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


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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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12 Jun 1951

Parkin's Ice Cream



*The "Ice Cream Review, described Parkin's as a "dream plant" for the average size ice cream maker. John Parkin took it over from his father and expanded the product line to include a number of specialty dairy products such as cottage cheese and molded popsicles. Two well-known local products were the chocolate and butterscotch covered "Susy Bars," and the molded popsicles called "Todd Twins," both named for the Parkin children. More Information

12 Jun 1951


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, Wis. who too 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 


24 Jan 1952

17 Jul 1952

4 Feb 1954



William F. Neuenfeldt died in 1961 and after suffering a heart attack the next year, his son, Jerry, was pronounced dead at the Marshfield hospital, having died in the ambulance while enroute.  He was just 39 years old.



William F. Neuenfeldt

3 Sep 1892 - 22 Feb 1961


James Carroll Neuenfeldt

19 September 1918 - 20 February 1973


Gerald Francis Neuenfeldt

15 September 1922 - 19 June 1962

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