News: Tioga, Wis. (29 May 1913)


Contact: Ann Stevens


Surnames: Schwamb, Class, Wilcox, Bigelow, Dickerson, Butler, Flick, Bender 

----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  May 29, 1913 

Tioga, Wisconsin (29 May 1913) 

John Schwamb shipped a veal calf Tuesday. 

Tessie Class, Edith and Pearl Wilcox visited at C.J. Bigelow’s Monday night. 

There was a party held Wednesday night at Clarence Wilcox’s in honor of Mrs. Maurice Dickerson, Misses Edith Wilcox and Tessie Class, owing to the bad weather there was not a very large crowd in attendance. 

Mesdames Clarence Wilcox and Maurice Dickerson drove to Greenwood Sunday. 

Mac Butler drove to Fairchild one day this week. 

Ern Flick entertained his mother and sister from Fairchild the latter part of the week. 

Elder Bender held services at the school house Saturday afternoon. 

Mrs. Maurice Dickerson and little daughter Velora returned to Illinois Monday. 

Mrs. Hesper Wilcox spent Monday with Mrs. C.J. Bigelow.   

Misses Tessie Class, Pearl and Edith Wilcox visited Monday at the home of Mrs. Clarence Wilcox.  



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