News: Twenty-Six Road (08 Dec 1932)


Surnames: Loos, Esselman, Becker, White, Hawley, Hannah, Colby, Swieso, Smith, Lyon, Schultz, Castner, Schwartz

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 8 Dec 1932

Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Loos and children were entertained at dinner at the C.B. Esselman home Sunday. The occasion was the birthday of Alex Loos, who is employed at the Esselman home.

Delbert Becker was given a very pleasant surprise Sunday evening when a number of young folks arrived at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker, and helped him celebrate his birthday which occurred Tuesday, Nov. 22nd.

Mr. and Mrs. James White and children spent Thanksgiving at the Herb White home.

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hawley and son Wilbur spent Thanksgiving at the Erenst Hanna home.

Mr. and Mrs. James Colby and children helped Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swieso spend Thanksgiving at the Swieso home. The occasion was al Mrs. Swieso's birthday.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith and son Bobbie left Saturday for Beaver Dam, after spending several weeks at the Claire Lyon home.

Rueben Schultz and Harry Castner and lady friends from New Lisbon spent Thanksgiving at the home of their paretns, mr. and Mrs. Albert Castern and Mr. and Mrs. F.F. Schultz.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwartz and two little daughters, Colleen and Joanne, Mrs. Ida Harlow and daughter Edna, all of Medford, spent Sunday at the Walter Swieso home. Mrs. Harlow remained for a longer visit.



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