News: York Township (1894/10/11)
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: VISGAR ACKERMAN SIEGGLEKOW ROWE GIBSON KRAUSE ROWE MORTIMER TURNER FULWILER ROWE GARDNER PEAT LAWRENCE
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 10/11/1894
Wilcox: October 9, 1894
M.V. Visgar and Ed Ackerman of Grant, were callers in York Wednesday last.
Rev. Siegglekow has charge of the pulpit in the F.M. Church.
Wonder what attracted the attention of W.H. Rowe and H.F. Gibson at Neillsville Saturday evening.
Emil Krause transacted business at Marshfield Friday and Saturday.
The young people met at the home of Miss Jennie Rowe last Friday evening and all present report a very excellent time.
Jesse Mortimer had a hard struggle with the mumps the past week.
Al Turner's new house is nearing completion.
Mrs. I. Fulwiler and daughter drove to Loyal Saturday.
Mrs. G.S. Rowe was reported on the sick list the past week.
Geo. Gardner sold his yoke of cattle to the Paul Lumber Company for the sum of $100.
Six new members were initiated into the Good Templars Lodge Saturday evening.
We notice in the issue of the Greenwood Gleaner of Sept. 28th that its York Correspondent made an onslaught on us without cause or provocation. We hope he'll accept our thanks for his smartness.
H. Peat, A. Turner, M. and B. Lawrence left for Plainfield Monday where they go to dig potatoes.
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