News: York Center (20 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Lawrence, Parrett, Olson, Rowe, Benedict, Turner, Timerson, Rowe, Learned, Gullick

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

Ray Lawrence sawed wood for Allie Turner Friday.

Maggie Parrett has purchased the Mans Olson farm, Consideration was $1200.00.

There was a cheese meeting at the York Center Cheese Factory Saturday afternoon.  The secretary and treasurer were re-elected.

Forest Rowe sawed wood for Wm. Benedict, Friday.

Abie Turner is confined to his bed with rheumatism.

The Withee preacher occupied the M.E. pulpit Sunday afternoon.  He delivered an interesting sermon.

Dan Timerson and wife attended the auction sale at Christie, Monday.

The teacher and scholars in Dist. #2 had a Valentine box Friday.  They all received some nice Valentines.

Miss Effie Rowe and brother Ralph drove up from Neillsville and attended the social at Wm. Rowe’s Friday.

Edith Learned spent the latter part of the week in this vicinity.  She returned to her school Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gullick attended services in the M.E. Church Sunday afternoon.

Ye scribe assisted Mrs. Susie Benedict with her house duties a few days last week.




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