News: Tioga (3 Feb 1916)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Church, Wilcox, Slover, Hoganson, Palms, Flick, Ripplinger, Shepard, Davis, Schwamb, Ingham, Bloomquist, Jacobson, Voigt

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/3/1916

Tioga (3 Feb 1916)

Mr. and Mrs. Church entertained company Sunday evening.

Pearl Wilcox and Vera Slover visited from Friday until Sunday with Hans Hoganson and wife.

Louie Hoganson has been making a counter for W.E. Palms. He received word Saturday that his wife, who is still out in Oregon, has had another stroke and her whole left side is helpless.

Hesper Wilcox and children visited with her brother, Jim, and family Sunday.

Lulu Flick and children visited with Eugene Palms and wife Sunday.

(Last week)
Mrs. Hannah Palms left Tuesday for Oregon, Ill., to visit her daughter, Mrs. J.N. Ripplinger. Her son, W.E. Palms, went as far as Fairchild with her.

Claude Shepard came up from Fairchild Tuesday.

R. Flick and wife came up from Fairchild Wednesday.

Miss Davis began school in Seif & Hendren School Monday and will board with Mrs. John Schwamb.

Vera Slover spent Tuesday with Mrs. W.E. Palms and C.D. Shepard.

We are informed that R.D. Ingham will give a Masquerade Ball Feb. 22.

The weather has been very cold for the past week.

John Bloomquist is again living on his farm and John Jacobson has moved in with Albert Voigt.



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