News: York Center (5 May 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Lawrence, VandeBerg, Lindsley, Free, Rowe, Turner, O’Brien, Bucknam, Seif, Stelloh, Young, Timerson


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) May 5, 1911


York Center (5 May 1910)


Walter Lawrence and Mrs. Abrams VandeBerg were Granton callers, Thursday after nursery stock.


The Royal Neighbors tired the new hall last Thursday and pronounced it fine.


Mrs. S. A. Lindsley returned home Friday after an all winter visit with her son, Bert, in Michigan.


John VandeBerg and wife were Granton callers Thursday after nursery stock.


Mrs. R. Free and daughter, Mrs. H. Lawrence were Neillsville callers Saturday.


Vernon Rowe assisted his brother Ernest Rowe sharpen fence posts one day last week.


Abie Turner has Will O’Brien’s house nearly enclosed.


A very fine lecture was rendered last Thursday evening in the Woodman Hall, against saloons, by A. R. Bucknam of Norris, Wis.


Seif & Stelloh of Neillsville delivered a Great Western manure spreader at John VandeBerg’s last Friday.


Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Young were called to mourn the death of their youngest daughter, Faith, last Saturday.


Dan Timerson delivered veal calves at Neillsville Monday afternoon.


John VandeBerg hauled a load of hogs to Neillsville, Tuesday.



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