News: Twenty-Six Road (01 Apr 1932)
Surnames: Hannah, Hawley, Lyon, Esselman, Lemberg, Corey, Thurber, Swieso, Hensler, Schultz, Loos, White, Rohde, Rekow, Barton, Schuette
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01 Apr 1932
Mrs. Ernest Hannah spent Thursday at the Milton Hawley home.
Rollie Lyon visited at the Clair Lyon home Friday.
Miss Dorothy Esselman spent several days caring for Mr. Schuette of North Beaver, who was seriousl ill with erysipelas.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Lemberg of Loyal spent Easter Sunday at the C.A. Corey home.
Dr. Thurber of Loyal was a professional caller at the Walter Swieso home Friday.
Jacob Hensler Sr., owner of the North Star Brick Cheese Factory, has sold his factory to a Swiss cheesemaker from Kurth's Corners, who will take possession at once. Mr. Hensler and family will moved to Loyal.
Rueben Schultz visited at the Walter Swieso home Sunday p.m.
Alex and Rueben Loos spent Easter Sunday with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hawley and little son Wilber spent East Sunday at the Ernest Hanna home.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb White and family spent Easter Sunday at the James White home.
Mrs. Joseph Esselman was taken suddenly ill Monday morning. The Greenwood ambulance was called and she was rushed to the Marshfield hospital.
Little Dorothy Hanna spent from Thursday until Sunday at the Milton Hawley home.
Miss Eunita White assisted her aunt, Mrs. James White, with housework for a few days the past week.
Mr. Earl Rohde and family plan to move to Greenwood soon, as they have rented their farm.
Ernest Rekow and daughter Elsie spent Easter Sunday at the F.F. Schultz home.
The children at the Lyon School were treated to chocolate Easter egg bars by their teacher, Miss Leona Barton, Friday, which was greatly enjoyed.
Walter Swieso was a caller at the Clair Lyon home Sunday morning.
Mrs. Herb White attended the eastern Star Lodge at Loyal Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Esselman and daughter Dorothy spent Saturday at Neillsville.
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