News: York Center (2 Dec 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Benedict, Flint, Alger, Lawrence, Huntley, Burrows, Davis, Harper, Judd, Adams, Palmer, Livington, Graves, Gullick, Voigt, Garvin, Vandeberg, Free, Turner, Hannah, Shafer, Straw
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) December 2, 1910
York Center (2 December 1910)
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Benedict spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Benedict’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Flint made a business trip to Neillsville Saturday.
Miss Maude Alger of Oshkosh visited friends in this vicinity last week.
Roy Lawrence and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huntley.
A number of relatives and friends spent Thanksgiving at A. Flint’s home.
Rev. Burrows and Jerry Davis of Neillsville spent a day hunting in this section last week and called at W. E. Benedict’s for a hot lunch.
Ben Harper finished shredding for B. Judd last Friday.
S. A. Adams and Leigh Palmer are still doing carpenter work on Fay Livington’s house.
Melvin Lawrence completed his work at H. G. Graves’ Saturday.
Bert Gullick called on Granton friends last week.
Miss Martha Voigt, who has been spending the last few weeks with relatives and friends here, expects to leave this week for Milwaukee where she intends to spend the winter.
Earl Garvin of Dawson, N. D., arrived here last week. Earl has been gone for sometime and his old friends are glad to see him back again.
Abe Vandeberg and family made a business trip to Neillsville last week.
Lawrence Bros. sawed wood for Wm. Huntley last Saturday.
Sid and Herbert Free left Monday for Park Falls where they intend working with a logging crew for the winter.
Art Garvin and Morris Turner spent a day hunting deer at Cawley Creek last week.
Jay Davis is busy hauling wood these fine days from Wm. Vandeberg’s.
Abe Vandeberg purchased two fine cows from P. J. Hannah this week.
Norman Shafer purchased a patch of corn from Walter Lawrence and is busy hauling at present.
Rev. Straw the present elder delivered a fine sermon at M. E. Church Sunday.
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