News: North York (20 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Davis, Eyenogle, Teatz, Richmond, Joyce, Wiersinski, Garbisch, Dahl, Graves, Blanchard, Turner, Livingston, Warner, Schoenfeld, Bowman

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/20/1914

Mr. D.J. Davis sold his farm to a Mr. Eyenogle from Richland Center.  Mr. Davis and wife intend to live at Dousman or Waukesha.  John and his wife are undecided where they will locate.  We are sorry to lose our old neighbors.

Mrs. R. Teatz was taken sick last week Wednesday morning.  Dr. Richmond from Loyal was called and said it was lung fever.  She is on the mend now and is able to sit up.

The Misses Ella and Laura Joyce spent Sunday with Miss Frieda Wiersinski.

Miss Elsie Garbisch and sister, Sadie spent Sunday with Miss Emma Dahl.

Mr. Dahl lost a valuable horse last week.

Mr. H.G. Graves lost a valuable cow Saturday.  His son let the cows out of the barn to go to the creek to drink when in some way the cow slipped and fell on a stub, breaking its neck.

Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Blanchard and little daughter from Loyal spent Sunday with H.G. Graves and family.

Will Dahl from Wheeler came on Thursday and visited his father John Dahl for a few days.

Mr. Dahl and sons, Geo. and Ferd. drove to Granton Thursday, George taking the train to Neillsville on business.

Wm. And Ben Turner drove to York Center Monday.

Fay Livingston and wife and her grandmother spent Sunday with W.H. Turner and wife.

Miss Eva Warner will hold services next Sunday evening in the F.M. Church, come and hear her speak.

E.M. Schoenfeld had an ice been Monday and Tuesday.

Harry Bowman sawed wood for J. Davis Saturday.




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