News: Tioga (3 Oct 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Cole, Swanson, Ripplinger, Palms, Harrison, Wilcox, Smith, Beiling, Wightman, Markham, Bedell, Church, Ingham, Flick, Bedell, Hoganson, Boyer
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/3/1918
Tioga (3 Oct 1918)
Mrs. A.E. Cole and daughter, Lottie, called on Mrs. John Swanson Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ripplinger and family visited at the Palms home Sunday.
Mrs. G.W. Harrison and son left here Saturday for their home in Ashland.
The young folks of Tioga, Clark and Helen Wilcox and the Misses Smith of Greenwood, A. Beiling of Chili, Andrew Wightman of Neillsville and Mr. Markham and daughter of Augusta spent Sunday evening at the W. Bedell home. The evening was spent in dancing and all report a fine time.
W.E. Palms and Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Church and daughters, Laura and Hazel, autoed to Greenwood Thursday.
W.E. Palms made a trip to Neillsville Friday.
W.E. Palms went to Beloit Saturday.
There will be a dance in the R.D. Ingham store Saturday evening. All proceeds go to the Red Cross. Everyone come and help the boys “over there.”
Mr. Markum and daughter, Elsie, came Saturday morning to visit at the E. Flick home.
W.A. Bedell took in the Augusta Fair Tuesday.
Mrs. W.E. Church called on Mrs. H. Hoganson Sunday.
Mrs. W.E. Palms was on the sick list last week.
W.E. Church went to Greenwood Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Boyer and Mrs. Eugene Palms spent last week with friends and relatives in Fairchild and Augusta.
Grandma Palms spent Saturday with her son, Jess Palms.
© Every submission is protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.
Show your appreciation of this freely provided information by not copying it to any other site without our permission.
A site created and
maintained by the Clark County History Buffs