News: York Center
(8 April 1943)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Schoenfeld, Armitage, Mallory, Davis, Voight, Gluch, Schnabel, Retta, Eden, Drescher, Pischer, Mortimer, Frantz, Frieshman, Wierzenski, Teatz, Rowe
----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 8 April 1943
York Center - by Mrs. Hattie Turner
Emil Schoenfeld had hay balers last Monday, baling the hay he bought last fall at the Lyle Armitage auction.
Mr. and Mrs. Price Mallory have moved from the Frank Davis farm onto the Lawrence place.
Hank Voight and Ronald Gluch helped Mr. and Mrs. Herb Schnabel move from the Carl Retta farm to the Eden farm last Thursday.
Carl Drescher and family moved from the Beck place to the Alvin Pischer farm last week.
Herb Schnabel bought some hay from Harold Mortimer and was busy hauling it Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frantz are moving from near Greenwood onto the farm they bought from Carl Drescher.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frieshman went to Milwaukee Saturday and came back Sunday, brining Mrs. Wierzenski home. She had spent the winter in Milwaukee and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wierzenski of Abbotsford did the chores while Mr. and Mrs. Frieshman were gone.
Mrs. Hank Voight visited here father, Rob Teatz, and her brother, Roy, and wife Sunday.
Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Rowe of Chicago received announcement cards that they have
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