News: Seif & Hendren (20 Aug 1925)

Contact: Stan
Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Casper, Sapiega, Schmirler, Berthold, Fortuna, Lesar, Kovac, Bayuk, Laken, Mills, Tolaney, Halbrader, Knipfel, Parkel, Podobnik, Cooper, Wrightman, VanHorn Asplin

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (20 Aug 1925)

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Casper and children of Willard visited at Sapiega's Thursday evening.

Edward Schmirler went to Edgar Sunday for a visit with home folks.

Herman Berthold and son Harry were Greenwood callers Friday.

The following visited at Tolaney's Sunday: Anton Fortuna and Lesars of Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. Kovac of Bright, Dora, Gertrude and Joe Bayuk of Willard, and Mr. and Mrs. Laken and children.

Calvin and Lee Mills of Christie are cutting hay on the Asplin farm.

Miss Rose Tolaney spent Sunday afternoon at Sapiega's.

August Halbrader called at Sapiega's Friday afternoon.

The stockholders of the Schwamb Cooperative Dairy Co. held a meeting at the cheese factory Thursday evening. The purpose of the meeting was to decide whether they would join the cheese federation. County Agent H.M. Knipfel was present, and also Mr. Parkel and Mrs. Podobnik of West Eaton.

The Ladies Aid held a sale and Ice Cream social at the James Cooper home Wednesday evening. Quite a crowd was in attendance.

Andrew Wrightman of Sydney came up Friday and started to cut hay on his brother's farm.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank VanHorn and children were at Greenwood Thursday.

Frank Laken called at Tolaney's Wednesday afternoon.

 

 


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