News: Loyal  (7 May 1907) 


Contact:  Laurel Bragstad



Surnames:     Baer, Bushman, Canfield, Cysewski, Darton, Davel, Dunn, Garvin, Gergen, Grob, Gwin, Heaslett, Huntzicker, Jarvis, Jaseph, Johnson, Kihn, Lange, McGonigal, Noble, Oestrick, Philpott, Schwan, Simon, Thomas, Ware,  Weaver, White, Wilding, 


----Source:  Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI)  5/7/1907



Stella Thomas spent Sunday at home.


Mrs. Bushman’s people have moved to Montello.


Mrs. Gergen is visiting her daughter in Neillsville.


Julius Ware and Marian Dunn spent Sunday in Loyal.


M. Wilding bought a horse Monday from Sam Johnson.


The flour mill in Loyal started to grind last Wednesday.


Mr. Canfield visited Monday with his sister, Mrs. E.B. Kihn.


Clara Thomas taught school last week for Mrs. Mable Jarvis.


Born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weaver Tuesday, April 30th, a little girl.


Albert Davel attended the meeting of assessors at Neillsville last week.


Sheriff Jaseph came up from Neillsville Saturday after Mrs. Baer, who is insane.


Mrs. Chas. Oestrick and Lenny were to Rhinelander Wednesday where they will remain.


Mrs. Wm. Lange enjoyed a visit last week from her father and brother who live at Merrill.


The Marshfield Motion Picture Co. gave an entertainment Monday evening in the Leabel building.


J.M. Philpott is doing carpenter work for Harry Heaslett who is having his house altered somewhat.


Frank McGonigal is mail carrier these days as substitute for George Jarvis who is ill with scarlet fever.


Mrs. Fred Darton has gone to Wiebaux, Montana, to visit her son and family and daughter Gertrude.


Mrs. Belle Huntzicker returned to Omaha Tuesday after visiting seven weeks with her mother, Mrs. Noble.


Mrs. A.M. White and Mrs. H. White and children were over from Greenwood Tuesday visiting with Mrs. Gwin.


Larry Cysewski and sister Dorothy attended the wedding of their friend A.N. Simon at Greenwood Wednesday evening.


Mrs. Harry Heaslett and Jennie Garvin have opened a dressmaking establishment upstairs in the Quin building.


Robert Grob of Merrill and Martha Schawn were married Thursday evening at the home of the bride’s parents, Rev. Wm. Lange performing the ceremony.



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