News: Twenty-Six Road (1 June 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn

Surnames: Heaslett, Jenks, Allen, McKenzie, Hewitt, Peterson, Enders, Garvin, Blecha, Bibby

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 1 June 1900

Twenty-Six Road

Something went wrong at the skimming station, Monday morning so that most of the farmers had to wait until noon for their milk.

Harry Heaslett is helping Authur Jenks with week. They are getting above 3000 lbs. of milk at the present time.

Mrs. Allen and daughter, Nellie, were callers on the twenty-six road last Friday evening.

Some of our young people prefer going to Sunday picnics rather than to Sunday school.

There will be children's day exercises at the Chapel one week from next Sunday.

Mrs. McKenzie of Loyal, is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Hewitt.

Ed Peterson had a run away at the creamery one morning this week.

Mr. Enders is making preparations for the building of a new house.

A Bible class was organized in the Sunday school last Sunday.

Mr. Al. Garvin was visiting at W. Garvin's last Saturday.

Mr. Wm Garvin made a trip down to Viroqua last week.

Mr. Heaslett is giving his house a new coat of paint.

Jimmie Blecha has been sick with the mumps.

Peter Bibby is reported very sick.



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