News: York Township (1894/03/15)

Contact: Steven Lavey


----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 03/15/1894

Wilcox, Wisconsin: March 14, 1894

York was well represented at Neillsville last Wednesday. James Huyck and wife, of Sheboygan County, came up here last week to attend the funeral of Casius Johnson. Mrs. John Seinfeldt was reported as seriously ill a few days last week. Eddie, the 12-year-old son of I. Fulwiler had the misfortune to fall down last Wednesday noon while at play at school and break his left leg above the knee and also dislocated the hip on the same side. Drs. Esch and Lacey were called to set things right again and at present writing the little sufferer is doing as well as can be expected under the circumstances. William Rowe transacted business at the county seat Thursday. A.P. Fulwiler went to Neillsville Wednesday to get his bicycle repaired and ready for use and is now waiting for the roads to dry up. Miss Mildred Dorr was a happy visitor at Neillsville the middle of the week. E.B. Johnson and wife were seen in our midst again Friday. Say, boys what attracted your attention so at Granton last Friday. Farmers are busily engaged at present in making maple sugar and syrup. Cleveland badges are becoming quite numerous in this vicinity. Mrs. Emma Bolton closed a successful term of school in District No. 4, Thursday last. Herb Gibson seems to have great attractions in the direction of the mound lately. L.J. Fulwiler possesses a wonderful talent for killing porcupines. Elmer Redmond and mother called on friends at the Center Sunday. The young assembled at the home of Miss Josie Vick Saturday eve in honor of her birthday and had a pleasant time. The worst storm of the season prevailed last Saturday night. J.W. Johnson and wife, of Milbank, Dakota, are calling on friends and relatives. Glen and Forest, sons of Mrs. William Rowe, were on the sick list a few days ago. Rev. L. Allen, of the Town of Loyal, delivered a discourse to the people at the Center, Sunday. George Rowe and Levi Fulwiler have gone in the sugar business and are in it head over heels. Several of our young people were caught out in the snow storm Saturday eve and enjoyed it to their heart's content. George Gardner was seen on our streets last Sunday. A reception was given to Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Johnson yesterday at the home of A. Benedict and wife and a delightful time was indulged in. J.A. Bolton had a runaway last Monday morning. No one was hurt and cart slightly damaged. Anna and Martha Hansen, of Marshfield, visited with schoolmates the past week. Free Methodist revival meetings closed Sunday evening afer a session of about three weeks. George Lawrence came out Sunday wearing a very smiling face. George, what's the meaning of it? A certain young couple had the pleasure of tipping over and enjoying a mud bath recently.




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