News: York Township
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: OAKLER KNIGHT SMITHERS DEMOUTH SMITH ECHART MORTON GIBSON RICHMOND PHILPOTT
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 06/04/1896
Wilcox: June 2, 1896
John Oakler, of Shortville, was the guest of F. W. Benedict Wednesday.
York was well represented at the County Seat Thursday.
Guy Knight, of Rockford, Illinois, visited his sister, Mrs. W. H. Smithers, last week.
John Demouth and wife, of Christie, visited Center friends Sunday.
Miss May Smith gave a party to her young friends Saturday evening in honor of her 20th birthday. All present enjoyed themselves immensely and at 11:30 departed wishing her many happy returns of the day.
Fred Echart, of Pittsville, was a pleasant caller Wednesday. He was the guest of W. H. Smithers and wife.
Mrs. A. J. Morton, of Granton, was a caller Sunday.
On account of the inclemency of the weather the show Wednesday evening did not take place.
A free entertainment will be given in the Visgar Church Saturday evening June 6th. Ice cream will be served after the exercises. Proceeds for the benefit of the church.
Miss Effie Gibson was home from Fremont Sunday.
The M. E. Church was crowded lat Sunday and the children deserve great praise for the manner in which they delivered their pieces.
The Star Davis land is in the market, but owing to the high price asked for it, York will not be settled very soon.
Dr. Richmond and Tom Philpott of Loyal, were at the Center Saturday examining applicants and writing applications for the purpose of organizing a M.W.A. Camp at this place. About fifteen applications were made.
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