News: Greenwood (15 Jun
Surnames: Hogue, O'Connor, Prellwitz, Linhardt, Klinke, Anderson, Youngs, Williams, Sheets, Marsh, Rush, Shrimpton, Schwarze, Arends, Paul, Roessler, Watson, Plecity, Drummond, Barlow, Simon, Andrews, Leeman, Awe, Schroeder, Hanson, Schulte, Grashorn, Kennedy
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 15 Jun 1911
Miss Eva Hogue is visiting her aunt, Mrs. O'Connor, in Minneapolis.
Walter and Gertie Prellwitz went to Sherry Saturday to visit their grandparents.
The Lady Maccabees will meet Friday, June 16th. All members are requested to attend.
Eddie Linhardt, who has been visiting at F.J. Klinke's, returned to Marshfield Saturday.
We have an interesting letter from W.J. Anderson, Valler, Mont., which we will publish next week.
Miss Helen Youngs returned from Minneapolis Saturday, where she has been attending boarding school.
Mrs. G.C. Williams of Ottawa, Ohio, arrived Saturday and is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. E.K. Sheets.
Rev. W.E. Marsh left Tuesday morning for Madison, where he will spend the week with his son Herbert.
District Attorney Rush was up from Neillsville Sunday.
F.W. Shrimpton went to Milwaukee Tuesday on business.
Adolph Schwarze returned from his Milwaukee trip Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Arends were Colby visitors Saturday.
Bernard Hogue went to Spokeville Monday to visit relatives.
Mrs. E.N. Paul and daughter Eunice visited in Withee last week.
Editor Roessler of Loyal was a visitor in the city Sunday.
Miss Florence Watson started Monday for Aberdeen, S.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plecity and son Leo came down from Gilman Monday.
The Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Drummond Friday afternoon, June 16th.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Hoehne Saturday, June 10, 1911.
G.S. Barlow reports a baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Al N. Simon at Arcadia Sunday.
A children's day program will be given in the Baptist Church Sunday evening. All are cordially invited.
Miss Clella Andrews went to Appleton Monday to attend the Lawrence College commencement exercises this week.
The Greenwood Telephone Company recently built a new farmer line east of Longwood and installed phones for Fred Leeman, John Awe, Mrs. Fred Awe, M. Schroeder, Henry Awe, Frank Schroeder, Elmer Hanson and A.W. Schulte.
Miss Lucile Grashorn went to Appleton last Friday to be present at the graduation exercises at Lawrence College this week.
Dr. Kennedy of Milwaukee will be in Greenwood Tuesday, June 20th for one day only. Practice limited to eye, ear, nose and throat.
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