News: Hendren & Foster (14 Jan 1926)
Surnames: Burda, Podrovitz, Tiecer, Palms, Bigelow, Dean, Szevik, Schwamb, VanHorn, Boeckman, Asplin
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (14 Jan 1926)
Bill Burda, who has been staying at the Tom Podrovitz home for the past two or three months, returned home to Chicago on Monday.
Joe Tiecer sawed wood for N.E. Palms Tuesday and Wednesday. Those who helped were C.J. Bigelow, F.E. Dean, Stanley Szevik, and Ralph Bigelow.
N.E. Palms went to Owen again Wednesday to work in the mill yard.
Mrs. F.E. Dean and Florence Palms spent Thursday with Mrs. Mary Schwamb.
Mrs. Alta Palms and Florence Palms spent Friday at the Bigelow home.
Ralph Bigelow cleaned out the ice house for Frank VanHorn on Friday.
Little Earl VanHorn is on the sick list.
Flroence Palms returned to her work in Eau Claire Saturday.
Dr. Boeckman of Greenwood was called Sunday to the home of Earl VanHorn.
Mr. and Mrs. James Asplin of Canada took dinner at the C.J. Bigelow home Saturday. James lived here as a boy and his wife taught the church school.
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