News: West York (9 Feb 1917)
Surnames: Radtke, Teatz, Fulwiler, Luebke, Free, Lawrence, Anderson, Greeler, Vandeberg, Northup, Pease
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/09/1917
(Last week’s items)
Quite a number from here went to Neillsville last Tuesday and left their hard earned cash with the tax collector, who was sitting at the receipt of custom at the Neillsville State Bank that day. Taxes are so high this year that the tax payers call it rent instead of taxes.
Carl Radtke made a trip to Granton on Monday with a load of bolts.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Teatz spent Monday afternoon in West York. Mr. Teatz came to pay his rent a the town treasurer’s office, so Mrs. Teatz came along for a cutter ride and called on Mrs. Jennie Fulwiler. Call again, friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Luebke and little son spent Sunday with the Pease family.
Mrs. Richard Free, who fell several weeks ago while alighting from a wagon and put her hip out of joint, is still in poor condition. Her condition is so she has to have an attendant.
M.W. Lawrence was over from Marshfield last Monday after some more of his goods.
Miss Goldie Anderson called on Ruth Vandeberg Sunday afternoon.
Edward and Frankie Greeler are cutting wood for Ed Northup.
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