News: Seif & Hendren (22 Dec 1932)


Surnames: Celar, Laken, Perushek, Tolaney, Prill, Wegner, Modersohn, Humke, Riphenburg, Hren, Kuenkel, Phillips, Kalsow, Sapiega, Humboldt, Quick

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 22 Dec 1932

Lawrence Celar called on Frank Laken Thursday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laken and children and Ludvik Perushek and son Lud visited at Anton Tolaney's Sunday p.m.

Mrs. Albert Prill visited with Mrs. Art Wegner and Mrs. Tillie Modersohn Saturday.

Miss Rose Humke called on Mrs. Prill Sunday afternoon.

Herb Riphenburg had wood sawyers Saturday.

Joe Tolaney called at Perushek's and Hren's Wednesday.

Mrs. Albert Prill helped Mrs. Oscar Kuenkel Thursday.

Frank Laken was a Neillsville visitor Wednesday.

David Phillips visited at Smith's Sunday.

Hans Kalsow called at Laken's

Joe Tolaney was a Willard caller Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week.

Anton Sapiega went to Neillsville on business Wednesday.

Lyle Humboldt visited with Joe Tolaney Tuesday evening.

Lud Perushek Jr. drove to Eau Claire Friday to get his sister Angeline home for the holidays.

Joe Tolaney visited Joshua Quick Saturday afternoon.



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