News: Twenty-Six Road (01 Feb 1934)


Surnames: Lyon, Castner, Esselman, Swieso, Kelty, White, Haupt, Rueth, Coryell, Habeggar, Bentzler, Baeschlin, Warner, Hubing, Englebrecht, , Stutte, Zuege

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01 Feb 1934

Mrs. Clair Lyon visited at the Albert Castner home Tuesday.

Mrs. Joseph Esselman enjoyed a visit with a cousin from Evansville over Sunday.

Several from this vicinity attended the oyster supper at St. Anthony's Church at Loyal Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swieson and son Wilbert, and Arlene White visited Thursday at the John Kelty and Emil Haupt homes.

Franklin Rueth sawed wood for F.D. Coryell Friday, and for Wm. Habeggar on Saturday.

Lorraine Bentzler, two week old twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bentzler, died Thursday morning, Jan. 18th.

Art Baeschlin and Herb White autoed to Jump River and visited at the Ray and Ora Warner home.

Misses Eunita and Elna White visited their cousins Ila and Loa Mae Swieso Sunday p.m.

Several from this way attended the Senior Class play "That Henderson Family," at Loyal Friday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Hubing, Leona Hubing, and Walter Englebrecht of Athens, Almyra Hubing, R.N., of Milwaukee, Clra and Laura Stutte of Wausau, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hubing and son were Sunday guests at the Fred Stutte home.

Dale Zuege spent Friday night and Saturday with Kenneth White.



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