News: York Center (16 Mar 1917)

 

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Surnames: Vandeberg, O’Brien, Turner, Schoenfeld, Northup, Ross, Livingston, Huntley, Mortimer, Benedict, Phipps, Zickert, Vine, Rowe, Fulwiler

 

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/16/1917

 

Mrs. John Vandeberg went to Marshfield Saturday.  She will visit her son Alvin and family and consult a doctor while there.

 

Ted O’Brien and family moved to Valley Junction last week.

 

Mrs. Jesse Vandeberg and family moved to Neillsville one day last week.

 

Abie Turner is working for E.M. Schoenfeld, putting new floors in the factory.

 

Forest Rowe, wife and daughter, spent Sunday in Neillsville visiting Mrs. Rowe’s parents.

 

Elmer Northup was very sick Monday.  Dr. Ross was called twice to attend him.

 

Fay Livingston is busy hauling wood to Neillsville.

 

Harmie Huntley made a trip to Granton on Monday.

 

The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mortimer has been very sick but is some better.

 

Will Benedict is improving his store by putting in a new ceiling of wall board and a new stock of goods.

 

Art Phipps and wife spent Saturday afternoon at the home of their son George, helping care for the sick baby.

 

R. Zickert made a trip to Loyal on Saturday.

 

Grant Turner went to Loyal last Thursday with a load of cheese from the York Center factory.

 

There was a sleigh load of young people from here drove 7 miles north of Greenwood to the home of Algie Vine to a party Saturday night.  They played games and dance and had a good time until morning, and then drove home.  Some of them looked a little sleepy Sunday.

 

Jesse Mortimer was busy haying last week.

 

Walter Rowe and family, and Violet Fulwiler spent Saturday at Will Rowe’s.

  

 

 


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