News: Loyal (18 July 1933)

Contact: Kathleen E. Englebretson


Surnames: Kurr, Cook Borden, Hills, Nysted, Braun, Byse, Richardson, Chamberlin, Hills, Schoch, Blaucher, Edwards, Hills

---Source: Marshfield News-Herald (18 July 1933)

Loyal News

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kurr and children, Bath, South Dakota, visited Mrs. Kurr's aunt, Mrs. Marion Cook, Friday, on their way back from a trip to Chicago, where they visited A Century of Progress. Mrs. Kurr's mother was formerly Ruth Borden, one of Loyal's pioneers.

Mrs. Alfred Hills and children returned Friday from a month's visit at Ladysmith with relatives.

Julius Nysted left the last of the week for Camp Douglas, where he will spend two weeks in training.

Miss Clara Braun left Sunday for Lake Tomahawk, where she will spend a week.

Miss Grace Byse left Friday for Oshkosh, after spending a month with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Byse.

Mrs. May Richardson and daughters Winifred and Lois Beth, Mrs. Addie Chamberlin, Mrs. Bertha Hills and Shirley Hills, autoed to Stevens Point Sunday and Miss Leona Chamberlin of Madison returned with them for a visit here.

Mr. and Mrs. Schoch spent Friday until Monday with relatives in Mosinee.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blaucher and children spent several days in Wausau, returning Friday.

Margaret Nysted attended a Luther convention at Weyauwega Sunday.

Mrs. John Edwards underwent a major operation at a Madison hospital Friday is reported doing well.

Paul Hills, Neillsville, visited relatives here Saturday.



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