News: Loyal (31 Jul 1903)
Surnames: Bashford, Lupient, Graves, Mulvey, Lawrence, Hungerford, Tucker, Colby, Smith, Barber.
----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Friday, July 31, 1903 | Page 12, col. 3.
Loyal, Wisconsin Local News
J. B. Bashford has gone to spend a few days at his former home in Waterloo, Wis.
F. J. Lupient of Marshfield agent N. W. Nat. Life Insurance Co. was here on business this week.
Pres.A. A. Graves and Cashier Henry Mulvey of the Loyal bank with their families are enjoying a few weeks outing at Butternut.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lawrence have returned from their visit at Plymouth. He reports that his brother Forest D. is failing rapidly.
Miss Nellie Hungerford of Nasonville who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E, Tucker during the last month returned home Saturday. She is engaged to teach in the village school the coming year.
The Epworth League gave a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Colby Tuesday evening in honor of its first vice-president and his new wife, Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Smith. A large number were present and a very enjoyable time was had.
Dr. C. E. Barber has moved his office to Spencer, We are sorry to see him go, but there are so few sick people in and around Loyal that he concluded it would be better to locate in another field. The people of Spencer, need not be at all afraid bf his medicines for they are pure and fresh. He buys them daily at the Loyal drug store.
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