News: Seif & Hendren (14 Oct 1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Larson, Laken, Perushek, Tolaney, Hale, Okerl, Marden, Schwamb, Schmirler, Humboldt, Cooper, Prill, Greening, Hale, Wood

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (14 Oct 1926)

Miss Ellen Larson spent Saturday evening with Pauline Perushek.

Mrs. Laken called on the home folks Monday.

L. Perushek and family spent Tuesday evening at Tolaney's.

H. Hale spent Sunday with the home folks, returning to Neillsville Monday morning, where he is assisting with the work on the new Black River Bridge.

F. Laken and family spent Saturday evening at the Prill home.

H. Okerl visited at Laken's Sunday.

Mr. A. Marden called at Hale's Monday.

Mr. A. Schwamb and family spent Sunday afternoon at the J. Schwamb home.

Joe Tolaney visited with Ed Schmirler at the factory Sunday.

Frank Laken called at the F. Wood home Sunday.

Humboldts entertained a houseful of company Sunday.

J. Cooper called at Prill's Thursday.

Prills are owners of a new radio since last week. Now they have a houseful of company every evening listening in. How do you like it radio fans?

Miss Pauline Perushek left for Chicago Wednesday where she has employment.

The Ladies Aid was held at Humboldt's Thursday. Quite a few were in attendance.

The silos are all filled in this neighborhood and Walter Greening has moved his rig to Gorman, where he will fill silos this week.



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