News: York Center (2 Nov 1917)


Surnames: Rowe, Deetz, Lawrence. Rowe, Turner, Wierenzenski, Vandeberg, Crawford, Benedict, Mortimer

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/02/1917

Mr. Will Rowe was a business caller at Neillsville on Tuesday.

Ethel Deetz was taken to the hospital at Neillsville last Friday where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. She is doing fine at present.

Agnes Lawrence is in the Neillsville Hospital where she was operated upon last week. She is getting along nicely.

Forest Rowe and wife, Mrs. Will Rowe and Mrs. Abie Turner were Granton callers Monday.

Sunday was such a stormy day that there were no services at the church on account of the small attendance.

John Wierenzenski was one of the lucky ones at the duck and goose shoot Sunday and went home with a big goose.

E.g. Rowe and wife delivered cows and chickens at Granton Monday.

John Vandeberg and wife were Neillsville callers Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Crawford from Abbotsford, who have been visiting Mrs. E. Mortimer returned home Monday.

Ruth Vandeberg spent Tuesday with Lulu Benedict.

S.W. Benedict and wife and Merle Benedict and wife came down to Will Benedict's Saturday and helped Mrs. W. Benedict celebrate her birthday.

Susie Benedict and Emma Deetz were at Neillsville Tuesday and called on the girls in the hospital and report them doing fine.

Ray Mortimer and wife did shopping in Granton on Monday.



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