News: York Center (25 Apr 1913)
Surnames: Timerson, Judd, Potter, Rowe, Lawrence, Turner, Vande Berg, Kettle, Fulwiler, Campbell, Peace, Haack, Mortimer, Schilling, Davis, Agin, Young, Wierensenski
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/25/1913
Dan Timerson sold his team to Albert Schilling last Wednesday.
The auction sale Tuesday at B. Judd’s was largely attended. There were nearly as many women present as men.
Mr. Potter purchased a team at the auction on Tuesday.
Mrs. Lena Rowe and Mrs. Edna Lawrence were guests of Mrs. Reed on Thursday.
Mable Turner and Ida Vande Berg took in the sights at Loyal Friday.
Abram Vande Berg and family spent Sunday with Horace Lawrence and family on the Ridge.
Mr. Kettle autoed through this vicinity Sunday. He enjoyed the pleasure of getting stuck in a few putty beds and had to call on help to get the car out.
A/P. Fulwiler delivered a veal calf to Granton on Monday.
Ernest Rowe and family spent Sunday with Wm. Campbell and wife.
Lillie Vande berg and Grace Turner called on Mrs. Peace on Friday.
Fred Haack celebrated his new cheese factory Saturday night with a social hop.
Horace Lawrence and wife came up from the Ridge and attended the Judd auction.
Mrs. Mortimer made a trip to the count seat Wednesday.
Hattie Turner and mother spent Thursday at Grace Rowe’s.
Jay Davis made a trip to Marshfield Monday, returning Tuesday.
John Vande Berg delivered a real calf to Neillsville on Monday.
Dan Timerson and family spent Wednesday evening at E.G. Rowe.
Wm. Rowe and son Forest are hauling hay from Nick Wierensenski’s farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Agin attended services here Sunday afternoon.
Roy Lawrence and wife and Edna Lawrence and son Wm. were among the Neillsville callers Monday.
Dan Timerson purchased a colt from parties south of Neillsville Saturday.
Irv Young was a caller in this vicinity Sunday.
There will be a social at Walter Rowe’s this week Wednesday night.
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