News: North York (17 Oct 1913)




Surnames: Dahl, Graves, Turner, Davis, Benedict, Teatz, Garbisch, Teatz, Meddaugh, Lockner, Macksam, Ross, Buddinger, Livingston, Marsh


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/17/1913


Mrs. John Dahl and daughter Miss Emma were Loyal callers Wednesday.


Mrs. H.G. Graves and daughter Miss Ethel were at Loyal Wednesday.


Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Turner were Sunday evening guests at the John Davis home.


Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Graves spent Sunday afternoon with John Davis and wife.


Mrs. Nora benedict spent Sunday with Miss Emma Dahl.


Mable Teatz spent Sunday with Miss Elsie Garbisch.


Robert Teatz, wife and son Royal spent Sunday with friends at Lynn.


Mr. and Mrs. Will Meddaugh moved to Dorchester Sunday where they have rented a large farm.  The neighbors were sorry to see them move away.  Mr. Lockner and family have taken charge of the Ross farm.


Arthur Teatz, Aug. Macksam and Fay Livinston each hauled a load of furniture to Loyal Sunday for Mr. Meddaugh.


Miss Elsie Buddinger is working for Mrs. S. Marsh in Neillsville.


John Dahl and son Ferdinand and Morris Turner drove to Loyal one day last week to attend the stock show.  Mr. Dahl took his little colt up to the show.


Arthur Teatz spent a few days at home.


Robert Teatz was at Granton Saturday.




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