News: Seif & Hendren (10 Sep 1925)
Surnames: Walters, Schmirler, Gonschorek, Hoganson, Laken, Bayuk, Lass, Bradish, Cainkar, Glasow, Tomlinson, Tolaney, Koschak, Speich, Greening, Hren, Boling, Trunkel, Godec, Eisentraut
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (10 Sep 1925)
Mr. A. Walters returned from South Bend, Indiana Thursday.
Edward Schmirler visited with the home folks at Edgar Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Gonschorek visited with the L. Hoganson family at Willard Sunday.
Jake Laken, Math Bayuk, Frank Lass, Mary Laken and Frances Bradish autoed up from Ottawa, Ill. for a short visit at the Laken home. They returned home Thursday, taking Mrs. Laken and children back with them, as she will take Mayme to see the doctor there in regard to her hearing.
Leo Cainkar visited with Edw. Schmirler Wednesday afternoon.
Black Berry School opened Tuesday with Miss Elizabeth Glasow of Globe for teacher again this year.
Misses Frances Bradish and May Laken spent Thursday afternoon with the Bayuk girls at Willard.
Pauline and Violet Tomlinson spent Monday with Josephine and Mayme Laken.
Leo Cainkar returned to Chicago Friday after spending a few months at the Frank Hren home.
Edward Schmirler was a Neillsville caller Friday afternoon.
Tolaneys visited at the L. Koschak home at Willard Sunday.
Bolings entertained company from Eau Claire Wednesday.
J. Bayuk of Willard called at Laken's Thursday.
Frank and Jake Laken and Frank Lass visited at the A. Trunkel home at Willard Thursday.
Mr. Speich of Greenwood delivered a new Fordson tractor to Walt greening Monday. Walt will be kept busy filling silos this fall.
Threshing of grain is almost through in this neighborhood.
Joe Godec of Willard was seen on our road Friday.
The Worchel school opened Monday with Miss Helen Eisentraut of Neillsville for teacher.
A number of young folks from here attended the first dance at the new Willard Hall Saturday night.
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