News: York Township (1894/09/27)
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: SHAFER REDMOND PEAT DEMMON POTTER METCALF SIEVERS DAVIDSON STERNITZKY BAILEY FISHER WITHEE FURLONG GERGEN FULWILER KING PIETENPOL ROWE SNYDER BOWERS BENEDICT
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 09/27/1894
Wilcox: September 25, 1894
Fall work is in full blast.
Norman Shafer went to Loyal on business Wednesday.
Mr. G.L. Redmond has been visiting relatives and friends at Waukesha.
Miss Carrie Peat left for Cedarburg Thursday to spend the winter with her aunt.
Daniel Demmon and wife drove to Marshfield on Friday.
Mrs. Frank Potter went to visit with relatives and acquaintances at Adell last Thursday.
G.L. and J. Redmond have grades their yards which gives them a neat appearance now.
Miss Mina Metcalf of Phillips, Wis., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. Sievers.
Mesdames Davidson and Sternitzky of Lynn visited Mrs. Geo. Palmer Wednesday.
A company of emigrants from Colorado, enroute for Marathon County passed through here last week.
Henry Peat had a crew of men logging for him Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. E.T. Bailey returned from Menomonie, where she has been visiting a brother.
Mrs. Jasper Fisher was reported on the sick list Sunday.
Chas. Withee and wife Dubuque, Ia. And Mrs. Furlong of Perkinsville, Wis. were the guests of Wm. Gergen last week.
L.J. Fulwiler and wife went to visit relatives at Marshfield Saturday, returning Monday.
Miss Floy King is attending the High School at Neillsville.
The young people spent a delightful evening with Miss Lillie Warner, last Thursday.
A daughter, instead of a son, as we stated last week, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Pietenpol.
Mrs. Wm. Rowe and son visited at Granton Friday.
Albion Snyder exercised his bicycle on our streets Sunday.
Mrs. Letta Bowers of Plymouth called on relatives here the first of the week.
A. Benedict called on friends at Greenwood and Withee, Monday.
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