News: Gorman (07 Oct 1926)

Contact: Stan


Surnames: Perko, Prebil, Fortuna, Klanchar, Lesar, Auman, Slemec, Bayuk, Matkovich, Kaltinger, Furlong, Davey, Merkun, Hribar, Godec, Yeager, Perme

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (07 Oct 1926)

Joe Perko Jr. and his friend left from here Monday morning for Ely, Minn.

The Prebil and Fortuna young folks attended the show in Greenwood Monday and Wednesday nights.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klanchar and son Frank, Ed and Fred Perko assisted Lesars with their work Thursday.

Louie Perko had the misfortune to lose half of his third finger on the left hand on a silo filler while playing with the Slemec boys.

The following spent Thursday night at the Prebil home: John Auman, Paul and Frances Klanchar, Fred and Olga Perko.

Miss Frances Klanchar spent Wednesday afternoon at the Lesar home.

Charles and Ed Perko assisted Joe Slemec with his work Wednesday.

Miss Anna Lesar called on Miss Frances Klanchar Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Prebil and daughter Elsie, Mr. and Mrs. Bayuk and the younger children spent Sunday afternoon at the Perko home.

Charles Perko called on Mr. Matkovich Sunday.

Anton Klanchar is on the sick list.

Who were the visitors that called at the Klanchar and Prebil home Friday?

The following spent Sunday evening at the Perko home: John Perme, Pauline Prebil, John Kaltinger, Frances Klanchar and Anton Furlong.

Miss Gertrude Davey and girlfriend visited our school Tuesday.

Mrs. Merkun called on Mr. Hribar Sunday.

The Fortuna and Prebil young folks, Miss Frances Klanchar and Olga Perko attended the show in Greenwood Saturday night.

Frank Klanchar Jr. was working at the Godec home for a few days this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perko and son Joe and his boyfriend visited with Lesars Sunday night.

Misses Mary and Anna Fortuna, Frances Klanchar and Olga Perko spent Sunday afternoon at the Prebil home.

Miss Frances Klanchar called on Mrs. Walter Yearger Sunday.

Mr. Perme called at the Klanchar home Sunday.

 

 


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