News: Greenwood (26 Jan 1928)
Surnames: Keiner, Beyer, Borham, Bartelt, Dahl, Olson, Bishop, Howard, Hepburn, Etta, Stabnow, Barr, Laabs, O'Connell, Afkend, Morse, Kronberger, Irvine, Wellen, Haupt, Rossman, Klein, Catlin, Johnson, Fradette, Baker, Brown, Swann, Speich, Shields, Flikke, Willis, Corbin, Guptil, Quimby, Kraatz, Gemmeke, Flatz, Kuester
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 26 Jan 1928
Mrs. Christ Keiner left Thursday for Milwaukee.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Beyer and Paul Borham were at Marshfield yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bartelt and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dahl and daughter Alice spent Sunday at the home of Sheriff and Mrs. Herman Olson at Neillsville.
Miss Mabel Bishop arrived here from Milwaukee Saturday to take care of her mother, Mrs. G.W. Bishop, who is seriously ill at this writing.
Ray Howard was a Neillsville caller Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hepburn of Fairchild spent Sunday at the Howard Hepburn home.
Miss Florence Etta of Loyal is spending the week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Harold Stabnow.
A.C. Barr and family spent Sunday with relatives at Longwood.
Miss Mildred Laabs left Monday for Cornell for a visit with her sister.
Clayton Afkend returned home from Edmund, Wis. Last week where he had been working since last June.
Frank H. Morse of Loyal and Miss Caroline M. Kronberger of Greenwood, R. 1, were issued a marriage license by County Clerk J.J. Irvine, yesterday.
Miss genevieve Wellen has accepted a school near Granton where she will teach the balance of the school year. She left Sunday to assume her duties.
Harold Haupt, Elmer Rossman, Mr. Klein, Miss Mamie Haupt and Miss Viola Barr autoed to Chippewa Sunday to see Mrs. Haupt, who is recovering from a recent operation for internal rupture.
Mrs. Perle Catlin and children of Loyal spent several days of last week here at the home of her parents, Mrs. And Mrs. S.M. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Fradette spent Sunday at the Dr. K.W. Baker home at Owen.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brown spent Sunday at the Herbert Swan home at Neillsville.
George Speich and Chet Shields returned home from Milwaukee Tuesday with a new Ford Tudor Sedan, which is now on display at the Speich & Braun showroom.
The Hemlock Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Art Flikke, who will be assisted by Mrs. John Willis, Feb 8, 1928. Everyone bring thimbles and needles.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Corbin and son Lawrence returned from Milwaukee Monday after spending the past month with relatives and friends.
Chas. Guptil was a Northwood, Iowa last week and returned home with his car, which he left there some time ago.
Mrs. J.A. Quimby returned to Marion, Wis. Monday after spending two weeks here at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Quimby.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kraatz and daughter returned to Fond du Lac Monday after being here to attend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Henry Gemmeke.
A number of young folks had a surprise party on Harvey Sischo yesterday afternoon, the occasion being his birthday. The little folks all report a splendid time.
Mrs. Wm. Flatz of Scranton, N.D. arrived here last Thursday for a few weeks vsit at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Flatz.
Last week Wm. Kuester of route two advertised that his German Police don had been lost. On Tuesday of this week, Mr. Kuester called at this office and informed us that the dog had returned home, but that he had been caught in a trap where he had spent nine days and nights. His left hind leg was badly bruised from being in the trap and he had also lost weight, being very poor. Parties who set traps are required by law to look at the more often than every nine days, and unless this is done someone is apt to get into trouble. Howe the dog escaped with his life is a mirccle, as the blizzard of last Thursday and Friday was enough to freeze him to death.
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