News: York Township (1893/09/28)
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: LAWRENCE ROWE REDMOND CHASE MACK BOLTON LINDSLEY BENEDICT FULWILER FORD HOFFMAN
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 09/28/1893
York, Wisconsin: September 25, 1893
Mrs. Walter Lawrence left last Tuesday for Dakota, where she was called by the severe illness of her mother. The welcome shower came last Monday and just ask Walter Rowe how he enjoyed it. Elmer Redmond has a sister from Maine visiting him. Oliver Chase has returned from Minnesota where he has spent sometime. Les Mack and wife visited friends in the vicinity of Granton last Wednesday. S.W. Bolton and wife started on a visit to Humbird last Saturday but were obligated to turn back on account of the forest fires. George Lindsley took in the sights at Neillsville Monday last. Fred Benedict, of Chili, came home Sunday to see his best girl. W.C. Fulwiler shot a peculiar bird last week. It weighed about three pounds, had a long bill and claws; in color it was black shading down to slate color, otherwise it resembles a partridge. Rev. Ford will leave this week and Rev. Hoffman will occupy the pulpit at this place.
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