News: York Township (1894/09/21)
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: BENEDICT LAPP DAVIS FREER IDE CONVERSE WINDOVER PEAT WEDGE KUBAT GRAVES ROWE SNYDER HUMISTON TRACY GERHART COUNSELL LINDSLEY PIETENPOL DWYERS FOSTER
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 09/21/1894)
Wilcox: September 18, 1894
Fred Benedict mad a trip to Chili last week. He has great attractions there since the Fourth.
H. Lapp and Fred Davis of Granton transacted business at the Centre last week.
F.C. Freer and wife of Neillsville were the guests of Jess Humiston and family, Friday.
T.H. Ide attended the fair at Black River Falls last week.
The Pink sociable last Thursday was a success financially and socially, and thanks are due Mr. and Mrs. Windover for so cordially entertaining the guests.
Frank Converse shot and killed two bear last Thursday.
Miss Blanche Windover is spending a few weeks at Neillsville with friends.
Henry Peat and daughter, Carrie, visited at Lynn, Friday.
Tom Wedge of Granton, was welcome caller here on Friday.
Last Thursday, Frank Kubat and E. Graves each had a runaway. The only damage done was the tearing to shreds of Frank's harness.
W. Rowe, wife and son visited at Thorp the first of the week.
H.L. Snyder has quite a novelty in this yard in the shape of an apple tree which is blossoming and bearing fruit for the second time this year.
Mrs. J. Humiston drove to Heathville last Friday.
Chas. Tracy of Appleton has been visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity, the past two weeks.
W. Gerhart and family and Mrs. J. Counsell of Pleasant Ridge were guests of I. Fulwiler last Sunday.
Rev. E.H. Lindsley and wife of Pittsville, came up Monday to spend a few days under the parental roof.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Pietenpol, a son, Sept. 15th.
The ice cream festival held at John Dwyers, Sat. eve. for the benefit of Rev. Foster was largely attended.
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