News: York - County Farm Corners (3 Jan 1913)
Surnames: Hosley, Plummer, Reed, Fradette, Rhines, Potter, Kubat, Wilson, Frei, Merschberger, Trimberger, Balfanz, Thayer, Krause, Selves, Lastofka, Ackerman, Gault, Cattanach
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/03/1913
Weather fine, but roads are getting poor.
Melchor Hosley is moving on his father farm, which he and his brother Marcus have rented.
Balch Hosley and Bill Plummer came down from Stratford to spend the holidays with their parents.
Chas. Reed left Wednesday of last week for a week’s visit in and around Plymouth.
Fradette, Rhines and Potter are having hay pressed this week.
Anyone wanting a good English beagle rabbit hound please inquire of D.H. Rhines, Neillsville, R. 4.
Frank Kubat is visiting at Madison and Chicago for a few days.
Geo. Wilson has received a large feed grinder.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frei of Foemmel’s Corners visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. Hosley Sunday.
John Merschberger of Sheboygan, after visiting his sister, Mrs. Geo. Trimberger for a few weeks, returned to his home Wednesday.
Mrs. Chas. Balfanz and children visited with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Balfanz near Christie.
The social at W.J. Thayer’s Saturday evening was largely attended and all spent a very fine evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Selves of Neillsville spent Saturday evening at W.J. Thayer’s.
La grippe is taking a hold on quite a few people in our vicinity lately and nothing serious has happened so far, but they saw it is an awful bad feeling.
Geo. Wilson and wife have returned home after a few weeks visit in Sheboygan County and elsewhere.
J.P. Lastofka and daughter Agnes left Wednesday for a few weeks visit in Milwaukee.
Ed Ackerman has purchased a four horse power gasoline engine to cut feed, saw wood and many other jobs to be done by power.
Edward Gault is visiting in Dodge County at the home of his brother for a week or so.
Harry Cattanach of Granton was making cheese for Chas. Reed during the latter’s absence.
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