News: 26 Road (18 Apr 1957)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County.\, WI 18 April 1957)
Mr. and Mrs. John Bymers had a farewell party Saturday night. Many neighbors of 26 Road attended. We all wish them happiness and success in their new home in Marshfield. They have lived here about 25 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hagedorn and family spent Saturday and Sunday with the Tews. Sunday morning the Hagedorns attended the Neillsville Lutheran Confirmation. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tews took Mrs. Albert Tews to Neillsville to accompany the Hagedorns home to Fond du Lac where she will stay until next Saturday at which time she will visit relatives in Marshfield.
Saturday night Bob Bell and Eileen Hoffman, Neillsville had 8 o’clock supper with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kurz and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fisher helped their son Johnny celebrate his 16th birthday by having a party Sunday. Attending were Merlin Gardener, Irene Wolf and Carol Elsinger of Loyal. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Hein gave a birthday dinner for Jean’s 4th birthday. Present were her sisters and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Turville, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Campbell. Mrs. Hannah Bohnsack, Don Turville, all of Neillsville and Mrs. Grace Hein. People who visited in the afternoon were Gloria Hein and friend Gordon of Marshfield and Mrs. Eleanor Seefelt and children of Riplinger.
Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kurz entertained Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tews, Mrs. Albert Tews, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Turville, Neillsville and Art Schaefer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Blum and family, Marshfield, have purchased the former Bymers tavern and home. We wish them success in their business and welcome them to the neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith and family of Humbird had dinner Wednesday with Mr. an Mrs. Martin Fisher and son.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rahm visited with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ayers, Riplinger.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Schultz visited Mr. and Mrs. Barnie Rahm Sunday afternoon.
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