News: York Center (9 Feb 1917)
Surnames: Vandeberg, Voight, Free, Mortimer, Rowe, Campbell, Turner, Wierenzenski, Davis
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/09/1917
(Last week’s items)
Horace Vandeberg was busy Tuesday hauling hay.
Ed Voight and Sid Free returned from the woods last Thursday.
Last Friday was Mrs. Estella Mortimer’s birthday and she was reminded of it by about 25 of her neighbors walking in with some presents and good things for dinner. She didn’t know anything about it until the first ones went into the house. Everyone had a fine time and departed wishing her many more happy birthdays.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Rowe returned home last Friday after a five week visit to their son Glen and family at Marinette.
Ed Voight and wife did shopping in Neillsville Monday.
Jesse Rowe and family spent Sunday with the home folks.
Will Campbell and wife visited Monday at W. Rowe’s.
Abie Turner and Nick Wierenzenski, M.W. and Forest Rowe were at Granton Monday.
George Mortimer was at Granton Saturday and brought home a new spring cutter. I guess now someone will have some joy rids.
Mrs. Jennie Davis is home after caring for her mother for about 6 weeks.
Another big snow and blow and the roads are a thing of the past.
Mrs. John Vandeberg is some better at present.
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