Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: SMITH WINDOVER STEINFELDT HUYCK KING DAVIDSON BENEDICT LAWRENCE ROWE GARVIN REDMOND
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 06/18/1891
Mr. C.L. Smith, an old resident of York Center, has moved back to our town. He has been living for the last four years near Princeton, Green Lake County. The old neighbors were glad to see him return.
Mrs. H. Windover and Mrs. Steinfeldt were called to Humbird last week on account of the sickness of their father, Mr. Aaron Huyck.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H.A. King a daughter. Mother and daughter doing well.
L.M. Davidson and C.H. Benedict, who have been up at Rhinelander the past two months at work, are at home for a short time. They say they have a good homestead up in Town 40, Range 6 East.
Mrs. Al Lawrence has a sister visiting her from Menasha.
The folks of the Center are getting ready for camp meeting which begins the 23rd.
Will Rowe and T.H. Garvin are building a house for Elmer Redmond.
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