News: Tioga (11 Jul 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Barney, Jostad, Hoganson, Church, Schwamb, Butler, Bloomquist, Anderson, Bodell, Miller

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/11/1918

Tioga (11 Jul 1918)

The celebration at Tioga was a success in spite of the bad weather. Somewhere in the neighborhood of $75.00 was cleared for the Red Cross.

Mr. and Mrs. Barney, Mr. and Mrs. Jostad and baby and John and Albert Hoganson spent several days last week at the home of their brother, Hans. Hoganson and family. Albert left on the ninth and John will leave on the 22nd to enter training for the national service.

Delia Church entertained company Saturday evening.

Mayme Schwamb is in Chili visiting friends and relatives.

The farmers in this locality have started haying, which is a very good crop this year.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Butler are entertaining her brother and sister from Rockford, Ill.

Berry pickers were plentiful here Sunday and we are wondering if they all got their share. Berries are quite scarce.

Edward Bloomquist and Mr. and Mrs. Anderson visited at Mack Butler’s Sunday.

Lulu Bodell is sick as a result of getting into poison ivy and getting it into her eyes.

Dr. Miller of Greenwood was a professional caller here Sunday night.



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