News: York Center (22 Sep 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Young, Rowe, Vandeberg, Turner, Beecher, Free, Ross, Stevens, Lawrence, Mortimer, Heibel, Benedict, Timerson, Huntley, Livingston, Davis, Quinn, Davis Root, Saddleman, Wall, Pease,
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) September 22, 1911
York Center (22 September 1911)
Jack Young and daughter Miss Flora drove to Neillsville, Friday.
Mrs. Wm Rowe and Mrs. John Vandeberg were the guests of Mrs. Grace Turner, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wella Beecher made a trip to Granton Wednesday.
It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. Richard Free will lie in Neillsville and the boys will carry on the farm work here.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Rowe and Ernest Rowe and family were the guests of Lon Stevens of Spokeville, Sunday.
Melvin Lawrence and Vernon Rowe are erecting a silo for Jesse Mortimer.
Fred Heibel was seen in this vicinity Saturday afternoon.
Merle Benedict is hauling lumber from Neillsville.
Dan Timerson and Horace Lawrence made a trip to Greenwood, Tuesday with Barley.
Harman Huntley and wife drove to Loyal Sunday to visit Walter Lawrence and wife.
Wm. Livingston has torn down the old log barn which was on his mother’s place.
Jerry Davis had a crew of men out working on the road the fore part of the week.
Mr. Quinn of Loyal was down Saturday fixing phones and taking out those that were not wanted any longer.
If anyone is in doubt as to how to entertain company call on Bert Lawrence and family for information. Entertaining twenty one in one afternoon is certainly going some.
Pearl and Merton Davis, Jean Davis and Allie Root came home Friday night to stay till Sunday.
During the storm Sunday night lightning struck one of Mr. Saddleman’s cows and killed it. The wind blew down Geo. Wall’s corn crib and Sylvester Pease’s pig pen.
Merle and Rollie Benedict and best girls were out for a ride Sunday.
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