News: West Side (28 Oct 1926)

Contact: Stan


Surnames: Bespalec, Merlak, Lenherr, Dimler, Clintsman, Sharp, McCammet, Buker, Schoenwetter, Spranger, Dillenbeck, Susa

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (28 Oct 1926)

Frances Bespalec, who had been staying at the Merlak home the past few months, left Friday for her home in Waukegan.

Alfred Lenherr bought a hourse from Lou Dimler last week.

Fred Clintsman had the misfortune to get his leg hurt quite bad last Friday while hauling out manure. He is not able to get around.

J.W. Sharp called at Lou Dimler's Thursday.

Mrs. Merlak and daughter attended church in Willard Sunday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Lenherr and children called at Dimler's one evening last week.

Mr. McCammet was a Greenwood caller Monday.

Frank Merlak had wood sawyers one day last week.

Mr. and Mrs. O. Dimler and son and Mrs. L. Dimler attended the Buker auction last Wednesday.

Lou Dimler helped J.W. Sharp thresh Wednesday.

Mr. McCammet and A. Susa were Loyal callers Friday.

Orville Dimler called on Fred Clintsman Sunday.

Mrs. H. Schoenwetter and Pete Spranger called at the Dimler and Dillenbeck homes Tuesday evening.

Roger Dillenbeck filled silo Friday and Saturday.

 

 


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