News: Tioga (7 Sep 1916)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Bigelow, McCune, Shepard, Palms, Loy, Walters, Just, Popple, Wagner, Phillips, Swanson, Sundell, Peterson, Butler, Wilcox

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/7/1916

Tioga (7 Sep 1916)

C.J. Bigelow left Tuesday for Terrace, Mont., to work for a couple of months.

Miss Beulah McCune went to Waterloo, Ia., Tuesday, where she will teach school the coming term.

Vivian Shepard arrived here Wednesday from Chetek to clerk for W.E. Palms for a short time.

Wales Church is doing some work on the road between Tioga and Hay Creek.

The road crew from Fairchild was working on the road south of Hay Creek Saturday.

Mrs. A.W. Loy is home from Osseo again.

Mr. Walters is plastering the school house in Jt. Dist., Seif and Hendren, and school will begin next Monday with Tillie Just as teacher.

W.E. Palms has been very busy the past week driving out with land men. Mr. Popple, we were informed, has made several sales.

Mr. Wagner and Lewis Phillips built a barn last week for Mr. Popple.

We are having cooler weather, but no rain to speak of yet in this locality.

A hard frost visited some of the gardens around Tioga and some have been obliged to cut their corn.

Mrs. Swanson is home again since last week.

Mrs. Sundell of Rockford, Ill., and Mrs. Esther Peterson of Greenwood visited at the Mack Butler home on Thursday.

Edith Wilcox left for Marengo, Ill., Friday to visit the home folks.



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