News: Seif & Hendren (22 Jul 1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Schmirler, Bayuk, Gosar, Morgal, Velkvorh, Bukovec, Richard, Perushek, Hren, Quick, Smith, Neilson, Tolaney, Marden, Hale, Kaltinger, Lunka, Humboldt, Hogenson, Hall, Lesar, McCune, Boling, Nicholson

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (22 Jul 1926)

Edward Schmirler, our cheesemaker, is the proud owner of a new Chevrolet Coupe since Saturday. How do you like it Ed? The girls are looking for a ride.

The following called at Tolaney's Sunday: The J. Bukovec family, John Bayuk family, Gosar family of Willard, and John Morgal family, M Velkvorh family and Mrs. Frank Lesar of Gorman, the Perushek and F. Morgal families of Tioga.

Dan Richard assisted Frank Hren with his haying one day last week.

Mr. Joshua Quick called on M.R. Smith Saturday.

Mrs. Andrew Neilson was seen on our highway last week.

Joseph Tolaney is on the sick list at this writing.

Mr. and Mrs. Marden spent Sunday at the Hale home.

John Kaltinger called at the Anton Tolaney home Thursday.

John Kaltinger Jr. and sisters Ella and Mary of Gorman called at the Ludvik Perushek home Friday night.

Mrs. Frank Lunka spent Friday evening at the Anton Tolaney home.

Wm. Humboldt was entertaining his brother from away last week.

Hogensons entertained company Sunday.

Hales and Smiths went out blueberry picking several times last week. They also made frequent visits to Rock Dam.

The Frank Lesar family of Gorman visited at Tolaney's Thursday evening.

This community was shocked to hear of the sudden death of Mrs. Art McCune at the Chippewa Falls Hospital, Tuesday. The burial took place at the Town of Seif Cemetery Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Boling entertained company from away Saturday and Sunday.

The Frank Nicholson family of Fairchild was seen on our road Friday.



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