News: York Center (27 Oct 1905)




Surnames: Rogers, Lawrence, Graves, Fulwiler, Rowe, Ketel, Geisler, Winn, Lavey, Mortimer, Grabe


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  10/27/1905


Frank Rogers returned home Sat. from S.D. where he has been during the threshing season.


Mrs. Edna Lawrence left for Plymouth last Saturday where she will visit with relatives and old friends.


H.G. Graves visited at Frank Lavey’s last Sunday.


E.E. and A.E. Fulwiler and V.E. and G.I. Rowe spent a pleasant eve at Herman Ketel’s home last Tuesday.


If you want to know anything about a boil just ask George Mortimer about it.


Will Geisler, our cram gatherer made his last trip last Saturday.  We understand he intends going to school. 


O.W. Lawrence was on the sick list Friday and Saturday.


Guy Winn was a Loyal visitor last Thursday.


The snowstorm last Thursday was not very well appreciated.


A telephone meeting was held at Loyal last week Wednesday, officers were elected, shares sold, bylaws adopted and other business was transacted.  The line from Spencer at this place, via Loyal, will be established and will be known as the York Center Telephone Co.


Ernest Grabe has masons at work putting a stone wall under his house.


Israel Fulwiler transacted business at the county seat Saturday.


Guy Winn has moved to McCord again.


A.P. Fulwiler’s threshing machine is in operation today (Wednesday) on Jesse Mortimer’s premises.  This closes the work for this season at this point.


Mrs. Hubert Graves has been quite ill.


Our new telephone line will be in operation by January 1st.



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