News: York Center (27 Jan 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Fulwiler, Northup, Dahl, Vandeberg, Flint, Rowe, Tompson, Rogers, Gullick, Turner, O’Brien, Bassett, Whey, Kintzele, Mortimer, Free, Bahl,


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) January 27, 1911


York Center (27 January 1911)


A. P. Fulwiler was a Granton caller Monday.


Ed Northup is busy hauling bolts at present.


Will Dahl and family who have been visiting relatives and friends her for the past two weeks left Wednesday for Wheeler, Wis.


John Vandeberg purchased a car of fine seed oats from Ripon, Wis., and was kept busy for some time distributing among this neighborhood.


Art Flint delivered stock to Neillsville Monday.


Rowe Bros. are kept busy sawing wood at present. All boys like to play with engines.


Jerry Davis of Neillsville called on York friends Monday.


The farmers were kept busy hauling ice last week for York Center factory.


Robert Tompson made a business trip to Granton Tuesday.


The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Rogers is quite sick at present.


Bert Gullick called at Marshfield Monday.


Turner Bros. are busy cutting ice at present.


Ted O’Brien and Byron Bassett are hauling cord wood for B. Whey to Kintzele’s landing this week.


George Mortimer is on the sick list.


The Royal neighbors from York Center visited the Granton Camp Saturday.  All reported a fine time.


Misses Gertrude and Ethel Free spent Sunday evening at M. M. Bahl.


Herbert and Sid Free returned Wednesday from Park Falls.


Jesse Mortimer made a business trip to Greenwood this week.



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