News: York Center (12 Dec 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Turner, Peace, Rowe, Buddinger, Fulwiler, Van de Berg, Hales, Nondorf, Lawrence, Huntley, Kopecky, Winn, Frei, Begley, Streavy, Davis, Rondorf, Osgood, Rogers, Campbell, Root, Graves
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 12/12/1918
York Center (12 Dec 1918)
Did you ever hear of a sleigh-breaking epidemic? Well, we had one here last week, as the following persons experienced broken sleds: Ben Turner, Vet Peace, Forest Rowe, Walter Rowe, Charlie Buddinger and Amos Fulwiler.
Irvin Van de Berg had the good fortune one day last week to get two skunks.
As far as we can ascertain the flu has invaded the following homers around here: A.W. Hales, Al. Nondorf, Abe Van de Berg, Horace Van de Berg, Abie Turner, Roy Lawrence, Harmon Huntley, Frank Kopecky, Guy Winn and Joe Frei.
Howard Begley was buried in the cemetery here last Saturday afternoon. Rev. E.E. Streavy came down from Loyal and officiated at the grave.
Forest Rowe and family spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Jesse Rowe.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Davis took their daughter, Lucille, to the hospital at Marshfield one day last week for an operation for appendicitis. Last reports from her are that she is getting along nicely and expects to be home again some day this week.
Health officer Joe Rondorf quarantined the residence of A.E. Osgood last week for scarlet fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers called at the C.M. Campbell home in Neillsville last Saturday and did some shopping while in the city.
Ernest Rowe took a cutter ride last Sunday afternoon. It was the first time he was able to be out for six weeks.
Mrs. Emma Root spent a few days of last week with her sister, Mrs. Walter Graves, near Granton.
Miss Jean Davis, a teacher in the Marshfield High School, spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
Walter Rowe went to Neillsville Monday to do duty as a juror from York.
Mrs. Wm. Rowe spent Sunday afternoon with her son, Ernest.
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