Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: PARRETT SMITH LEE ROWE GIBSON HALES ROWE GRAVES GIBSON BOLTON
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 04/18/1895
Wilcox: April 17, 1895
John Parrett is quite sick.
George Smith moved to Beaver.
York Center will soon have a store.
Fisk Lee was over from Fremont Friday last.
George Rowe has gone to Fairchild to work.
Effie Gibson was a Loyal visitor last Friday.
Mable Gibson has gone to Fremont to stay.
E. M. Rowe and family, of Neillsville, spent Sunday here.
A number of the young people from Granton attended the entertainment here last Sunday evening.
Loren Hales, five years old, fell in a kettle of hot syrup last week and burned his arm very badly.
During the storm last Friday afternoon, Wm. Rowe’s barn was unroofed. Straw stacks, trees and fences were also blown over.
W. H. Rowe had a hard attack of the grippe last week.
Ed. Graves and Herb Gibson both cut their feet last week.
Mrs. Emma Bolton has opened school in the Forman district.
Mrs. Geo. Fulwiler, of Marshfield, is visiting relatives and friends here.
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