News: York Center (2 Mar 1917)
Surnames: Livingston, Vandeberg, Rowe, Schoenfeld, Turner, Voight, Davis, Macksam,
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/02/1917
(Last week’s items)
Fay Livingston has been hauling bailed hay to Neillsville for Abe Vandeberg.
Jesse Rowe and family spent Sunday at Will Rowe’s.
E.M. Schoenfeld and wife, Abie Turner and wife, Will Livingston and Morris Turner spent Sunday afternoon at Pint Turner’s.
The farmers are filling the ice house at the York Center Cheese factory this week.
Ed Voight made a trip to Granton Saturday.
Will Rowe has got a notion when he is riding after dark and the team turns a corner he goes right straight ahead. But he changed his mind and got into the sleigh again. Ask him how it is done.
A sleigh load from here went to Heintown Monday to a dance.
Jerry Davis visited his daughter her last Wednesday and Thursday.
John Vandeberg made a trip to Neillsville Tuesday with a load of stock.
There as a dance at the Macksam place Sunday night.
E.M. Schoenfeld made a trip to Loyal on Tuesday.
Forest Rowe has been on the sick list.
Allie Turner has sold his old team to Abe Vandeberg. And is busy breaking a span of colts.
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