Beaver , May 12, 1906
Contact: Arlene Peil
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner - 24 May 1906
West Beaver. - May 12
Louis Harding did shopping in Loyal Tuesday.
May Moore was canvassing for books here Thursday. Mrs. John Scovil visited with Otto Anderson’s people Sunday.
Mrs. Eugene Brenamen visited with Mrs. Arthur Himes Saturday.
A bright little baby girl came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Stabnaw, May 15th.
Elda Recheleu whose home is at Bright visited relatives and friends here Sunday.
Delia Salzwedel has been making a week’s visit with her sister, Mrs. Herman Van de Hey.
Mrs. Ernest Sinclair is receiving a visit from her father, Mr. Fryatt and her brother Grant.
Mrs. Richard Walters who has been visiting her parents at Sheboygan returned to her home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Scovil visited their daughter, Mrs. Albert Christianson Monday.
Merton Himes who has been working at Bright’s mill came home last Tuesday and is now making his home with his brother Arthur.
Mrs. John Redwine and daughter Loey and two youngest children visited her sister, Mrs. Albert Christenson who lives west of Hemlock.
A crowd gathered at the home of J. H. Redwine Saturday evening which was a great surprise to them. The evening was spent in dancing.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Recheleu and two youngest children drove to Bright Sunday to visit the formers brother, Mr. Chris Recheleu and family.
C. J. Harvey of Poynette, Wis., has been here the past week looking after business interests and doing some work on his farm, better known as the Harlow place.
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