News: York Twp. Center (12 Feb 1914)


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Surnames: Rowe, Lawrence, Fulwiler, Willmarth, Harris


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Feb 12, 1914


York Township Center (12 Feb 1914)


William Rowe has a manure carrier put in his stable last week by the Luethe Company.


The second Sunday school entertainment will be held Friday night, Feb. 13, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rowe.  The committee consisting of Walter Rowe, Ernest Rowe, Will Lawrence and Amos Fulwiler are making great preparations for it and promise a good time to all who will attend.  It’s free to all.  Refreshments and coffee will be served.  Come and help us spend a delightful evening.  Bring lead pencils.


Rev. Willmarth of Greenwood expects to conduct services in the M.E. Church next Sunday afternoon.  Rev. Harris will fill the appointment at Greenwood.



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