News: York Center (7 Mar 1913)
Surnames: Turner, Lindsley, Rogers, Fulwiler, Shafer, Rowe, Davis, Jordan, Mortimer, Graves, Alderson, , Voight, Macksam, Rath, Pease, Vande Berg, Turner, Schoenfeld
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/07/1913
Hattie Turner and Mrs. Lindsley were the guests of Bessie Turner on Thursday.
Frank Rogers came over from Romadka Tuesday after a colt which he purchased of Norman Shafer.
Violet Fulwiler stayed all night with her grandma Rowe, Friday night.
Wm. Rowe left for Marinette County Thursday for a visit at his son Glen’s.
Pearl Davis and brother Jesse returned to Marshfield Monday, after a week’s visit with relatives in this vicinity.
Forest Rowe sawed wood for Ed Voight Thursday.
Rev. Jordan of Albany, Wis. occupied the M.E. pulpit Sunday afternoon. He delivered a very interesting sermon.
The ladies aid at Mrs. Stella Mortimer’s last Wednesday was largely attended. About 50 were present. Everyone took advantage of the beautiful day and came out to enjoy themselves. H. Graves brought his talking machine along and entertained the crowd with some fine music. About $5 was taken in.
Rev. Alderson and Rev. Jordan drove down from Loyal last Wednesday and attended the ladies aid.
Ed Voight is working for A. Macksam. Mr. Macksam is laid up woth blood poison. Dr. Rath is in attendance. At this writing he is somewhat better.
Pearl Pease is working for Mrs. Chas. Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Vande Berg took in the sights at Neillsville Monday.
There was a basket social at the white schoolhouse in District No. 1 Saturday night. Quite a large crowd came out even though it was a cold and blustery night.
Hattie Turner and mother did shopping at Loyal last Friday.
Herbert Graves, Ernest Rowe and A.P. Fulwiler and families spent Tuesday evening at Wm. Rowe’s. Mr. Graves entertained them with his phonograph.
Emil Schoenfeld of Plymouth, Wis., the new cheese maker, is here and took possession of the factory March. 1.
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