News: Twenty-Six Road (26 Apr 1928)
Surnames: White, Biers, Evans, Noah, Kindt, Swieso, Hawley, Austin, Zuege, Hammer, Hannah, Esselman
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 26 Apr 1928
Mr. and Mrs. Herb White and family and Phillip White took Sunday dinner at the James White home.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Biers spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Evans.
Art Noah spent Sunday afternoon with his lady friend at the Aug. Kindt home near Christie.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swieso and children called at the James White home Sunday.
Miss Marjorie Hawley, our supervising teacher, was sick with the flue at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hawley, the latter part of the week.
Miss Dorothy Austin taught school for Mrs. Della Hawley Monday.
The pupils of the Lyon School who won in the Declamatory, Art, Spelling and Arithmetic contest, went to Dodgeville School Saturday, accompanied by Mrs. Della Hawley, Mrs. H. Zuege and Mrs. W. Swieso, where they took part in the contest given between five schools. Those who won first places were Lola Mae Swieso and Datle Zuege in Declamatory. There will be another contest later.
Tuesday, Wm. Hammer and little son Billy drove to Loyal after a shipment of chicks, but instead of the chicks being left at Loyal depot, they were sent to his address on Greenwood route. So Wm. And son went on the train to Greenwood with the intention of returning on the noon train. Before he got his chicks from Greenwood, P.O. and back to the depot, the train had left, leaving them to walk home. Fortunately a farmer gave them a ride most of the way, but Wm. Was seen returning later with 200 chicks under one arm and a little tire son under the other.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hannah spent Sunday with relatives at the Hawley home.
Joseph Esselman and mother were Neillsville visitors Monday.
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