News: York Center (13 Apr 1917)

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Surnames: Vandeberg, Turner, Begley, Mortimer, Rowe, Lindsley, Free, Voight, Lawrence, Pease, Davis, Schoenfeld

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/13/1917

Mr. and Mrs. John Vandeberg left Monday for Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Vandeberg expects to undergo an operation.

Mr. Abbie Turner and son George went over to the John Begley’s Monday to do some carpenter work.

Mr. Albert Turner of Loyal is spending a few days with his son Allie and family.

Alvin Vandeberg and wife drove over from Marshfield Sunday and went back Tuesday with a load of potatoes.

Jesse Mortimer took a load of cheese to Granton Monday for the York Center Factory.

E.G. Rowe worked for Ray Mortimer Tuesday and Mrs. Rowe visited her mother.

Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Lindsley were Granton callers Tuesday.

The Free boys were out for a ride in their car Monday, trying the roads.

Mrs. John Vandeberg and Mrs. Ed Voight visited Mable Schoenfeld Saturday.

Mrs. Bert Lawrence of Ladysmith is visiting friends here.

Mr. W.M. Rowe went to Neillsville last Thursday and bought a B.L.K milking machine.

Mrs. W.M. Rowe and Mrs. Forest Rowe visited Mrs. Ida Pease Tuesday.

Mrs. Jerry Davis of Marshfield is visiting her daughters here.

 

 

 

 

 


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