News: Tioga & Gorman (21 Mar 1935)
Surnames: Morgal, Champa, Pozega, Schwamb, Francel, Lunka, Hren, Tolaney, Lesar, Grap, Knops, Voight, Volk, Klancher
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 21 Mar 1935
Frank Morgal Jr. visited with John and Frank Champa Sunday.
Wednesday while the children of the Blackberry School were playing in the woodshed, Frank Pozega had the misfortune to fall down, hitting his head on the ground so severely that he was unconscious for a long time. Ted Schwamb drove him to the doctor at Greenwood where he was revived. Luckily he is up and around as usual.
Chicken thieves were through this vicinity Wednesday night, taking chickens from F. Francel and F. Lunka farms, also other thefts were reported thought the neighborhood of different articles. It is reported a car was seen parked on the F. Hren corner which the thieves used in their get-a-way, after walking with their loot to the car. Crime doesn't pay boys, even Dillinger and Baby Face found that out.
Joe Francel assisted Joe Tolaney with the wood making several days last week.
Frank Lesar Jr., our mailman, had the misfortune to break his snowmobile near the Frank Lesar Sr. place. The heavy thaw made it exceedingly hard to travel on these snow covered roads.
Joe Francel called on Francis Knops Wednesday morning.
Harvey Grap purchased a team of horses at Neillsville the past week.
John Lesar assisted with the cutting of corn fodder at the Frank Francel home Monday.
Frank Morgal Jr. called at the A. Voight home one day last week.
Rudolph Volk called on Anton Klancher Friday afternoon.
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