News: Twenty-Six Road (20 Apr. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Fahey, Hogue, Scott, Ware, Rogers, Waterburg, Lenhard, Esselman, Zetche
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 20 Apr. 1900
Ed. Fahey drove to Greenwood Sunday and was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. H. Hogue.
Archie Scott's people were visiting at Mr. Ware's Sunday.
Preparations are being made for considerable building on the Twenty-Six Road this summer.
Tom Fahey is intending to build a barn. Mr. Rogers expects to build a new house. Ed. Fahey is puttting up a granary and Mr. Ware is going to raise his barn and put in a basement under the entire building.
Mr. and Mrs. Free Waterburg of La Crosse were seen passing through here last Saturday on their way to visit his parents in Loyal.
Mrs. Lenhard's father, Mr. Esselman, expects to start soon for Germany.
Our Sunday School will open again the first Sunday in May. We are in hopes the roads will be good by that time and that we will have a good attendance. Come one and all and help make our Sunday School a success.
Frank Zetche was seen on the Twenty-six road one day last week.
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