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Gossip and Visiting News

Source: Duluth News-Tribune, August 05, 1916 - Sub. by K.T.

Miss Blance Gagne departed Friday evening for a month's visit with relatives at Newberry, Mich.

Source: The Bismarck tribune.(Bismarck, N.D.), July 16, 1921; submitted by KT

Leave for Wisconsin
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Harrington will leave the city Sunday by auto for Hayward, Wisconsin, Mr. Harrington's former home, and other points. They expect to spend a month or six weeks in the lake resort region of Wisconsin, where Mr. Harrington will seek relief from hay fever.

Source: The Holt County sentinel. (Oregon, Mo.), December 17, 1915; submitted by KT

Charles J. Hermann, who, with his family, recently returned from Hayward, Wisconsin, also brought at the same time a fine carcass of a deer, and placed it in cold storage. Last week, he cut it down, and among others we acknowledge the receipt of a generous hunk, and say, oh my, it was some eating.

Source: The Bemidji Daily Pioneer.(Bemidji, Minn.), November 24, 1913; submitted by KT

Mrs. Jens Jorgenson of Hayward, Wisconsin is the guest of her sister Miss Olive Miller and her brother D. D. Miller and family. She arrived in Bemidji Friday and will remain until after Thanksgiving.

Source: Duluth News-Tribune, 11 Dec 1915 - Sub. by K.T.

The family of Joseph McKeown will leave for Mississippi Thursday, where they will make their future home.

Source: Duluth News-Tribune, May 27, 1916 - Sub. by K.T.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McQuarry left Wednesday for Fort Atkinson, Wis., where they will make their home with their only son, Norman who holds a responsible position with a large fire-arms manufacturing company. Mr. McQuarry has for the last 16 years been confined to his bed with blindness and paralysis. He came to Hayward 28 years ago and was for a number of years engaged in the lumber business. Mrs. McQuarry, whose maiden name was Cayo, came to Hayward during the first year of its existence, in 1882, both of them being among the oldest residents of the city.

Source: The Bemidji Daily Pioneer., November 13, 1913, (Bemidji, Minn.) submitted by KT

Mrs. D. D. Miller and little daughter and Miss Olive Miller, returned Wednesday morning from Hayward Wisconsin, where they have been visiting Miss Miller's sister, Mrs. Jorgenson, who has been sick.

Source: "The Appeal". (Saint Paul, Minn.), September 09, 1916 - Sub by K.T.

St. Paul - Mrs. W.W. Mills and son are spending a few weeks at Hayward, Wis., visiting Mrs. J. M. Freeman.

Source: "The Princeton Union" (Princeton, Minn.), December 30, 1915 - Sub. by K.T.

Misses Olive and Allie Saxon returned last week from a two weeks' visit at the home of their sister, Mrs. Walter A. Mack, at Hayward, Wisconsin.



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