News: York - County Farm Corners (19 Jan 1917)
Surnames: Vasco, Schoengarth, Plummer, Schweinler, Reindel, Davis, Northup, Lastofka, Bradford, Potter, Ackerman, Rhines, Zorn
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/19/1917
Miss Mary Vasco, who was taken to the Marshfield Hospital a couple of weeks ago, was brought home Friday, but is till confined to bed.
Paul Schoengarth on the Plummer farm lost a valuable Holstein cow last Saturday.
Dr. Schweinler of Neillsville is in our vicinity quite frequently.
Wm. Reindel and wife are staying with his parents since their return.
The Seniors of the Neillsville High School passed our corners Wednesday evening enjoying the sleigh ride party to the home of Wm. Davis in the town of York, where they enjoyed a bountiful supper, and all returned at a week hour but in place of a sleigh ride. They had to walk, as the load the team was to dray weighed one third more than the team itself. Ha. Ha.
Oscar Northup is cutting and hauling wood from the Fred Schoengarth farm.
It is rumored that Geo. Lastofka has rented the Wm. Bradford farm, better known as the Joe Lastofka farm in York. Good luck to you, George.
Harlan Potter is hauling considerable hay to Neillsville the past two weeks.
Frank Vasco is hauling wood to Neillsville nowadays.
Mrs. Ed Ackerman has gone to Chicago to visit her daughter.
There will not be any school Friday as the teacher will attend teachers institute at Neillsville.
Potter Bros. delivered calves to Granton Monday.
Dave Rhines visited Frank Zorn Monday and found him in bed sick with pneumonia, but on the gain.
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