News: Loyal (15 Jun 1911)
Surnames: Wienke, Keppert, Kaarup, Frasier, Brown, Rogers, Waterbury, Lyons, Greeley, Wolf, Griffith, Derby, Robell, Wenzel, Vandehey, Hirsch, Fuchs
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 15 Jun 1911
Mrs. C.F. Wienke, Jr., and little daughter arrived from Columbus for a three week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keppert.
Mrs. John Kaarup left Friday for Red Wing, Minn., where he husband is now in charge of the woodwork department of a wagon shop.
Mrs. B.F. Frasier went to Neillsville Saturday to visit relatives and friends for a week.
Lloyd Brown left yesterday for Watertown, where he has accepted a position in a barber shop.
James Rogers went to Spencer last Tuesday to meet his daughter Ann, who recently had an operation performed in a hospital at St. Paul. C.H. Brown drove his car to Spencer after them.
Freeman Waterbury of Encampment, Wyo., who had been visiting his sister, Mrs. W.W. Lyons for a week, returned Monday. He is engaged in mining and reports his venture a success.
The Roddis Company of Marshfield loaded three carloads of elm logs here last Monday.
Mrs. Anna Greeley went to Spokeville Tuesday to visit a few days with her friend, Mrs. L. Griffith.
Ira Wolf of the town of Loyal went to Hartford Saturday, where he expects to work during the summer.
E. Derby visited his family here for two weeks. He left Monday for Granton, near where he is drilling a well.
Mrs. Mike Robell went to Marshfield Saturday after a visit of a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wenzel.
Dan and Herman Vandehey went to Kaukauna Saturday to attend the wedding of their brother Alfred on Monday.
Principal E.C. Hirsch and Dr. A.F. Fuchs of this village attended the class paly at Unity last Friday evening.
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