News: York Center (26 Jan 1917)
Surnames: Rowe, Vine, Lindsley, Turner, Wierenzenski, Voight, Mortimer, Schoenfeld, Lawrence, Davis, Halen, Eysnogle, Baker, Hales
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/26/1917
Mrs. Forest Rowe cut a very bad gash in her left hand last Friday while cleaning a frozen fish. Forest is getting some practice at dishwashing nowadays.
Algie Vine drove down from Greenwood Saturday afternoon to spend Sunday with his best girl, but on account of the storm he had to stay until Monday afternoon.
Mrs. S.A. Lindsley, Abie Turner, Nick Wierenzenski, hank Voight and George Mortimer were at Granton Saturday.
Mrs. E.M. Schoenfeld drove to Granton Friday afternoon and got a barrel of fish.
Roy Lawrence and John Davis were plowing Monday, but they plowed snow and not sod.
Mrs. A.W. Halen is visiting her daughter at Stanley since last week.
Our mailman was around with the mail on time Monday. He had an old ax and he said where the road was bad he cut wire fences and went into the field. He is the only carrier we have heard of that made the trip that day.
The worst snow and wind storm that ever struck this county came last Sunday. It last about 24 hours and everyone had some snow drifts to shovel away Monday.
Dessie Eysnogle spent Sunday with Ella Hales.
There was a sleigh load of people came over from Christie last Friday afternoon to attend the lecture in the York Center Church by Dr. Baker, a return missionary from India.
Mrs. John Vandeberg, who has been sick nearly 3 months, is now having a hard struggle with pneumonia. It is hoped that she will soon be better.
A certain young man from our neighborhood got caught by the storm Saturday night and didn’t get home until Tuesday morning. But we have an idea he was happy where he was.
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