News: Loyal (9 Apr 1907)
Contact: Laurel Bragstad
Surnames: Alexander, Allen, Bart, Cannon, Church, Covey, Cysewski, Devlin, Gwin, Jarvis, Jaeger, Kiln, Mack, Noble, Putman, Swezzo, Thomas, Visgar, Wage, Whitcomb, Whitney, Wirie
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 4/11/1907
Etta Swezzo is ill with scarlet fever.
Mida Visgar was at home over Sunday.
Joe Mack left this morning for Pacific coast.
Larry Cysewski was a Marshfield visitor Saturday.
The Ladies’ Aid meet with Mrs. Covey this week.
Wallace Allen is away on a trip to Vickburg, Miss.
Will Bart and Dan Noble were both at home for easter.
Mrs. Esther Whitney and son Gwin are here on a visit to her people.
Mrs. M. Visgar, who has been seriously ill, is reported to be improving.
Mrs. Anna Whitcomb of Park Falls is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bart.
Eugene Prior and Mae Wirie came hoe from their school at Oshkosh Saturday.
Mrs. E.B. Kiln and children visited last week with her sister, Mrs. Wage at Granton.
Mrs. Thomas entertained Wednesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Jaeger.
George Jarvis and Mabel Devlin were married at the Catholic church Monday, Apr. 1st.
Miss Jaeger, formerly a teacher in the high school here visited last week at the home of Don Thomas.
Earl Gwin and sister, Mrs. Cora Cannon, are again residents of Loyal and are house keeping in the house formerly occupied by T. Alexander.
Mrs. Fred Church received word from Colorado last week that her brother, Gug Putman, was dead. His mother and sister went out there about a month ago and were with him when the end came.
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