News: Greenwood (31 Dec 1908)
Surnames: Anderson, Mead, Hogue, Reese, Peterson, Bredesen, Chamberlin, Wessenberg, Schwarze, Rhea, Rossman, Baird, McKenna, Oelig, Andrews, Palms, Klinke, Rand, Pfunder, Steffen
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 31 Dec 1908
A Happy New Year to you!
Don't forget the masquerade ball Jan. 15.
Albert Anderson came home from St. Paul Wednesday night.
Harry Mead and son Angus were business callers here Thursday.
Miss Ethyl Hogue visited friends in Spokeville Monday and Tuesday.
Miss Etta Reese returned from Stitzer Saturday. (Dodgeville Chronicle)
P.E. Peterson and daughter Cepha were business callers at Humbird Wednesday.
Mrs. Anton Bredesen went to Marsh yesterday to spend a few days with friends.
Arthur Chamberlin, principal of the Spencer schools, is home for the holidays.
The Kings Daughters will meet with Mrs. Wm. Wessenberg Wednesday, Jan. 6.
Simon Schwarze and family visited relatives and friends at Fairchild during the holidays.
Malcolm Pfunder came home Thursday from Ripon.
Ollie Rand is home from Neillsville for the holidays.
Mrs. Fred Oelig spent Christmas with relatives at Neillsville.
W.H. Palms recently purchased a piano from A. Steffen of Marinette.
Miss Hattie Rhea of Thorp is visiting for a fews days with her sister, Mrs. Elmer Rossman.
Hastings Baird was the recipient of a fifty dollar check from his son Dwain, Christmas morning.
George Andrews of Tomahawk came down Thursday night for a few days visit with relatives and friends.
Grandma Palms spent Christmas at Tioga, and from there she will go to Hudson for a few days visit with relatives.
Joseph Klinke arrived last Thursday night from Park Falls to spend a few days with his parents. He returned again Tuesday.
Miss Mamie Palms of Tioga attended the dance here Monday night. Harry Palms accompanied her home Tuesday for a few days visit.
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