Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: VANDEBERG VISGAR EBBE KING GARVIN ROWE TURNER LINDSLEY LAWRENCE HILTON BLISS VAN TASSEL WHITCOMB BREWER
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 03/07/1895
Wilcox: March 5, 1895
John Vandeberg lost a fine Jersey a few days ago.
Miss Mida Visgar of Granton, visited friends and relatives here last week.
John Ebbe entertained his friends with a dance Friday evening.
A pleasant surprise was given Ethel King last Tuesday evening. The evening was spent in games and music.
Tom Garvin made a business trip to Greenwood Monday.
L. W. Mack has returned from Loyal and re-opened his blacksmith shop.
Walter Rowe and Abie Turner mad a business trip to Chili Wednesday.
E. H. Lindsley and wife returned to Stevens Point Wednesday last.
----Sources: The Loyal Tribune in its last issue said that Jessie Lawrence was married to Ray Hilton.
The bride is a former resident of this place and has a large circle of friends who join in wishing her a bright and happy future.
Joe Rondorf intends to erect a fine brick residence next summer.
Our crusader friend, Miss Bliss, was married at Stevens Point Thursday.
Sugar season is at hand once more and some of the farmers are extensively engaged in the business.
Mrs. Mary Van Tassel went to Unity last week Saturday.
Etta Whitcomb starts Wednesday for Chicago to make her home with Dr. Brewer.
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