News: Mead (21 Oct 1926)
Surnames: Bessie, Backen, Clute, Kippenhan, Gallond, Goeke, Blum, Heagstead, Johnson, Krause, Odell, Reese, Reinhardt, Jigg
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (21 Oct 1926)
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bessie of Coxie were visitors at the Henry Backen home Sunday.
Vern Clute was a caller at the Blum home Sunday a.m.
We wish to correct an error in our last week's items. The program at the Kippenhan school will be Thursday, Oct. 28 instead of Friday. Please note the change and be sure and come.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Gallond were callers at the Ed Kippenhan home last Sunday.
Henry Backen, L. Gallond and Henry Johnson helped Mr. Goeke near Greenwood cut corn a few days last week.
Thelma Blum called at the L. Gallond home Thursday p.m.
Henry Backen and Helmuth Blum were Greenwood callers Friday.
Earl and Helen Backen and Clarence Heagstead called on Helmuth and Thelma Blum Wednesday evening.
There was school Saturday to make up for a lost day.
The goose shoot at the Ed Kippenhan farm last Sunday was quite a success.
Henry Backen sawed wood Monday. Mr. Johnson, Mr. Krause, W.H. Blum, Clarence Heagstead and Helmuth Blum were his helpers.
There have been several hunters in this vicinity during the past week.
Jiggs were glad when Maggie said "Let us go to the program and basket social at the Kippenhan School, Thursday, Oct. 28th. We can have our fortunes told for only 5 cents by a real living witch."
Mr. and Mrs. Odell and Miss Amelia Backen and Helmuth and Thelma Blum were Sunday visitors at the Henry Backen home.
Mr. and Mrs. David Reese and family were seen in this vicinity Sunday. They have bought a farm in this vicinity.
Helmuth Blum helped Ernest Reinhardt fill silo Friday and Saturday.
Clarence Heagstead is staying at Henry Backen's. He is helping out with wood.
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