News: York Township (03/30/1893)

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Surnames: BOLTON GARVIN GIBSON KING LAWRENCE LINDSLEY ROWE

----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 03/30/1893

Wilcox, Wisconsin; March 28, 1893

A. E. Garvin is out again after a week's trial of the grip. George Lindsley is visiting a brother in Minnesota. The Clark County Holiness Association will hold a meeting at the M. E. Church at York Center, Friday the 31st. S. D. Gibson has returned for his trip to Kansas. J. J. Rowe, Sr. returned from Plymouth last Wednesday. He purchased a fine monument at that place to mark the spot where rests the remains of a fond wife and loving mother. The Good Templars of this place will give a dime social in the near future. Bert and Mel Lawrence are home are nine months hard work in the pinery. The Wilcox bud has come and gone, and now the blossom is here. We hope the blossom will hang on longer than the bud. Mrs. E. H. Lindsley has closed a successful term of school at Chili. Mrs. S. W. Bolton will teach the spring term of school in the Palmer district; where she has just closed a successful term. Floy King is home for a week's vacation. She has been attending a school at Fairchild. Everybody should take the Press and get all the news. We believe to be the best paper in the county.

 

 


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