News: York Center (31 Jan 1913)
Surnames: Davis, Flint, Mortimer, Benedict, Buddenhagen, Rondorf, Lawrence, Walter, Lastofka, Berg, Olson, Timerson, Rowe, Voigt, Livingston, Turner, Vande Berg, Hales, Wierenzenski, Phipps, Redmond
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/31/1913
Mrs. Mary Davis returned to Marshfield Saturday after a two week visit with her daughters, Mrs. Wm. Benedict and Mrs. Jesse Mortimer.
Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Flint and daughter Fern, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buddenhagen attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Rondorf, Friday.
R.E. Lawrence sawed wood for Fay Livingston Monday.
Walter Brothers pressed hay in this vicinity last week.
John Lastofka delivered a load of hogs to Neillsville Monday.
John Vande Berg delivered two veal calves to Neillsville Monday.. He also deliver one for Hans Olson.
Quite a few from this vicinity attended the revival meeting at the F.M. church Sunday evening.
Forest Rowe, Dan Timerson, E.G. Rowe and Walter Rowe were among those who delivered hogs to Granton. Geo. Mortimer and Reinhold Voigt delivered veal calves to Granton on Monday.
Fay Livingston and wife spent Sunday afternoon at Bessie Turner’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Timerson, Earl Lawrence, Forest Rowe, Jay Davis, Reinhold Voigt, Loren Hales, Paul Wierenzenski, and Geo. Phipps attended the masquerade at Christie Hall Friday night.
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