News: Twenty-Six Road (07 Sep 1972)
Surnames: Burkhalter, Brue, Kurz, Neuman, Woods, Horn, Redig, Metcalfe, Buhrow, Johnson, Heckel, Bymers, Stumke, Gorst, Oestreich, Florey, Schillinger, Krasselt, Collinson, Kammerer
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 07 Sep 1972
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Burkhalter and Mr. and Mrs. Sig Krasselt were guests at the E.M. Brue home on Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Brue's birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kurz and Corey visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Kurz on Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Neuman and family of Greenwood visited at the Henry Kurz home on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Woods of Lake Mills, Iowa spent the weekend at the E.M. Brue Home.
Elmer Horn is in the Veteran's Hospital at Madison. Fern Horn, his wife, and Laura Horn went to visit him on Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Kurz took Mrs. Elmer Redig Sr. to Memorial Hospital, where she is a patient. Mrs. Ray Metcalfe accompanied them. She and Mrs. Kurz visited with Arlene Collinson, Joe Buhrow, Mary Johnson and Edith Kammerer.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Heckel, a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bymers, visited them on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kurz spent the weekend with the Allan Stumke family of Waupaca. During their stay they also visited with Paul Stumke of Sacksville, and Raphael Gorst of King, both former residents of the area.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bymers and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Oestriech of Marshfield went camping at Couderay over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. E.M> Brue attended the centennial of Kensett, Iowa recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kurz visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Florey on Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Schillinger stayed at the Joe Bymers home over the weekend.
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