News: York Center (9 Dec 1910)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Northup, Vandeberg, Parrett, Dahl, Turner, Flint, Voigt, Heibel, Gullick, Judd, Rogers, Morse, Garbush, Lawrence, Adams, Mortimer, Rowe, Lastofka


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) December 9, 1910


York Center (9 December 1910)


Prospects are looking good for fine sleighing.


Chas Northup shredded corn for Abe Vandeberg, Wednesday.


Kiel Parrett, Geo. Dahl, Morris Turner, Art Flint, Ed Voigt were Loyal callers Monday.


Fred Heibel left Monday for Milwaukee.


Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gullick were Neillsville callers Saturday.


Art Judd who has been sick for some time is slowly recovering.


Wm Rogers and Ed Morse were seen on Neillsville streets the first of the week.


Gust Garbush transacted business at Granton Monday.


Don’t forget the dance at Loyal Friday night, December 9th.


Reinhold Voigt took a load of calves to Loyal Monday.


Lawrence Bros. sawed wood for S. A. Adams last week.


A crowd of young folks spent an enjoyable evening at A. Turner’s Saturday evening.


Noel Flint, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Flint had the misfortune to have his collar bone broken by falling from the barn loft floor to the cement floor below.


Jesse Mortimer made a swift trip to Christie Tuesday.


Forest Rowe called at Campbell’s home Sunday evening.


Mrs. Joe Lastofka died at her home in Neillsville Tuesday of heart failure.



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