News: Twenty-Six Road (01 Apr 1971)
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Surnames: Metcalfe, Johnson, Wright, Kammerer, Buhrow, Kruse, Gehrke, Kurz, Dittner, Tews, Degraw, Shortess, Stock, Schmoll, Pribbernow, Hubbard, Florey, Steiner, Armitage, Prindle. Boge
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 01 Apr 1971
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Metcalfe visited at the Memorial Home in Neillsville with Mary Johnson, Bessy Wright, Edith Kammerer and Joe Buhrow on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Kruse of Rockford, Illinois, formerly of this area, returned over the weekend to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Len Gehrke.
Mrs. Henry Kurz and Corey were Tuesday morning breakfast guests of Mrs. Marie Dittner of Spencer.
Mrs. Roger Metcalfe and Mrs. Teddy Metcalfe help Mrs. Ray Metcalfe do some spring painting on Thursday. Evening supper guests included Teddy as well.
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Gehrke of Auburndale were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Len Gehrke.
Larry Boge visited with Ray Metcalfe on Thursday.
Sunday visitors of Grandma Tews were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tews and Violet Degraw.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Metcalfe accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shortess to Redwood, where they enjoyed a fish fry and returned to the Shortess home for the rest of the evening.
Charles Stock of Marshfield, formerly of this area, visited at the Ray Metcalfe home on Saturday.
Meetings coming up in April – Veefkind Homemakers changed their meeting date from the 14th to the 13th, at the Marvin Schmoll home. Farm Bureau council will meet at the Rueben Pribbernow home on the 15th. Jim Peterson and tentatively Dean Hubbard will speak on 2 cent check off.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Florey and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kurz attended the Farm Bureau County Banquet held on Saturday evening at St. Mary's in Greenwood. After a Swiss steak supper they enjoyed M.C. Mr. Steiner's humorous interludes between speakers, with Don Armitage of Madison as the main speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Prindle of Wausau were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Metcalfe.
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