News: Seif & Hendren (26 Aug 1926)

Contact: Stan


Surnames: Perushek, Tolaney, Janezich, Zupanc, Hren, Tomlinson, Smith, Time, Pettis, Jerina, Champa, Larson, Marden, Stremikis, Kaltinger, Szarieko, Boyer, Palm, Podrovitz, Hizer, Laken, Humboldt

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (26 Aug 1926)

Ludwig Perushek Sr. left for Pittsburgh, Pa. Friday as a delegate of the K.S.K.J. Convention, which he will attend there. His son and daughter, Ludvik and Pauline, and Joseph and Rose Tolaney, accompanied him as far as Owen.

Mr. A. Janezich of Gorman was seen on our roads a few times last week.

Frank Zupanc left for his home in Chicago after spending a few weeks at the F. Hren home.

Jesse Tomlinson assisted Mr. Smith with his work last week.

Tony Dime and daughter Mary of Chicago were in this neighborhood Tuesday.

LaVerne Pettis called on M.R. Smith one day last week.

The following spent Sunday afternoon at Tolaney's: Jerina family of Bright; Anna, Frank and John Champa; Pauline and Lud Perushek, and Ellen and Peter Larson.

Frank Hren autoed to St. Paul, Minn. Monday on a business trip, returning on the same day.

L. Perushek and Mrs. Tolaney called at Greenwood Friday.

Joe Tolaney worked for F. Laken Tuesday and Wednesday.

Mr. A. Marden was a Willard caller Thursday.

August Stremikis and Johnnie Larson left for Gary, Ind. last Thursday.

Frank Hren left for Chicago Tuesday afternoon, after spending a few days at home.

Agnes Zupanc called at the Wm. Humboldt home Thursday.

John, Mary and Ella Kaltinger and Pauline Perushek called at Szarieko's Sunday.

Tolaneys spent Tuesday and Thursday evening at the L. Perushek home.

George Boyer and family spent Thursday evening at the Gene Palm home.

Mrs. Tom Podrovitz called on Mrs. M.R. Smith Thursday.

Leona Hizer and Marie Podrovitz attended the dance at Willard Wednesday evening.

 

 


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