News: Gorman (11 Oct 1934)


Surnames: Burentz, Janezich, Hribar, Perme, Prebil, Auman, Perko, Arko Prebil, Stemec, Klancher, Lesar, Dietch

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 11 Oct 1934

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burentz of Waukegan are visiting at the Janezich home for the past week.

Mary Hribar left for Chicago some time ago, where she is employed.

Joe Perme returned from a two week jaunt Tuesday evening. While he was away he visited in Chicago, Milwaukee and several other cities.

Mrs. Frank Prebil, who has been sick for some time, is now able to be about and is feeling much better.

John Auman is doing carpenter work at the Lesar home the past few weeks.

Roselyn Janezich is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Janezich.

John Perme and Eddy Perko were at Fairchild Tuesday night.

The Zoological surveyors, who have been surveying the south Mound and others nearby, have completed their work and have put up several landmarks on the mound.

Frank Arko helped Mr. Prebil husk corn Monday.

Several of the young people from here attended the show in Greenwood Saturday evening.

Mr. Stemec is busy refilling silos. Kristine Perme, Elecy Prebil and Molly Perme were out for a hike in the woods Sunday p.m.

Felix Perko was home for the weekend and returned to Hatfield Sunday night.

The Dietch family of Chicago are visiting the Klancher home.



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