News: Greenwood Gleaner, Dec. 11, 1919
Contact: Helen Vater Blaha

----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner, Greenwood, Wis., Dec. 11, 1919


John Sullivan returned home Sunday from Sheboygan and Milwaukee where he went to attend his brothers funeral.

Elsie Hart came home to spend Sunday, returning to her work at Loyal Monday.

The Xmas committee went to Loyal last Saturday and purchased, Well you can guess.

The Literary Society which has been recently organized is a howling success.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walter and family spent Sunday at the Sinclair home.

The program committee of the Literary Society met at the R. Walter's home Sunday evening.

Luella Stabnow was at the H. Larson home last week sewing.

Miss Ella Richardson spent Wednesday Evening at the R. Walter's home.

The Aid will met at the P. Schmidt home December 18th. Everybody come and help set the quilt top together.


John Sullivan received a telegram Monday stating the death of a brother at Fon du Lac. Shortly after Mr. Sullivan left for Fond du Lac another telegram arrived telling of the death of another brother at Gary, Indiana.

Etta Markee visited with Mrs. Ezra Scovil Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Richelieu drove down from Curtis Thursday and spent the afternoon at the Walter Acker home.

Elsie Hart is working at Loyal.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Acker and two sons from near Loyal spent Saturday at the Aug. Acker home.

Jim Vandehey and Mrs. John Sullivan went to Stratford Sunday to attend the funeral of their brother-in-law Mr. Hughes who was killed by the train Saturday morning.

Ezra Scovil was at Loyal Thursday.



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