News: Greenwood - East Side  (12 Jun 1934)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Ampe, Poppe, Shober, Paasch, Lindekugel, Noll, Struble, Seltrecht, Lindner, Phipps, Brown, Kutz, Afkind, Pabish, Rude, Erickson, Giese, Jensen, Scharenbrock, Little, Bushman, Wuethrich, Olson, Hinker, Friske, Stiefvater, Mathtison, Kitzhaber, Johnson, Syth, Denk

 ------ Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/12/1934

Archelle Ampe spent the week end with home folks.

Mr. and Mrs. B Poppe called on friends at Colby Sunday.

Mrs. Shober and son Casper and grandson Harold Paasch took the Franciscan Sisters to La Crosse Sunday.

Marie and Bobby Lindekugel visited with Mrs. Poppe Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Noll of Neillsville and son George of Janesville and Mrs. L. Struble and sons Laurence and Delbert of Granton visited at the Shober home Sunday afternoon.

A few from here attended the free dance at Seltrecht’s Wednesday.

Paul Lindekugel spent Saturday evening with home folks returning again to Westboro Sunday.

Miss Anna Linder called at the Shober home Friday evening.

Mrs. A. Ampe and daughter Odette called at the Beauty Parlor at Greenwood Wednesday.

Miss Cornetta Phipps of Loyal and Velda Brown called at the Poppe home Friday evening.

Peter Kutz called on Ed Hinker Thursday eve.

A birthday party was held at the Andrew Lindner home Wednesday eve in honor of Mrs. Lindners’ anniversary.  Lunch was served and a good time had by all.

Don Afkind is employed at the Pabish home.

Mr. and Mrs. George Rude and sons of Neillsville and Mrs. Tom Erickson and children had a picnic Sunday at Lake Isadore.

John Giese and Sig Jensen were business callers at Neillsville Saturday.

The 4-H Calf Club had their annual picnic at Lake Isadore Sunday.  A good time was had by all.

Mrs. Scharenbrock called on Mrs. Ora Little last Tuesday eve.

John Bushman called on George Pabish Friday evening.

John Wuethrich had one of his fingers crushed very badly while moving an ice machine and is under the doctor’s care.

Mr. and Mrs. Casper Lindner took their year old child to Dr. Olson Friday where a slight operation was performed.

News from last week

Miss Edna Hinker spent Friday afternoon with Bernice Friske.

Bert Brown of Loyal did plowing for John Wuethrich and Martin Afkind.

Norman Friske is helping with the work at John Wuethrich’s.

Miss Edna Hinker and Mr. and Mrs. George Stiefvater and son were callers at the George Pabish home Tuesday evening.

Marcellus Hinker has been employed at the John Wuethrich factory the past two weeks.

George Pabish did some plowing for Albert Mathtison last week.

Richard Hinker spent Sunday with Raymond Kitzhaber.

Rob Wall and Pete Kutz were Wednesday forenoon callers at Sig Jensen’s.

Leo Johnson called on Will Syth Thursday.

Gerald Denk is now employed at the John Wuethrich farm at present, while Leonard is laid up with a sore foot.



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