News: Greenwood (25 Mar 1926)
Surnames: Behrens, Ludwig, Barr, Scherer, Shields, Seidelman, Copeland, Volk, Wuethrich, Guptil, Aberg, Vinger, Borham, Staadt, Krake, Rand, Rossman, Marden, Stiefvater, Gries, Stabnow, Wall, Fahey, Huntzicker, Hewett, Geisler, McKenna, Haley, Wellen, Thompson, Armitage, Schlinsog, Noetzel, Hoehne, Boeckman, Damerow, Arbs, Armstrong, Brauneis
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (25 Mar 1926)
Mrs. Fred Behrens and Mrs. Chas. Ludwig entertained the Merry-go-round at the Behrens home last evening.
Miss Viola Barr entertained the members of her Sunday school class at her home Monday evening.
Nick Scherer went to Marshfield Monday where he underwent another operation, having several small bones removed from his head.
Farmers wishing to again raise pickles this year can secure contracts at the F.& M. Bank.
Mrs. H. Shields was at Marshfield last Friday where she took treatments for an injured hand, from which he lost his thumb in an accident, returned home last Wednesday.
Big Auction sale at the W.T. Copeland farm next Tuesday.
Mrs. Perry Volk came over from Loyal Tuesday for a visit with relatives.
Paul Borham and John Wuethrich were Marshfield visitors Tuesday.
Chas. Guptil, who purchased the Aberg residence, sold it again to Palmer Vinger.
There will be English services at Immanuel Reformed Church on the West Side at 2:00 o'clock next Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. A. Law of Staadt arrived here last week for a visit with relatives. She was accompanied by Stella Krake of Milwaukee.
Mrs. Paris Rand of Rosendale arrived here last week for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Rossman on route four.
Mrs. Robert Stiefvater of Manitowoc arrived here Saturday for a visit with her mother. Mrs. H. Gries, who has been very ill, but at present is somewhat better.
Mrs. Dog Owen! Have you got your collard and tag on your dog? If not, he is subject to being shot. A.S. Armstrong, Mayor
Mrs. Harold Stabnow returned from Loyal Saturday where she spent several days with relatives and friends. Her two sons, who had been there for some time, returned home with her.
Palmer Vinger transacted business at Cazenovia last week.
Robert Wall returned from Marshfield yesterday where he spent a few days.
Ed Fahey and Will Huntzicker attended the funeral of Mrs. Harry Hewett at Loyal Tuesday.
Otto Geisler has purchased the McKenna residence near the Soo depot.
John Brauneis went to Milwaukee and Chicago last Saturday on business.
Miss Marjorie Hawley of route one was at Marshfield over Sunday to visit her father, John Hawley, who is a patient at the hospital there.
L.M. Wellen was at Marshfield to see his wife, who is a patient at the hospital there.
Rev. T.O. Thompson conducted the funeral of Susanna Armitage of Christie on Sunday. In spite of the bad roads there was a large attendance. Burial was made in Neillsville.
Grandma Schlinsog, who has been seriously ill at the home of her son William on route two, is reported as somewhat improved.
Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Noetzel entertained the high school basketball boys, the faculty, school board and teachers at a six o'clock dinner at their home Tuesday evening.
C.C. Hoehne and daughter Nelda, Dr. F.A. Boeckman, Louis Arbs and Herman Damerow went to Wis. Rapids on business Monday.
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