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Surnames: ROGERS HALES WHALEN LINDSLEY BENEDICT TURNER ROWE COCHRANE SMITHERS TURNER CAMPBELL LINCOLN FULWILER
November 12, 1891
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 11/12/1891
D.R. Rogers and son Norman, have gone up in the northern part of the County hunting deer.
A.W. Hales has gone to Iowa to see his father, who is sick. He was accompanied by his son, Phil.
Mrs. Maria Whalen returned home last week from Fond du Lac and vicinity, where she has been visiting old friends.
Mrs. D.R. Rogers returned home last week from Menomonie, where her mother resides.
School closed in district number one last week, Miss Ella Lindsley was the teacher.
The following officers of York Center Lodge of Good Templars, were installed the evening of the 7th by A. Benedict, L.D.: C.T., Mrs. M.J. Turner, V.T., Mrs. L. Rowe, R.S., Mrs. Dora Rowe, A.S., E.M. Rowe, F.S., E.M. Cochrane, T., Miss. Lois Smithers, C., Mrs. C.A. Benedict, M., Geo. Rowe, S.J.T., Miss Jennie Rowe, A.M., Miss Elva Turner, T.G., P. Campbell, S., Mrs. Lizzie Lincoln, P.C.T., A. Fulwiler
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