News: York Township (1894/12/06)
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: ROBINSON SNYDER FULWILER LAWRENCE ROWE COONISH KERN QUACKENBOSS COCHRANE BROOKS HARRIMAN JOHNSON WHITCOMB WOLF GRAVES
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 12/06/1894
Wilcox: November 26, 1894
Harry Robinson of Shortville was the guest of F. L. Snyder Thursday.
The young people gave a pleasant surprise to Mr. and Mrs. Levi Fulwiler last Wednesday evening. All present had a good time.
Walter Lawrence and wife spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Hemlock.
W. H. Rowe came out of camp the past week nursing the grippe.
G. S. Rowe, L. J. Fulwiler and wives spent Thanksgiving at Granton.
Frank Coonish cut his foot severely while at work in Tom Kern’s camp.
Chester Quackenboss has built an addition to his house.
E. M. Cochrane has moved his family into the Vick residence.
Mr. Brooks of Lynn, opened school in District No. 3, Monday.
Win Harriman, of Neillsville, came up and got the school ma’am Friday.
Lyman Johnson, a student of the Neillsville High School, spent a few days at home last week.
Loren Snyder had the misfortune to cut his knee quite badly Saturday.
Miss Etta Whitcomb has gone to Hogan to stay.
Mr. Wolf and sons, of Fond du Lac, were the guests of Walter Graves the past week.
W. W. Warner slashed the index finger on his right hand last week.
L. Fulwiler, wife and son, visited relatives at Marshfield the first of the week.
Thanksgiving is a day that is not observed appropriately by all the citizens. They discard the proclamation of the governor and the president. This is very injudicious and if you are among them you belong to a class which really does not deserve the name of American citizens. We have a Ruler of all nations - a giver of all good. To give thanks to him is your duty, as you have enjoyed many blessings which others have not. By aiding the needy on that day you will do a good deed. Be an American in the full sense of the word and observe the day as one grateful to live beneath the stars of liberty.
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