News: York Township (1894/09/13)

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Surnames: KING ROWE SNYDER HUYCK FULWILER CAMPBELL JOHNSON VICK LINCOLN BUCK REYDYNS DRAKE WINDOVER HANES GROUSBECK CHASE EBEE LAWRENCE

----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 1894/09/13)

Wilcox: September 13, 1894

Schools have opened again.

The creamery has shut down.

H.A. King is nursing a sore toe.

Wm. Rowe was on the sick list Sunday.

J.J. Rowe, Sr. left for Plymouth last Monday.

A great many from this place attended the Fair last week.

F.L. Snyder and G.S. Rowe have each purchased a bicycle.

Robert Huyck and wife of Humbird, visited here last week.

W. Fulwiler and P. Campbell returned from Withee Sunday.

Lyme Johnson has been breaking a colt the past week.

Josie Vick has gone to Neillsville to learn dressmaking.

Bears are destroying a great deal of corn in this vicinity.

J.I. Lincoln transacted business at Spokeville Wednesday.

Roy Buck of Loyal, was the guest of Bill Redyns last Saturday.

L.J. Fulwiler had his hand hurt quite badly while leading a colt.

George and Nate Drake of Fremont, were seen on our streets Thursday.

All are invited to a Pink sociable at Hi Windover's tomorrow night.

C.F. Vick and wife are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Vick's mother of Sheboygan County.

Mrs. W.H. Hanes and Laura Grousbeck of Loyal, were the guests of Mrs. M.L. Snyder last week.

Oliver Chase and wife have returned from Missouri and will make this place their home.

John Ebbe gave a dance last Saturday evening to his young friends and an excellent time is reported.

A.E. Lawrence of Loyal, accompanied by his brother, Forest of Plymouth, were the guests of Wm. Rowe and wife Saturday.

The lawn sociable given by the Epworth League last week was largely attended and a decided success. They took in $18.50.

JUMBO

 

 


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