News: Hendren & Foster (24 Dec 1925)
Surnames: Palms, Larson, Tubbs, Dean, Tiecer, Szariko, Bigelow, Szolgar, Greening, Butler, Glasow,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (24 Dec 1925)
Dorothy and Orlene Palms called on the Larson children Sunday afternoon.
Miss Tubbs called at the Bigelow home Monday.
Mrs. F.E. Dean and Joyce called on Mrs. Larson Tuesday.
Joe Tiecer and Stanley Szariko butchered a cow for Pete Larson Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Bigelow called on Mr. and Mrs. Szolgar Tuesday morning.
Ralph Bigelow helped Leo Greening with the feed grinding in Tioga Tuesday. They report eighty three sacks of corn ground.
Mrs. Larson and daughter Ellen called at the Bigelow home Wednesday evening.
Lucy butler spent Thursday night with Miss Tubbs at the F.E. Dean home.
Several from here attended the Christmas program Friday night in the East School and much credit is given Miss Glasow for the way it was carried out. It was a success in every way. The scholars all did fine.
The program in the Church school Saturday evening was very good for such a few scholars. Each one did their part well and the teacher Beulah Tubbs also deserves much credit for her fine entertainment.
A number of Joyce Dean's little friends helped her celebrate her fourth birthday Sunday afternoon about four o'clock. They were all served with sandwiches, pickles, cake and cocoa.
We wish you all a Merry Xmas.
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