News: Greenwood (21 Jan 1926)
Surnames: Buker, Armstrong, Horn, Rossman, Matz, Gullord, Leach, Vollrath, Stauss, Rork, Clute, Opdyke, Ludwig, Speich, Thomas, Creg, Stabnow, Noah, Carteron,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (21 Jan 1926)
The Reformed Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. A.C. Buker Thursday, Jan. 28th.
Mayor A.S. Armstrong and son Donald were Marshfield visitors Saturday.
Miss Edna Horn left Saturday for Woodstock, Ill. for an indefinite stay.
Mrs. Paul Rossman returned to her home at Wausau Saturday after spending several weeks here with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Frank Matz returned from Marshfield last week where she took a course of medical treatments.
P.W. Gullord, who has been a patient at the hospital at Eau Claire for several weeks, returned home Saturday, much improved in health.
Be sure to attend the Rod & Gun Club dance at the Opera House tonight.
A number of friends had a surprise party at the Erwin Leach home Saturday evening. The occasion was Mrs. Leach's birthday. All present report a very enjoyable time.
Rudolph Vollrath was taken to the hospital at Marshfield last week where he submitted to an operation.
Walter Stauss, county agent of Eau Claire County, with headquarters in Eau Claire, spent Friday of last week here with friends.
G.V. Rork of Owen was a Greenwood visitor last Thursday.
L.C. Clute went to Milwaukee yesterday to attend the Auto Show.
Mrs. E.T. Opdyke is ill at her home at this writing.
The Interse Club met with Mrs. C.F. Ludwig last evening.
George Speich left for Milwaukee Sunday where he went to attend the Auto Show.
Dr. J.R. Thomas of La Crosse is in charge of the dental practice of Dr. Clute. Dr. Thomas has taken over the work and asks your patronage and cooperation.
Otto Creg went to Milwaukee Tuesday to attend the Auto Show.
Mrs. Harold Stabnow entertained the Suffragettes at her home Tuesday evening.
Albert Noah arrived from Greenwood Monday to visit his brother, Oscar Noah, at Praag (Mondovi Herald-News).
Miss Una Carteron, nurse at the Marshfield Hospital, arrived here Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Carteron.
Dr. R.H. Clute, who has been quite ill for some time, left Tuesday for Milwaukee where he entered the sanitarium. His many friends here hope that his condition will improve and that he will be well and able to return home soon.
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