News: Seif & Hendren (04 Nov 1926)

Contact: Stan


Surnames: Marquardt, Cooper, Prill, Marden, Hale, Tolaney, Phillips, Boling, Perushek, Baldwin, Humboldt, Greening, Wood, Laken, Woelffer, Decker, Poppe, Hogenson, Wegner

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (04 Nov 1926)

Mr. and Mrs. Marquardt, Miss Clara Marquardt, the Cooper children, John Marquardt and family of Neillsville spent Sunday afternoon at the Prill home.

Archie Marden called at Boling's Wednesday.

Florence and Everett Hale spent Thursday evening with Rose and Joe Tolaney.

Dave Phillips worked for J. Boling Thursday.

Ludvik Perushek Jr. called at Tolaney's Friday.

H. Hale returned home from Neillsville Saturday.

Paul Baldwin of Willard called at Humboldt's Friday evening.

Walt Greening filled silo for A. Tolaney Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Wood called at Laken's Sunday morning.

L. Perushek and family visited at Tolaney's Sunday p.m.

Mr. Woelffer of Neillsville put a radio in the Wm. Humboldt home on trial. We wonder if Bill's name will be added to the list of radio owners?

Quite a few from here attended the program and social at the Church and Wildwood School Friday evening. We hope you all enjoyed it.

Miss Lillian Decker spent Thursday night at her home near Greenwood, returning to her school duties again on Friday.

Wm. Humboldt is at Neillsville at present, taking medical treatment. He is staying at the Emil Poppe home. We hope he will soon get well.

Mrs. L. Hogenson called on Mrs. Wegner Tuesday morning.

Miss Florence Hale left for Beloit, Wis. Saturday, where she will spend the winter with her aunt.

 

 


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