News: Twenty Six Road (12 Oct 1933)


Surnames: White, Dunn, Poulton, Sherman, Swieso, Loos, Hawley, Knoll, Lyon, Ryan, Castner, Schultz

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 12 Oct 1933

James White, Albert Dunn, Mrs. Alice Poulton, and Eunita White autoed to Seymour Saturday, accompanied by Ethel Sherman, who spent the past week here visiting relatives. Mr. Phillip White returned home with them on Sunday, after spending a week with relatives at Seymour and Green Bay.

Mrs. Walter Swieso and Mrs. Conrad Loos spent Thursday p.m. at Loyal High School where the Home Economics class entertained their mothers to an afternoon party.

Miss Milton Hawley visited her mother, Mrs. Henry Knoll, at Marshfield hospital Friday, where she is preparing for a serious operation. We wish Mrs. Knoll the best of luck.

Owen and Doris Swieso of North Loyal visited at the James White home Thursday.

Eugene Lyon had the misfortune of breaking a bone in his wrist while playing on the slide at the Lyon School Thursday. He was taken to Dr. Ryan of Loyal.

Miss Hazel Castner, who teaches near Thorp, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Castner.

Mr. Irvin Schultz of Beloit visited Friday at the Frank Schultz home.

Mr. and Mrs. Herb White and daughter Arlene and Ethel Sherman were visitors at Owen Friday.



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