News: York Center (22 Jul 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Free, Voigt, Pease, Vandeberg, Judd, Lastofka, Johnson, Christopherson, Garvin, Gullick, Rondorf, Turner, McMahon, Heibel, Davis
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) July 22, 1910
York Center (22 July 1910)
Herb Free and Ed Voigt left Tuesday for Park Falls where they intend to work in the paper mill.
Miss Pearl Pease spent Sunday at the home of John Vandeberg.
About 6 carloads of cows were shipped from around here this week on account of poor pastures and the slim hay crop.
Art Judd transacted business at Neillsville Monday.
Dance at Martin Lastofka’s barn Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson and Art’s mother while returning home from Loyal Saturday happened to meet Dr. Christopherson with his auto. The doctor did not check his speed as he passed them and the horse became unmanageable, upsetting the buggy and throwing the occupants to the ground where by Mrs. Art Johnson was badly hurt. She is slowly on the gain, although still confined to her bed. Some of those fellows ought to be taught a lesson, then they would be more careful when passing rigs.
Art Garvin, purchased a flee driving horse at Granton last week.
A crowd of young folks gathered at the home of Bert Gullick’s Sunday evening and had ice cream and cake; the rest of the evening was spent in playing games.
Rella Rondorf called on Loyal friends Sunday evening.
Mell Turner has just completed his silo which makes a great improvement to the farm.
Ben Turner and Joe McMahon called on lady friends Sunday afternoon.
Richard Free and Fred Heibel were Neillsville callers Saturday evening. Fred was to ride the goat in the I. O. O. F. but on account of the rain it was too slippery for the goat to come out.
Abe Vandeberg jumped from a load of hay Tuesday and sprained his hind leg.
A hired girl wanted; Apply at the home of Jay Davis or leave word in the mail box.
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