News: York Center (2 Jan 1914)


Surnames:  Lawrence, Woodmen, Timerson, Alton, Forest, Gualt, Philpott, VandeBerg, Earthmire, Voight, Wright, Grabe, Rowe

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/02/1914


Mrs. Roy Lawrence went to Marshfield Monday for an operation.

The gift social at the Woodmen hall Friday night was quite well attended.  The minister and family received many useful gifts.

Dan Timerson and family spent the latter part of the week at the Nelson Timerson home near Spokeville.

School reopened Monday after a vacation

M.C. Alton and family, Jason Forest and Merrill Gualt, Alfa Philpott, Earl Lawrence and Horace VandeBerg ate Christmas dinner at Dan Timerson’s.

Asa Pearl finished his work for J. VandeBerg Wednesday.

Mr. Earthmire, secretary of the Wisconsin Anti-Saloon League will occupy the M.E. pulpit Sunday afternoon.  Come out and hear him.

Ed Voight is working for F. Wright.

Earnest Grabe’s team ran away on Monday night.  No serious damages were done.

The Woodmen and neighbors gave Walter Rowe a bee Wednesday.  They cut up a nice pile of wood.




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