News: Twenty-Six Road (16 Aug 1934)
Surnames: Warner, Harlow, Hawley, Howard, Hannah, Wendel, Gravitter, Dunn, Knoll, White, Cook, Rohde, Butterbrodt, Swieso, Rueth, Prior
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 16 Aug 1934
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Warner and family and the latter's mother, Mrs. Ida Harlow, all of Jump River, were Sunday visitors at the Jas. White home.
John Hawley, Milton Hawley and son Wilbur and Hugh Howard were Saturday p.m. callers at the Ernest Hannah home.
Frank Wendel was a Sunday caller at the Paul Gravitter home.
Miss Elna White returned home after a few days visit with her cousin Ruth Dunn of Eaton.
Mrs. Henry Knoll Sr. and Mrs. Walter Swieso spent Monday p.m. and Tuesday with Mrs. Milton Hawley.
Miss Eunita White, who is employed at the Eldon Cook home, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herb White.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hawley and son Wilbur attended a family reunion at the Henry Knoll home near Heathville. The occasion was Henry Knoll Jr. and Mrs. Hawley birthdays.
Art Rohde spent Sunday at the Alvin Butterbrodt home.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb White and family and Vernard Dale Swieso spent Sunday afternoon at the James White home.
Mrs. Milton Hawley and Miss Arlene White spent Thursday with Mrs. James White.
Merrill and Kenneth Dunn were Friday callers at the Herb White home.
Several of John Rueth's relatives visited him at the Marshfield Hospital Friday. They also had a blood test, as John was to have a blood transfusion Monday.
Mrs. Walter Swieso and Mrs. Herb White attended a shower given in honor of Ora Lee Prior at the M.E. Church Parlors Friday evening.
Gordon Hannah is spending a few days at the home of hi uncle Milton Hawley.
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