News: York Center (17 Jan 1913)
Surnames: Campbell, Brooks, Davis, Bickmore, Mortimer, Voigt, Vande Berg, Lawrence, Walter, Gliwen, Parrett
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/17/1913
Miss Grace Campbell returned to her home at Neillsville Sunday after w week’s visit with relatives and friends in this vicinity and at Romadka.
Miss Vivian Brooks reopened school in district No. 2 Monday after a three week vacation.
The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Wm. Davis this week Wednesday.
Jay Davis spent a few days last week with his parents at Marshfield.
The Woodmen held open installation Saturday night. There was not a very large crowd out on account of the cold weather.
It is reported that one of Mrs. Bickmore’s boys was accidentally run over and killed at their home at Polley, Wis. Particulars will be given later.
Geo. Mortimer came home Monday after a week’s visit at Glenwood. Ed Voigt looked after the chores during the former’s absence.
Wm. Vande berg delivered a veal calf to Loyal, Monday.
Horace Lawrence and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl.
Walter brothers are pressing hay in this vicinity.
Ed Vande Berg of Baldwin came Friday for a visit between the John and Abe Vande Berg homes.
Charley and Henrietta Gliwen returned to their home at Brandon Monday after a week’s visit at their uncles John and Abe Vande Berg’s. Ed Vande Berg returned home with them for a visit at Brandon, Milwaukee and other places.
Mrs. Jerry Davis came Monday for a visit with her daughters.
John Parrett, a well-known and honored resident of this place died at his home Thursday morning after a long illness. The funeral was held Sunday at 12 o’clock at the house. The Modern Woodmen, of which he was an honored member, conducted the services. Interment was made in the Neillsville Cemetery. He leaves to mourn his death, a wife and five children, besides a host of other relatives. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family.
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