News: Tioga (24 JUN 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: McCune, Schwamb, Wilcox, Palms, Ripplinger, Free, Johes, Ingham, Manthey, Pritchett, Holbrader, Zeigler, Bedell, Westphall, Morgal, Bigelow, Larson, Swanson, Currie, Stafford

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/24/1915

Tioga (24 JUN 1915)

E.P. McCune, wife and children went to Waterloo on a visit.

Mr. Schwamb and Bert Wilcox are about done assessing.

W.H. Palms and wife autoed down from Greenwood last week and Grandma and Mrs. Hannah Palms and Mrs. Ripplinger and children returned home with them for a visit, they returned home Saturday. Grandma stayed for a longer visit.

Miss Nettie Free has gone to Canada to visit her sister, Mrs. Johes.

There is some much needed work being done on the hill just east of Tioga.

Everybody turn out and help celebrate at Tioga July 3rd.

R.D. Ingham is very busy nowadays building a bowery and getting ready for the 4th of July celebration. He has the roof on the bowery and will have a matched floor and good music.

Ye Scrib was very busy last week, therefore, did not get any items in the paper.

Albert Manthey, Ora Pritchett, Geo. Holbrader, Mr. Zeigler, Geo. and Wales Bedell and Wm. Westphall are working on the road.

Mr. Morgal’s barn will be raised Tuesday. John Morgal is head carpenter, C.J. Bigelow having decided not to work by the job.

Pete Larson is hauling lumber to build a hay shed.

A crowd of young people went through here to Rock Dam Sunday. It certainly is worth ones while to visit it.

C.J. Bigelow and family called on Mr. and Mrs. J. Swanson Sunday evening.

Mrs. J.M. Palms and Mrs. Bigelow and children called on Mrs. Ripplinger Monday, also on Mrs. G.H. Palms.

Veterinary, Currie, of Greenwood came down twice last week to see a horse belonging to Gene Palms that got cut in the wire fence, at present writing he is doing fine.

Dimple Stafford and children and Claude Westphall and family of Greenwood visited Tioga relatives and friends over Sunday.



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