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




Surnames: Plummer, Cross, Potter, Carlton, Rhines, Wilson, Breed, Walter, Reindel, reed, Lastofka, Reed, Kubat


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


Anyone that didn’t finish plowing this fall will have to wait until spring I guess.


Wm. Plummer and best girl took in the dance at Neillsville Saturday evening.


Mr. P.M. Cross had a very sick cow Saturday.


Frank Potter is finishing up what he started last spring in clearing up the lumber and timbers of his old barn on the Carlton place, which will make it look fine indeed.


D.H. Rhines has his silo up and filled and now for good feed as he has one for winter feeding and one for summer feeding.  One is 12 x 30 and the others is 8 x 20.  This way of storing feed away is not what the mice and rats like, but it is the only way when stock get the benefit of feed and the farmer the milk, etc.


Geo. Wilson hauled the largest load of cheese that has been hauled this season from the County Farm Cheese Factory.  If you don’t believe it ask George.


Quite a change Sunday morning from Saturday evening, but it was expected so no one was disappointed, but we could well get along with the weather we had Friday.


C.E. Breed, Wayne and Harlen Potter attended the lecture course at Granton Saturday evening.


The Walter Bros. of Hein are in this vicinity pressing hay and are the right boys at the job.


Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reindel spent Sunday and the C.E. reed home, afternoon and evening.


Frank Plummer was a Neillsville visitor Saturday.


Wayne and Harlen Potter attended the funeral of the late Vernon Huntley at Granton Saturday.


Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Lastofka spent Sunday evening at C.E. Reed’s.


Mr. and Mrs. John Kubat visited a few days at Eland Junction, returning home Monday.




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