News: West York (03 Aug 1917)


Surnames: Vincent Kupka, Turner, Rowe, Begley, Hurlbut, Pease, Lastofka, Fulwiler, Bardell, O’Brien, Bowman, Anderson

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/03/1917

Haying will be nearly finished in West York this week.

J.F. Vincent and Carl Kupka harvested their rye last Monday and Tuesday.

Work on Will Hurlbut’s new house is rapidly progressing.

Vet Pease has the basement wall all completed, and is now busy in the hay field.

Percy Vincent has some great attraction up at Loyal, as he betakes himself up there nearly every Sunday.

John Lastofka autoed to Loyal last Sunday forenoon and brought home Mrs. Fulwiler, who returned home from an extended visit at that place and at Marshfield. A.P. Fulwiler and daughter Violet went along for the ride.

Mrs. Nina Bardell and baby of Heintown called at the O’Brien home last Friday.

Harry Bowman made a flying trip to Granton and Neillsville last Monday.

A hard storm passed this way last Tuesday afternoon and laid the grain flat.

George Begley received his new Tin Lizzie last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Soles and the Misses Jean and Sara Davis autoed over from East York Monday evening and called at the Fulwiler home.

We have heard many remarks about seating, but here’s the limit we believe. A man told us that he ground his sickle last Monday, and he sweat so much that he didn’t have to use any water on the grind stone.

Miss E. Goldie Anderson has been engaged again to teach in District No. 2 the coming year. School begins Sept. 3.



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