News: York Center (5 Dec 1913)
Surnames: Fulwiler, Paulson Free, Voigt, Turner, Dankemyer, Davis, Benedict, Lawrence, Books, Rowe, Krejci, Wright, Vande Berg, Huntley, Learned, Drensche, Harris, Timerson, Close
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 12/05/1913
A.P. Fulwiler traded his old team to Ross Paulson last week for a gray horse.
Herb Free sawed wood for Julius Voigt Saturday.
Mable Turner completed her work for Mrs. Martin Dankemyer near Chili, and returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Davis and son Merton came Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving at the W.E. Benedict home. Pearl came Sunday and returned home with her parents Monday afternoon.
Melvin Lawrence returned home from his hunt at Hannibal Friday with a deer.
Allie Turner and father butchered a hog for Abie Turner Wednesday.
Vivian Brooks closed school Friday for a vacation while Wm. Rowe, Abie Turner, Melvin Lawrence and Victor Krejci finished off the interior of the school house.
Fred Wright purchased a young colt of John Vande berg last week.
Roy Lawrence, Abram Vande Berg, Harmon Huntley and families, and Edith Learned spent Thanksgiving at Mrs. E.M. Lawrence’s.
Ed Voigt is assisting Walter Rowe with his work for a few days.
There will be revival meetings held in the M.E. Church. They began on Tuesday evening. There will be services Sunday forenoon at half past ten and also Sunday evening. Miss Drensche will occupy the pulpit in the forenoon and Rev. Harris in the evening.
John Vande Berg made a trip to Neillsville Friday and brought home a new Stover gasoline engine. He traded his old engine towards the new one.
A.P. Fulwiler and wife, and Grace Rowe were Neillsville callers Monday.
Dan Timerson and wife came home from Chetek Saturday where Dan and family will move to their new home before the first of January where he will carry on the livery business.
Lucian Close from Lamartine, Fond du Lac County is here on a visit to the W.E. Benedict home.
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