News: Tioga (11 Mar 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Dunn, Phillips, Slover, Samodi, Asplin, Loy, Wilcox, Campbell, Shepard, Bigelow, Schon, McCune

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/11/1915

Tioga (11 MAR 1915)

Albert Dunn arrived here from Poplar, Mont., Sunday on business and to visit relatives and friends.

Alice and David Phillips visited Sunday with Vera Slover.

A. Samodi drove some cattle home for Mrs. C. Asplin Saturday.

Mrs. A.W. Loy returned to Greenwood Monday.

Pearl Wilcox went to Greenwood Monday to stay a while with Mrs. Pearl Campbell, who is sick.

Mrs. S. Loy of Neillsville and Mrs. D.C. Shepard and daughter, Gertrude, of Fairchild, came Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends.

Mrs. S. Loy and Mr. C.J. Bigelow and wife visited Wednesday with Bert Wilcox and family.

B.B. Schon came Friday morning from Waterloo, Iowa, to visit at the home of E.P. McCune.

The play “Diamonds and Hearts” was played Friday night and was a success although one of the characters did not go and others had to take that part. There was not a very large crowd, owing to the snow storm through the day, which made the roads quite bad.

Mrs. D.C. Shepard and daughter returned home Wednesday.

Albert Dunn came down from Greenwood Friday to witness the play at the school house Friday night.

Mrs. S. Loy returned home Saturday.



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