News: Gorman (12 Aug 1926)


Surnames: Prebil, Francel, Klanchar, Perme, Perko, Scharenbrock, Godec, Vilkworth, Morgal, Hribar, Slemec, Fortuna, Kaltinger, Lesar, Dergance, Boh, Parkel, Merkun, Volk, Janezich

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (12 Aug 1926)

Mrs. Frank Prebil called at the Francel home Sunday.

Frank Francel Jr. is cheesemaker at the Clover Leaf Factory.

Mr. and Mrs. Klanchar and son Albert were visitors at the Perme home Sunday.

Misses Frances and Pauline Prebil and Olga Perko called on the Misses Frances and Alice Klanchar.

John Scharenbrock called at Klanchar's Monday. His car sure was decorated nice after he left.

The Perko family spent Sunday evening at Godec's.

Most everybody attended the dance Wednesday and Saturday night. Hope you all enjoyed yourselves.

The Perko family visited the Dergance family Saturday night.

Mr. Prebil called on Mr. Perko Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vilkworth, son and daughter, left for their home in Waukegan. Morgals gave them a farewell party Thursday night. Quite a few attended it. Mrs. Vilkworth is Mr. and Mrs. Morgal's daughter.

Frank and Joe Hribar and Anton Janezich were callers at the Klanchar home Sunday.

Misses Mary and Anna Fortuna called on their sister, Mrs. Joe Slemec on Sunday.

Some people from Stanley spent Sunday on the Gorman Mound.

(Last Week)

The following spent Wednesday night at the Volk home: Misses Mary and Ella Kaltinger, Frances and Anna Lesar, Olga Perko and Joe Hribar.

Joe Perme and Felix Perko left for Chicago Tuesday night.

Mr. Dergance, Mr. Boh and Mr. Pakel were callers at the Perko home Sunday.

Permes went blueberry picking Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Prebil visited Lesar's Wednesday night.

Frank Prebil Jr. left for Chicago Sunday.

Mrs. Merkun visited Mrs. Klanchar Sunday.

Mr. Klanchar left for Chicago on business Saturday night.

The Volk family called at the Perko home Sunday.



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