News: Tioga (22 Oct 1914)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Palms, Ingham, Bedell, Wilcox, McCune, Brown, Flick, Frederickson, Halbrader, Thoma, Gail, Bigelow, Till, Berthhold, Humbolt, Mund, Voight, Steinberg, Schwamb, Sheets, Phillips, Loy

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/22/1914

Tioga (22 OCT 1914)

G.H. Palms was out for an auto ride Wednesday.

Jim Ingham bought his brother Rae, home from Spencer Sunday and on account of the rain and muddy road, left his car here and returned Wednesday morning to take it home. Mrs. R.D. Ingham and son accompanied his home for a visit.

George Bedell and Jim Wilcox were home over Sunday and Monday. Edith, Pearl and Jim Wilcox, Harold McCune and Warren Brown spent Sunday with Clarence Wilcox and wife.

Eugene Palms went to Fairchild Wednesday.

Lulu Flick, who has been quite sick, is again up and around.

Grandma Palms called on Mrs. Frederickson Thursday afternoon.

Clark Wilcox went to Fairchild Monday.

Aug. Halbrader is building a fine new barn. Messrs. Thoma and Gail are doing the carpenter work.

C.J. Bigelow went on the cream route for E. Flick Thursday.

Several from this vicinity are taking treatment from Dr. Till of New Richmond.

Mr. Shipman of Fairchild was here Friday buying stock which was shipped to Fairchild Saturday. Among those who sold stock were, Aug. Halbrader, J.M. Palms, Mr. Berthhold, Wm. Humbolt, Elmer Mund, Albert Voight, and Otto Steinberg, so Saturday was quite a busy day for Tioga.

John Schwamb is building a new barn.

Edna Sheets spent Saturday at the Phillips home.

Mrs. A.W. Loy visited some folks Monday returning to Greenwood Tuesday.

Miss Alta Flick spent Sunday night with her brother Esru, and family returning home to Fairchild Monday. Her sisters, Mildred and Lulu, and babe goin home with her.






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