News: York Center (31 Oct 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Benedict, Davis, Rogers, Fulwiler, Rowe, Wiernszenski, Turner

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/31/1918

York Center (31 Oct 1918)

Rollie Benedict, who had an operation performed last week at the Marshfield Hospital for appendicitis, is getting along nicely.

Misses Jean and Sarah Mae Davis entertained a few friends at their home last Friday night.

Mrs. Frank Rogers and some of her children have been quite sick with Spanish influenza.

Miss Violet Fulwiler spent Sunday with her cousin, Miss Verla Rowe.

W.E. Benedict made a trip to Marshfield to see his brother, Rollie, who is in the hospital.

Frank Wiernszenski is recovering from his injuries and expects to be brought home from the Marshfield Hospital some time next week.

Grant Turner and Dale Fulwiler took in the big sights at Neillsville last Saturday night.

Walter Rowe went to Neillsville last Saturday after some feed for his brother, Ernest, who is quite indisposed at present.

Frank Rogers’ mule team ran away from him last Saturday. No damages are reported. Frank wouldn’t part with the mules, no how, no siree.



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