News: York Center (18 Apr 1913)
Surnames: Olson, Timerson, Turner, Lawrence, Bagley, VandeBerg, Benedict, Brooks, Mortimer, Rowe, Campbell, Paulson, Livingston, Northup, Turner, Huntley, Rondorf
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/18/1913
Gus Olson returned home from Park Falls Tuesday where he had been working in the woods.
Dan Timerson and wife cleaned the schoolhouse Wednesday.
Abie Turner and Melvin Lawrence have been building a granary for George Bagley the past week.
Wm. VandeBerg traded one of his horses to Will Campbell Thursday for a cow and calf.
Susie Benedict went to Marshfield Wednesday to consult a physician about her ear. She returned Tuesday night.
Miss Vivian Brooks reopened her school in District No. 2 Monday, after a three week vacation.
Dan Timerson and family and C. Campbell and wife spent Sunday at Edna Lawrence’s. They enjoyed some fine war sugar.
Mrs. Mortimer returned home Saturday from a two week visit with her sister at Glenwood.
Forest Rowe sawed wood for Jay Davis on Monday.
Wm. VandeBerg sold a horse and colt and a cow ro Paulson for a span of horses.
Roy Campbell and wife left for Washington on Monday where they will make their future home.
Horace Vande Berg had some dental work done at Neillsville on Saturday.
Fay Livingston made a trip to Chili on Monday.
There was a man around taking pictures in this vicinity last Sunday.
Ed Northup, Ernest Rowe and John Vande Berg did some repairing at the schoolhouse Saturday.
Abie Turner and Melvin Lawrence are putting a new roof on Joseph Rondorf’s barn.
Hattie Turner and mother made a trip to Loyal on Monday.
Harmon Huntley delivered 3 veal calves to Granton on Monday.
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