News: Twenty Six Road (10 Mar 1955)
Surnames: Fisher, Lee, Mueller, Van Epps Rahm, Giloy, Brue, Kauth, Pachel, Kurz, Beyer, Schultz, Geutschow, Hagedorn, Tews, Bymers, Sutliff, Schroeder, Clouse, Harriman, Collinson
----Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/10/1955
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Fisher and daughter Charlene of Wis. Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rahm and boys were Sunday Feb. 27 visitors at the Lowell Schultz home.
Dr. Lee was a professional caller at the Don Mueller farm Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Van Epps and children visited relatives in Chetek last weekend.
Charles Rahm and son Herbert of Loyal spent Thursday afternoon with Grandpa Giloy and Mrs. John Mueller.
Mrs. E.M. Brue has gone to Milwaukee to get acquainted with her new grandson. The baby was born Feb. 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kauth.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Pachel of Loyal were Thursday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kurz.
Mrs. Martin Fisher visited with Mrs. John Mueller Friday afternoon, while Martin did some electric wiring and repair work there.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Beyer and son Carl of Marshfield were Wednesday evening callers at the Don Mueller home.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schultz brought William Geutschow home from the hospital Sunday afternoon. He is improved in health but still quite weak.
Mrs. Clarence Hagedorn, Scotty and Linday of Fond du Lac spent from Wednesday until Saturday at the Melvin and Mrs. Albert Tews home. From there they went to Neillsville for a visit with Mr. Hagedorn’s people.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bymers and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kurz and son Michael were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the John Kurz home.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Geutschow of Eau Claire were Sunday guests at the Lowell Schultz home.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rahm had as their Sunday guests, First Lt. and Mrs. Marvin Sutliff and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rahm and boys, all of Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kurz, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bymers and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bymers visited Sunday evening at the Joe Bymers home.
Mrs. Julius Schroeder accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Clouse on a trip to Chippewa Falls on Thursday to visit Mary Jane Clouse.
Friends and relatives gave a miscellaneous shower for Carol Nelson and Corliss Harriman at the Sherman Town Hall Saturday evening. The young folks received many useful gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schroeder spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Collinson.
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