News: York Center (10 Nov 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Buddinger, Rondorf, Lawrence, Huntley, Foemmel, Dankemyer, Rowe, Turner, Snyder, Palmer, Walters, Lastofka, Vande Berg, Mortimer, Dahl, Winn, Dubes, Curtis, Fulwiler, Anthony, Campbell, Hales, Gallow, Kelpin,
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) November 10, 1911
York Center (10 November 1911)
Miss Clara Buddinger is working for Joseph Randorf’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lawrence made a trip to Neillsville, Monday.
Mrs. George Huntley came over from Foemmel’s corners and spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Sadie Lawrence.
Mrs. Martin Dankemyer of Chili came Friday for a visit under the parental roof.
Mr. and Mrs. Rowe and Melvin Lawrence took supper with Abie Turner and wife, Sunday evening.
Miss Stella Snyder is the guest of Miss Sadie Palmer.
George and John Walters of Heintown were in this vicinity last week and white washed barns for Martin Lastofka, Joseph Rondorf and John Vande Berg.
Father Stork was again called upon to visit this community, Monday night and left a bouncing baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mortimer. Emma Dahl is doing the household duties.
Winn and Dubes filled silo for D. L. Curtiss, Friday.
A man came up from Portage one day last week and set up a tomb stone on the Israel Fulwiler lot.
Wm Anthony and family are now settled on the Al Turner farm which they recently rented for three years.
Wm Campbell and wife spent Sunday at the A. W. Hales home.
Miss Grace Campbell has been enjoying a visit from Mae Gallow.
Charley Kelpin has finished his duties for Walter Rowe and will leave for Fond du Lac.
Mrs. Floy Huntley is the owner of a new sewing machine which they recently sent for.
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