News: York - County Farm Corners (12 Sep 1913)




Surnames: Miller, Plummer, Reindel, Thayer, Northup, Wilson, Potter, Graves, Beeckler, Bergeman, Trimberger


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 09/12/1913


H. Miller threshed close to 1400 bushels of grain this year.  Pretty good yield for 25 acres.


Frank and Will Plummer visited with their parents at Neillsville Sunday.


Miss Leah Reindel is visiting at W.J. Thayer’s, and with the Thayer family autoed to Wausau Sunday.


Chas. Northup is threshing in this vicinity.


Geo. Wilson and wife, Mrs. R.R. Wilson and daughter took in the Marshfield fair last Wednesday.


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Potter and sons Wayne and Harlem attended the fair at Marshfield last Thursday.


Mrs. R.R. Wilson and daughter Alice of Plymouth, who has been visiting their son Geo. And wife the last couple of weeks, returned home last Friday.


Mrs. W.K. graves and children left Monday for a couple of weeks visiting in and around Oakfield, Wis.


Frank Potter has purchased the Visgar Church and remodeled it into a machine shed.


School in Joint District No. 3 York and Grant will commence Sept. 15th, with Miss Haidee Beeckler as teacher.


W.K. Graves had one of his valuable cows burnt by lightning Tuesday evening.


Gust Bergeman and family of Granton were visitors at Geo. Reindel’s Sunday afternoon.


Chas. Northup broke down with his threshing outfit Friday and are up for repairs now.


Geo. Trimberger purchased a new corn binder.


The county has purchased a new corn binder for the county farm.




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