Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: WINDOVER FULWILER HUNTLEY ROWE MACK KING FREE HALES BOLTON HALLOCK GIBSON JOHNSON SUTHERLAND
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 11/30/1893
York, Wisconsin: November 27, 1893
Cutter riding seems to be the order of the day. Arthur Windover visited with friends and relative at Humbird last week. I. Fulwiler visited Neillsville Tuesday and enjoyed the snow storm. George Huntley of Grant made the Center a pleasant call Wednesday. Mrs. E.M. Rowe is reported on the sick list. Les Mack, our worthy blacksmith is kept busy making sleighs. He has six to complete before Christmas. The young people gave Miss Floy King a pleasant surprise Friday evening. Judging from the many parties held the young must surely be alive at this place. Dick Free has a logging job for Mr. Hein of Neillsville and will start camp today. A.W. Hales butchered a porker last week that tipped the scales at 454 lbs. when dressed. Rev. J.A. Bolton, of Humbird, visited with relatives the latter part of the week. School opens in District No. 3 today with Bertha Hallock as teacher. S.D. Gibson and wife took in the Johnson-Sutherland wedding Wednesday near Heathville.
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