News: Seif & Hendren (11 Jun 1925)

Contact: Stan
Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Tolaney, Sapiega, Quick, Phillips, Perushek, Laken, Riphenburg, Boling, Kuenkel, Prill, Wood, Peterson, Francel, Bartell, Halbrader, Humboldt

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (11 Jun 1925)

Tony Tolaney returned to Iron Mountain, Mich. Monday after spending a few days with the home folks.

Sapiega's were entertaining company from Sheboygan from Saturday till Wednesday.

Joshua Quick is working for Sapiega's since Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Phillips returned home from the southern part of the state last week.

Pauline Perushek called at Tolaney's Wednesday.

Rose Tolaney called at Boling's Thursday.

Frank Laken was a Tioga caller Friday.

A few from here attended the dance at Willard Saturday.

H. Riphenburg called at Boling's Thursday.

Oscar Kuenkel called at Humboldt's Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Prill spent Saturday evening at Laken's.

F. Laken called at Wood's Sunday.

Louie Peterson, our former cheese maker, visited at Sapiega's Tuesday.

Frank Francel of Gorman started to haul milk to the Schwamb Cooperative Dairy Co.

Mr. A. Tolaney, F. Laken and O. Kuenkel were Willard callers Wednesday.

Mr. Bartell, the Delco Light dealer of Neillsville called at Tolaney's Friday.

The Rawleigh man was in this neighborhood last week.

Mayme Laken is on the sick list.

Geo. Halbrader is busy grading the road nowadays.

 

 


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