News: York Center (20 Apr 1917)
Surnames: Lawrence, Vandeberg, Case, Grosneck, Free, Deets, Rowe, Huntley, Turner, Voight, Adams, Fulwiler, Pease, Benedict, Davis, Wierenszenski, Grabe
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/20/1917
Roy Lawrence and wife were Neillsville callers Monday and Roy went down below Neillsville to see the railroad wreck.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vandeberg came home from Rochester, Minn. Friday and went back again Tuesday. Mrs. Vandeberg expected to undergo an operation there on Wednesday.
Alvern Case is working for John Vandeberg.
Mr. H. Grosneck, Sid and Herbert Free, Omer Deets, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Huntley, Mrs. Hattie Turner and son Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Voight, Ruth Vandeberg and Leon O'Brien were Neillsville calllers Tuesday.
Mrs. Minnie Adams died Wednesday, April 11, and was buried at the York Center Cemetery Sunday. There was a large crowd at the funeral. She, with her husband and family, had live here 39 years. She was well known and well liked by nearly everyone.
Mrs. W.M. Rowe visited her daughter Mrs. Jennie Fulwiler Tuesday.
Mrs. Hattie Turner and Mrs. Ida Pease Called on Mrs. John Vandeberg Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Susie Benedict went to Rochester, Minn., last Thursday and this week Tuesday her mother, Mrs. Jerry Davis, went to be with her when she had her operation.
Walter Rowe is building a small house for his hired man.
Abie Turner and son George are building a new machine shed for Nick Wierenszenski.
Donald Grave is working at Neillsville in the Condensary.
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