News: York - County Farm Corners (27 Jun 1913)




Surnames: Wilson, Eichenberger, Rhines, Kubat, Pozlombka, Paulson, Potter, Redmond, Henze, Reed, Thayer, Hart, Reindel, Turner,


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/27/1913


It is fine weather for corn and potatoes.


R.R. Wilson of Plymouth is visiting his son Geo. and family.


Mrs. John Eichenberger of Plymouth is visiting her daughter Mrs. D.H. Rhines and family for a couple of weeks.


Frank Kubat is hauling lime for his new basement which he is erecting for his new barn.


Aug. Pozlombka purchased a horse from Ross Paulson of Granton and traded his 2-year-old colt for same.


Frank potter and M.C. Redmond took stock to Neillsville Monday.


O.A. Henze and children of Granton were visitors at C.E. Reed’s home Sunday.


F. Potter, W.J. Thayer, Geo. Hart, Geo. Wilson and families, Mrs. Reed and mother autoed to Weston Sunday and picnicked near the Black River and enjoyed it very much.


Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Rhines and family, and Mrs. John Eichenberger spent Sunday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reindel’s.


Geo. Turner of Neillsville is working on the county farm.


The county farm is going to be an attractive looking place when Mr. Redmond get through fixing and building the necessary building and sheds that are required to store machinery and house stock for profit for the benefit of the county and the welfare of the community.


What’s the matter with the Granton baseball team?  They have promised our boys faithfully time and again that they would cross bats with them but never appeared after any of those promises.  Come boys, stick to your word.



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