News: Loyal (20 Aug 1907)
Contact: Laurel Bragstad
Surnames: Allen, Balch, Bryden, Christman, Covey, Esselman, Graves, Jones, Lehnard, McCabe, Mills, Robinson, Schofield, Visgar, Waterbury, Webster, Wilding, Wollenberg,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 8/22/1907
Free Waterbury was a Marshfield visitor Tuesday.
B. Christman threshed his barley and rye Saturday.
Mrs. McCabe and children leave this week for the west.
Fred Balch and wife autoed up from the county seat Tuesday.
Rev. Robinson preached to a well filled house here Sunday.
Heath Mills was home from Oshkosh last week for a visit with his people.
Mida Visgar and young lady friend from Neillsville spent Sunday in Loyal.
Jack Bryden, Ed Wollenberg and Dr. Schofield were in the village last week.
G.W. Allen has bought a cottage near Waupaca and taken his family there for an outing.
Free Waterbury will sell house, hold goods at public auction next Saturday at the Leabel building.
Nick Christman and Lee Covey came down from Owen Saturday night to play ball with the boys.
There will be a dance in Wilding’s hall next Friday night given by the Business Men’s Association
Mrs. Joe Lehnard came over from Marshfield Saturday to be present at a reunion of the Esselman family.
Homer Webster has opened a meat market in Allen’s building which will be a good thing for Loyal as it was certainly needed here.
Mrs. Maud Jones went to Butternut Sunday where she will visit for a time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Graves before returning to her home in the south.
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