News: Twenty-Six Road (29 Nov 1934)


Surnames: White, Rogers, Palmer, Knoll, Loos, Swieso, Gempeler, Lyon, Roder, Haupt, Schwarze, Bertz, Horswill, Mingle, Corey,

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 29 Nov 1934

James White and sister, Mrs. Eunice Rogers, spent Monday at the Perry Palmer home at Greenwood.

Miss Arlene White is staying with Mrs. Henry Knoll Sr. at Heathville while Mr. Knoll is deer hunting.

Miss Dorothy Loos and Ila Swieso called on Mrs. W. Gempeler at the North Star Factory Sunday.

Miss Alice Lyon is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Jim Roder, at Loyal.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haupt visited at the Walter Swieso home Friday.

The following from this vicinity spent Sunday at the Schwartz home at Medford: Mr. and Mrs. Herb White and children, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Swieso and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swieso and sons.

Gilbert Loos helped John Bertz with work for several days.

Richard Horswill of Neillsville was a Friday caller at the Walter Swieso home.

Mrs. Conrad Loos spent several days at Oshkosh, returning home Thursday.

Miss Veronica Swieso of North Loyal spent from Sunday until Wednesday at the James White and Walter Swieso homes.

John Mingle and his brother Bert were callers in our vicinity Friday.

Mr. C.A. Corey and James White left Friday for Jump River where they went deer hunting.

Eugene Lyon spent from Saturday until Sunday at the home of an uncle in Loyal.

Mr. and Mrs. Owen Swieso and baby are spending several days at the James White home helping with work, while Mr. White is absent.



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