News: York Center (3 Feb 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Lawrence, Huntley, Harper, Kintzele, Johnson, Free, Garvin, Pound, Voigt, Rowe, Parrett, Judd, O’Brien, Gullick, Benedict, Dahl, Davis, Mortimer, Vandeberg, Vogel, Tanner
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) February 3, 1911
York Center (3 February 1911)
Mrs. Roy Lawrence spent a day at w. H. Huntley’s this week.
Harper Bros. are kept busy hauling wood to Kintzele’s landing.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson Jan. 30th.
R. Free is on the sick list this week.
Mrs. Art Garvin called on Mr. and Mrs. Pound Wednesday.
A large crowd of boys spent Sunday afternoon at the J. Voigt home.
For some time past we noticed that Forest Rowe is making tracks south. We are just beginning to think that there must be something attractive over there.
Harmon Huntley made a business trip to Neillsville Monday.
J. L. Parrett spent a day at Byron Judd’s home for the benefit of the tax payers in the north end of the town.
Wm. Garvin has been spending the past two weeks at Ted O’Brien’s.
Bert Gullick made a lively trip to Loyal Wednesday.
Wm. Benedict is kept quite busy at present repairing telephones.
Geo. Dahl is hauling logs to Andrigg’s mill this week.
Jay Davis, Reinhold Voigt and Geo Mortimer visited Granton friends Tuesday.
Wm. Vandeberg sold his farm last week.
Chas Vogel of Loyal is finishing J. Mortimer’s house.
Tim Parrett has decided to take Tanner’s place on Main St. No. 2.
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