News: Twenty-Six Road (11 May 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn

Surnames: Jabos, Steenberg, Bibby. Heaslett, Norris, Ware, Fahey, Mulvery

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 11 May 1900

Twenty-Six Road

Mrs. Charles Steenberg was a caller at Mr. Heaslett's one day last week.

Mrs. Ware, Mrs. Boyce and Mrs. Heaslett gave the chapel a thorough cleaning on Wednesday of last week. Mr. Heaslett did his share by carrying all the water that was needed.

Mr. and Mrs. Norris are staying at Mr. Ware's for a short time.

Mrs. Fahey was visiting in Greenwood last week with her daughter, Mrs. H. H:ogue.

Dan Fahey and Harry Heaslett attending the May dance at Loyal. Quite an attraction in Loyal for Dan at the present time.

Mr. Ware raised his barn Monday and is getting it in readness for the basement.

Mrs. Fahey received word that her daughter, who lives in Port Huron, Michigan, was very ill. Mrs. F. and Mrs. Kate Mulvery started for that place on Tuesday morning of this week.

Mrs. Mack's mother, Mrs. Jabos and her niece Angie Jabos of Appleton came Saturday last.

Mr. Heaslett drove up to Mr. Steenberg's north of Greenwood last Friday.

Dr. Conroy was down to see Andrew Bibby, who is quite sick.



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