News: York Center (7 Oct 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Lawrence, Lowe, Pease, Rondorf, Mortimer, Rowe, Schwarze, Anthony, Lastofka, Turvey, Fulwiler, Greeler

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/7/1915

York Center (7 OCT 1915)

Listen for the wedding bells.

Earl Lawrence, who has had charge of his mother’s farm, will have an auction soon to dispose of his personal property. He intends to go to Montana in the near future. His brother, Horace, will succeed him on the farm.

The local Royal Neighbor camp entertained about 60 Royal Neighbors from Neillsville last Thursday. A good social time is reported. A number of the masculine gender accompanied the bunch, and Joe Lowe, who was with the crowd, can give all information about the chicken.

Sylvester Pease is busy building a fine chicken house.

Jos. Rondorf autoed to Loyal last Saturday.

The Junior League enjoyed some games and a fine lunch last Saturday afternoon after their meeting.

George Mortimer and mother and Ernest Rowe and family autoed to Greenwood last Thursday and visited with Albert Schwarze and wife.

Wm. Anthony made a trip to Granton last Saturday afternoon.

John Lastofka, wife and daughter, Mildred, autoed to Granton last Friday.

Miss Ellen Turvey, teacher in Dist. No. 2, spent Saturday and Sunday at her home at Medford.

Ernest Rowe and family spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Fulwiler.

There was a social hop in Frank Greeler’s machine shed last Saturday night.



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