News: York Center (4 Apr 1913)


Surnames: Lawrence VandeBerg, Rowe, Alton, Davis, Ross, Parrett, Livingston, Timerson, O’Brien, Greeler, Mortimer, Weinberger


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  04/04/1913


Earl Lawrence, John Vande Berg and Wm. Rowe helped Ernest Rowe haul baled hay to Romadka on Monday.


Forest Rowe returned home Monday from his visit at Rice Lake.


Mrs. Edna Lawrence entertained the Royal Neighbors at her home last Thursday.  All present had a jolly time.  Wm. Lawrence took a picture of the crowd.


Eight little girls dropped in and gove Ruth Vande Berg a pleasant surprise Friday afternoon.  They also helped her celebrate her 12th birthday that day.


Viola Alton and Pearl Davis spent Saturday night and Sunday as the guests of Ida Vande Berg.


Walter Rowe purchased a new International feed cutter of Mr. Weinberger one day last week.


Sadie Rowe and son Melferd spent Friday at Grace Rowe’s.


Dr. Ross was called Saturday to see the two youngest children of Mrs. Parrett.


Livingston’s hauled baled hay to Romadka Monday and Tuesday.


Dan timersona nd family spent Sunday with relatives in Weston.


Wm. O’Brien sawed wood from F. Greeler on Wednesday.


Mrs. Stella Mortimer was called to Glenwood, Wis. Saturday to see her nephew who is worse.  George Mortimer is chief cook during his mother’s absence.



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