History: Jim's Dairy Bar, Main St., Greenwood, Wis.


Contact: Janet

Email: janet@wiclarkcountyhistory.org


Surnames: Neuenfeldt, Ackerman, Edwards, Parkin, Morrison


----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner, Greenwood, Wisconsin


Jim's Dairy Bar was owned by William F. Neuenfeldt was first operated by his son, James Neuenfeldt followed by Raymond "Bud" Ackerman, Mr. & Mrs. Russell Edwards, and Gerald Neuenfeldt (another of Wm. Neuenfeldt's sons). 


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9 Mar 1950

If you needed meds for your stock, hogs, poultry or flock--insecticide paint or udder ointment for your cows-- you could buy it at Jim's Dairy Bar while hearing the local news and treating yourself to an ice cream cone before heading out the door.

27 July 1950

16 Nov 1950

Local hunters and fishermen could have lunches packed at Jim's where they could also share their stories with others who enjoyed the same sports and purchase equipment or insecticide approved by the U. S. Army and Geological research.

7 Dec 1950

3 May 1951


24 May 1951


If you needed a new watch, you could find the newest Anti-Magnetic Shock resistant, with Swiss movement and luminous dials at Jim's.


During the past week There have been two new changes in business personnel in the city of Greenwood, Wis. They are:

Mr. and Mrs. Russ Edwards of Wisconsin Rapids who took over the Dairy Bar which was run by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ackerman and Dan Morrison who took over the barber shop which had been run by Carl Fredel. Mr. Morrison is from Marshfield.

We wish to extend a hearty welcome to these newcomers to Greenwood, and at the same time hope that their new business ventures will prove successful to them. Greenwood Gleaner, 12 Jun 1951




12 Jun1951

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