News: West Side (28 May 1925)

Contact: Stan
Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Farning, Howe, Syth, Noah, Dimler, Buittner, Ozanich, Copeland, Merlak

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (28 May 1925)

Mrs. Farning was calling on our road Sunday.

Mr. Howe is hauling wood which he bought from Jerold Syth. That must be the reason of so much cold weather is that Mr. Howe is laying in a supply of wood.

Alfred Noah called at Lou Dimler's Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dimler were Greenwood callers Monday.

The Janesville School closed Friday with a nice program and lunch in the evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dimler spent Monday at the home of his parents. He helped his father plant corn.

The frost Sunday night froze the corn that was up. Joe Buittner reports his corn frozen.

Mr. and Mrs. Lou Dimler autoed to Willard Friday morning.

Mrs. Farning is staying in Loyal at present.

Joe Ozanich is having a wall built for his new barn, which he intends to build this summer.

Lou Dimler sheared sheep for Mr. Copeland Tuesday.

Lou Dimler drove to Withee Saturday.

Joe Buittner drove to Greenwood Tuesday morning.

It looks like the parties are starting out to raid the autos around here, same as some other places, as there were two new inner tubes taken from a certain auto Friday night at the school program.

John Merlak is working at Joe Ozanich's.

 

 


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