News: York Center (9 Jun 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Ferris. Andrews, Rowe, Adams, Palmer, Gardner, Lawrence, Turner, VandeBerg, Livington, Hagen, Kildow, Snyder, Straw, Smith, O’Brien, Parrett, Kretschmer
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) June 9, 1911
York Center (9 June 1910)
Mr. Ferris delivered hogs to Neillsville Monday.
There will be a Children’s Day program rendered at the Methodist Church Sunday, June 11. All are invited to come and enjoy the speaking and singing.
There was quite an excitement Tuesday when the factory formerly known as Andrews Creamery caught fire. Not very much damage was done.
A few gathered at the home of Mrs. Sadie Rowe to practice, last Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams and daughter, Sadie, left Tuesday for Texas on an extended visit.
We wish to say that Leigh Palmer did not go to Minneapolis as was stated in last weeks paper.
We’ll wager brass buttons that H. H. received a fine May basket one night last week.
George Gardner and daughter Vera of Loyal were Neillsville callers Wednesday. They drove back thru York Center.
Miss Beulah Lawrence was the guest of Miss Mabel Turner and Ida VandeBerg last week.
Fay Livington and Gust Hagen were Neillsville callers Friday..
Rev. Kildow was a caller in our vicinity last week.]
Wm Rowe is at present working on his house. Melvin Lawrence is assisting.
The lightning Friday night struck Will Snyder’s new barn, doing quite a bit of damage.
There was a Children’s Day program rendered Sunday evening at the Free Methodist Church.
Ernest Rowe delivered veal calves to Loyal Monday.
Quarterly meeting was held in the Methodist Church Saturday afternoon. Presiding Elder Straw will conduct the service in the evening.
Ethel Smith is home from Evansville, Ill., where she has been attending school.
Wm O’Brien, John Parrett and Allie Turner had lightning rods put on their buildings the first part of the week.
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