News: Hendren & Foster (11 Nov 1926)

Contact: Stan


Surnames: Dean, Larson, Wilcox, Bigelow, VanHorn, Greening, Podrovitz, Mortel, Loy, Palms, Walker, Morgal

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (11 Nov 1926)

We are enjoying a few days of fine weather.

Mrs. Dean went to Greenwood Monday.

Johnnie Larson is home from Indiana.

The entertainment at the Church School Friday night was well attended and all report a good time.

Word was received here that Mr. and Mrs. James Wilcox youngest child has spinal meningitis at their home in North Collins, N.Y.

The Ladies Aid was well attended at the home of Mrs. Dean Thursday. There were twenty-three present.

F.E. Dean worked for Frank Morgal Saturday.

Ralph Bigelow worked for F. VanHorn Wednesday and for F.E. Dean Friday.

Leo Greening drove to Eau Claire Saturday.

Steve Podrovitz, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Podrovitz, arrived here from the old country Friday. He was left there with his grandparents when a small child and is now around twenty years old. They are very much pleased to have him home.

Mr. Mortel was out from Butlerville Saturday.

Those who spent Sunday at the F.E. Dean home were: Mrs. Loy, C.J. Bigelow, N.E. Palms and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walker of Fairchild, Florence Palms of Eau Claire, and Bill and Leo Greening.

 

 


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