News: Tioga (12 Oct 1916)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Hill, Wilcox, Swanson, Randall, Ingham, McCune, Slover, Kenicht, Palms, Bedell, Shepard, Popple, Bigelow, Loy, Humbolt, Phillips, Pritchett
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/12/1916
Tioga (12 Oct 1916)
Fred Hill and son and Mr. and Mrs. Waite Wilcox autoed up from Chili Sunday with Mrs. Hesper Wilcox.
Bert Wilcox is doing carpenter work for John Swanson.
Kenneth Randall drove up from Neillsville Saturday with his sister, Ethel, who began teaching in the Church school Monday.
The chow and dance Tuesday night was well attended.
R.D. Ingham and John Swanson motored down near Neillsville to see Mrs. Swanson Sunday.
The Ladies Aid was well attended at Mrs. Hazel McCune’s Thursday.
Gertrude Randall drove up from Neillsville Thursday after her sister, Ethel, and visited with Vera Slover Friday, returning home in the evening.
Miss Kenicht of Winona, a trained nurse, is visiting with her friend, Mrs. Mable Palms.
Everyone is very busy these days gathering in their vegetables and getting ready for winter to set in, which is liable to come any time now. We have had a lovely fall so far.
J.M. Palms and son, Gene, and his daughter, Lulu Bedell, and Vin Shepard, autoed to Augusta Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Art McCune went to Minnesota Saturday to visit Mrs. McCune’s mother.
Ethel Randall spent the weekend at Neillsville with the home folks.
Mrs. John Swanson returned home Sunday.
W.E. Palms and Mr. Popple autoed to Neillsville Sunday.
Hesper Wilcox and daughter, Pearl, spent the day with Mrs. C.J. Bigelow and Mrs. Loy.
Stella Humbolt has a piano.
R.D. Ingham and wife and son motored to Spencer Saturday and returned Sunday.
Wilks Bedell will lay a foundation under his house this fall.
Lewis and Levitte Phillips and Ora Pritchett are working on the road for Mr. Popple.
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