News: Greenwood (09 Apr 1925)
Surnames: Paul, Ketchpaw, Keiner, Hiles, Johnson, Jackson, Merkel, Kitzerow, Overhouse, Jorenby, Speich, Varney, Carter, Becher, Baker, Scribner, Clute, Warner, Decker, Barnes, Fahey, McIntyre, Brockway, Mayer, Hartson, Pickruhn, Roewert, Buker, Moberg
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (09 Apr 1925)
The "Gang" met at the E.N. Paul home Saturday night.
My farm is for rent or sale. B.F. Ketchpaw
Carl Keiner and Gale Hiles were Marshfield visitors Tuesday.
Oscar and Walter Jorenby were Greenwood visitors Sunday.
J.T. Jackson, a former resident near Longwood (Clark Co., Wis.), died there at the home of his son late Sunday afternoon. The body was taken to Viroqua yesterday for burial. An obituary will be printed next week.
Mrs. Jos. Merkel was a Marshfield visitor last Friday.
Rev. Kitzerow and family moved to Howard's Grove last Friday where they will reside.
Mrs. Nellie Overhouse and son Robert returned home Wednesday from Castalia, Iowa, where they attended the funeral of her father, who was laid to rest in the Frankville Cemetery beside the mother who preceded him in death 18 months ago.
Henry Jorenby was taken to the Mendota Asylum Saturday for treatment, being somewhat deranged mentally. His many friends here hope he will get along nicely and will soon be able to return home.
A number of ladies had a party on Mrs. Brockway at the Wescott home Monday afternoon. The occasion was Mrs. Brockway's birthday. All present greatly enjoyed the afternoon and wished her many more such happy birthdays.
Martin Mayer of Rockford, Ill. arrived here Monday for a short visit with his son Paul.
Miss Marion Hartson entertained the Octet Club at her home Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pickruhn went to Kiel, Wis. Tuesday, called there by the death of Mr. Pickruhn's sister.
The Ladies' Aid "Sack Sale" will be held in the church basement starting at 2:00 o'clock Friday afternoon, April 17.
Mr. R.E. McIntyre of Eau Claire is spending the week here with his family.
L.G. Clute received a car load of Overland automobiles Monday.
Mrs. H.E. Hogue and daughter Edna were Marshfield visitors last Saturday.
Dr. R.L. Barnes and Ed Fahey were Marshfield visitors Monday.
Gordon, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Decker of Thorp, had one of his hands blown off last Wednesday when he found a dynamite cap. Mr. Decker, the father of the boy, is well known here where he worked in different cheese factories in and around Greenwood several years ago.
Mrs. N.J. Carter, Mrs. R.H. Clute and Mrs. Mary Warner autoed to Marshfield last Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. K.W. Baker and children of Owen visited at the home of Mrs. S. Scribner Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Becher of Marshfield called on friends here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Varney and son of Wausau spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. N.J. Carter.
Mrs. Geo. Speich returned home from Unity last Saturday where she spent several days with relatives and friends.
J.F. Roewert of Janesville spent several days of last week at the Wm. Roewert home.
Rug Buker went to Iron Mountain, Mich. Monday, where he will resume his work as a member of an orchestra at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moberg and children of Abbotsford spent Sunday here at the Ole Moberg home.
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