News: York Township (18 Jan 1906)
Contact: Arlene Peil
Surnames: Davis, Lovell, Garvin, Lawrence, Livingston, Fulwiler, Mortiner, Andregg, Thorson, Tucker, Rowe, Stevens Vandeberg
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/18/1906
Dave Davis has returned from Oshkosh.
Jerry Davis made a trip to Romadka Saturday.
J. W. Lovell, who has been very sick is improving some.
Wm. Garvin of Loyal is the guest of his son A. E. this week.
Melvin Lawrence and Fay Livingston traded horses recently.
E. E. Fulwiler is assisting Ray Mortiner with cutting bolts and logs.
Andregg Bros. and Morris Turner are hauling wood to Mr. Reuth’s landing.
Mildred Thorson returned to her school duties last Tuesday in district No. 3.
A. H. Tucker has sufficiently recovered from an attack of rheumatism so he can get out again.
Special meetings are still in progress in the Free Methodist church. Much interest is being manifested.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Davis attended the oyster supper of the Odd Fellows at Neillsville last Saturday night.
Quite a number of York’s young people attended the masquerade dance at Granton Saturday night.
Mrs. Geo. S. Rowe and children returned to their home at the Hub City last Tuesday after a three weeks visit with Mrs. Rowe’s parents at York Center.
Chauncey Stevens of Veefkind lost one of his horses a few days ago while he was down here after a load of hay. The horse stepped into a hole and fell in such a way as to break one of his legs and had to be killed.
Town treasurer John Vandeberg has been going around the past few days with his head done up. The reason is his head came in contact with the blade of an axe while he was repairing the stanchions in his stable. He received a pretty bad cut.
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