeldt homes.
C.C. Hoehne and family were at Nekoosa Sunday where they attended a fireman's picnic.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thieme and family of Curtiss spent Sunday at the Adolph Schwarze home.
The Misses Hazel and Elsie Barr and Joe Brauneis spent Sunday at Chippewa Falls.
Edison Borgers, son of Mrs. A.L. Borgers, returned home from Marshfield hospital last Wednesday, where he recently underwent a tonsil and adenoid operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwarze and Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Shanks and daughter Mildred spent Sunday at Fairchild.
Walter Stabnow, Mrs. Mary Gries and daughter, Mrs. Rob Stiefvater were Marshfield visitors Thursday.
Mrs. John Arends and daughter Theresa and Miss rue Cumming sent to Chippewa Falls Monday for a week's visit with friends.
Dr. F.A. Boeckman was a Marshfield caller Friday.
Walter Needham left Saturday for Fennimore to get his mother. They returned here Sunday.
Mrs. Ellen Moody of Withee spent Sunday at the Geo. W. Bishop home here.
Miss Alma Berg of St. Paul spent Sunday here with her brother, Lawrence Berg.
Vern Varney and family of Brookings S.D. are spending the week at the C.A. Varney home.
The Misses Lois Merkel and Eleanor Kreig are spending the week at the Ed Fisher home at Marathon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Art Johnson and son autoed to Chippewa Falls Monday for a few days visit with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buker, Mr. and Mrs. Will Volk and Mrs. Val Volk were Eau Claire visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. F.A. Boeckman and daughter Kathryn left last Thursday for an extended visit with relatives and friends at Ripon and Milwaukee.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Michael and children of Amery, Wis. And Mrs. Michael's mother, Mrs. M. Beer of Owen, spent Sunday afternoon at the August Beyer home.
Piano Tuner Edwin Christopherson will be here on a regular trip this week. Leave orders at Marden's Music Store.
Mr. and Mrs. P.E. Peterson returned home from Pike Lake on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fischer of Marathon spent Wednesday here with friends. Mr. Fischer owned the Hemlock Chees Factory a few years ago.
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