News: Twenty-Six Road (20 July 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn 


Surnames: Bibby, Simon, Heaslett, Mulvey, Fahey, Hogue 

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner‏ (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 20 July 1900 


Twenty-Six Road


Joe Bibby drove to Neillsville Tuesday, expecting to meet his wife there, but she did not come, so he came home alone, looking very discouraged.


There were no services at the Chapel Sunday, on account of the rain. Mr. Simon came, however, but the people did not.


Mr. Large, S. S. missionary, for the LaCrosse Presbytery, was visiting at Mr. Heaslett's Thursday and Friday.


Mrs. Kate Mulvey is making her mother, Mrs. Fahey, a visit.


Harry Hogue and wife are staying at Ned Fahey's for a short time.



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