News: Twenty-Six Road (23 Feb 1928)
Surnames: Esselman, White, Haupt, Loos, Stutte, Zuege, Schultz, Castner, Habhegger, Lyon, Evans, Biers, Becker, Hawley, Swieso, Garvetter, Hensler, Kilburn, Schultz,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 23 Feb 1928
Early Tuesday morning while little four year old Charles Esselman, won of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Esselman, was playing on the bed and in some way the little fellow threw himself over, wrenching or straining his back, causing unconsciousness, which last for nearly an hour, and it was necessary to call a doctor before the child could gain consciousness again.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb White and son George spent Sunday at Emil Haupt's.
Eula White spent Wednesday at her aunt's, Mrs. Walter Swieso.
The program given at the Lyon School Tuesday was well rendered. The pupils enjoyed a number of guessing contests, after which they received many candy hearts, from miniature hearts to huge hearts. Those who attended the program were: Mrs. C. Loos, Mrs. F. Stutte, Mrs. H. Zuege, Mrs. Frank Schultz, Mrs. A. Castner, Miss Julia Habhegger, Miss Echo Lyon, Mrs. C. Lyon, Mrs. M. Evans, Mrs. H. Biers, Mrs. James White, Mrs. Joe Becker and daughter Mae and son Walter, Milton Hawley and mother, Mrs. J. Hawley, Mr. and Mrs. Herb White, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swieso, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garvetter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hawley.
Jase Hensler Sr. returned from Nebraska Tuesday where he visited relatives, and he also visited an old friend at Gordon, Neb., who he had not seen for twenty years.
Mrs. Lizzie Kilburn of Loyal spent the first of the week at the home of her sister's, Mrs. C.B. Esselman.
Mrs. Clair Lyon called on Miss Frank Stutte Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schultz and little daughter Betty Jane of Neillsville had Sunday dinner at the James White home.
Mrs. Herb White and Mrs. Jas. White attended the Royal Neighbors Lodge at Loyal Wednesday.
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