News: York Center (29 Dec 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Free, Vande Berg, Lawrence, Huntley, Campbell, Rowe, Alton, Turner, Benedict, Fulwiler, Davis, Root, Mortimer, Knickle
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) 12/29/1911
York Center (29 December 1911)
Mr. and Mrs. Free were up from Neillsville, Friday.
John Vande Berg sawed wood Wednesday.
Christmas is a thing of the past!
There was a short Christmas program at the M. E. Church Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lawrence entertained a house full of company Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. George Huntley and family spent Sunday at R. E. Lawrence’s.
Mrs. Edna Lawrence returned home Saturday after an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Campbell at Minneapolis.
A collection was taken up Sunday evening for the benefit of the Asbury Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Rowe entertained a house full of relatives Monday.
Wm. Lawrence returned home from Minnesota Saturday.
The Misses Fern and Viola Alton came up from Neillsville and took in the program Sunday evening.
Abie Turner has taken a job of cutting wood for Wm. Campbell. He is boarding at W. H. Turner’s.
Mr. and Mr. Free came up Monday to spend Christmas.
John Vande Berg made a trip to Spencer, Saturday.
Susie Benedict made a trip to Neillsville last Tuesday and had a tumor taken off her neck. At present she is getting along fine.
The following officers were elected at the M. E. Church Sunday: Supt. A. P. Fulwiler; Ass’t Supt. Jerry Davis; Secretary, Pearl Davis; Ass’t Secretary, Sarah Davis; Librarian, Merton Davis; Treasurer, Ida Vande Berg; Organist, Sadie Rowe; Ass’t, Ida Vande Berg; teacher’s class no. 1, Mrs. Geo. Root; No. 2, Mrs. S. Mortimer; No. 3, Mrs. S. Rowe; No. 4, Mrs. Jennie Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Knickle attended services at the M. E. Church Sunday.
Vernon Rowe and Jay Davis attended the Christmas Dance at Loyal Monday Night.
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