News: York Center (21 Nov 1913)




Surnames: Rowe, Lastofka, Daughhetee, Again, Lawrence, Redmond, Vande Berg, Buddinger, Learned, Fulwiler, Fulwiler, Voigt, Dankemyer, Timerson, Lawrence, Huntley, Fenhouse


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/21/1913


E.G. Rowe has been entertaining Jos. Lastofka with his corn husker and silo filler.


Mrs. Daughhetee and daughter Cleo and Mr. and Mrs. Agin attended services here Sunday afternoon.


Earl Lawrence drove down and attended the party at his brother Horace’s home Saturday evening.  He remained until Sunday afternoon.


Qutie a few from this vicinity went deer hunting.


Mrs. Mary Redmond has been visiting relatives in this vicinity.


John Vande Berg delivered 2 loads of hogs to Neillsville on Monday.  Chas. Buddinger also delivered some hogs to Neillsville.


Edith Learned spent Sunday in this vicinity.


Mrs. Ed Fulwiler is visiting at A.P. Fulwiler’s.


Mrs. Voigt and son Ed drove over and spent Monday afternoon at the Martin Dankemyer home near Chili.


Nelson Timerson and family spent Sunday at Dan Timerson’s.


Melvin Lawrence went to Hannibal, Wis., Tuesday morning to hunt deer.


John Vande Berg and family autoed to Spencer Friday and called on Mr. Fenhouse who is in very poor health.


Roy Lawrence and family and Harmon Huntley and family spent Sunday at Geo. Huntley’s near Granton.


E.G. Rowe was a Neillsville caller Tuesday.




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