News: York - County Farm Corners (24 Jan 1913)
Surnames: Winkelman, Vaughn, Thayer, Potter, Rhines, Gault, Schafer, Lightfoot, Wilson, Ross, Lastofka, Cross, Radke, Fradette, Potter
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/24/1913
Will some good citizen get down on his tender knees and pray for snow?
E. Winkelman took a fine load of hogs to Granton Monday.
Patrick Vaughn, an old and respected citizen of Clark County, passed away at the age of 84 years.
W.J. Thayer, Frank Potter and D.H. Rhines autoed to Granton Tuesday and attended the Lynn Fire Insurance meeting.
W.J. Thayer autoed to Loyal Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Gault, who were called there as Mrs. Gault’s son was taken very ill with inflammatory rheumatism.
Jake Schafer and Gust of the Town of York attended Lynn Fire Insurance meeting at Granton Tuesday.
Edward Gault, who has been visiting in Dodge Co. for the past month, is home.
William Lightfoot, who has been under the weather for the past two weeks, is improved so as to be around and attend to his farm work again.
Geo. Wilson filled Dr. Ross’s silo last Friday.
J.P. Lastofka, who has been visiting in Milwaukee and other place, is home.
The birthday surprise party given at Mr. Perkins Cross’ last Monday was an enjoyable affair and all spent a very fine evening.
Wm. Radke has purchased a silo and says he will be in line with his neighbors, as he says there is no use of keeping cows without a silo. You are right, William.
The fox hunters who were out Sunday to get a red fur animal such as they were after and getting him cornered in a patch of woods of 3 acres and not being able to capture him, can readily see that they would make good soldiers with the fire arms, ha, ha.
Wayne and Harlen Potter sawed wood for H. Fradette Tuesday.
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