News: Twenty-Six Road (19 Oct 1967)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: Thompson, Pischer, Brett, Fellenz, Metcalfe, Kurz

Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 19 Oct. 1967

News; 26 Road (19 Oct 1967)

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thompson spent Sunday evening with their daughter, LeAnn, at her apartment in Marshfield.

Mr. and Mrs. Philmore Pischer spent Saturday with Grandma Tews and helped her winterize her house.

The auction of Mrs. William Welsh was well attended Saturday.

Better signals are needed for the railroad crossing on Y before both Leonard Thompson and Elmer Horn homes from both directions. In the last car accident with the train, the driver said he didn’t see the crossing until it was too late.

Farm Bureau meeting for October 20 at the Ron Jonett farm and Novembr 17 at the Henry Kurz home.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brett left for Minnesota on Friday to attend the wedding on Saturday of their son David. They plan to return Sunday. Duane Mews did the farm chores over the weekend.

The Spencer Fire Dept. was called to the Sylvester Fellenz farmFriday evening to check a hot pocket in the second crop of hay. It was 200 degrees so some of the hay was removed and it burned and the danger was lessened. Then on Monday morning the dept. again was called to remove some burning hay. All of the hot hay was removed Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Metcalfe and Teddy Metcalfe drove to Illinois on Friday evening where they visited relatives before returning on Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. John Kurz called home Monday to report fish still aren’t biting to good. The will wait till the fish are before returning home.



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