News: York Center (10 Apr 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Livingston, Rowe, Lawrence, Benedict, Wilson, Potter, Yankee, Fulwiler, Treska, Vande Berg, Alger, Thompson, Dithmar, Teatz, Seidelman, Mallory, Brooks, Turner, Pease, Eysnogle, Voigt, Kelley
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/10/1919
York Center (10 Apr 1919)
Fay Livingston seems to be having a streak of hard luck, having lost a horse and a cow a few days ago and last Monday morning the wind blew down his silo.
Glen Rowe came over from Marrinette last Saturday morning and spent a few days with the home folks.
Louis Lawrence has been quite sick for a few days with the flu, but is better now.
Will Benedict, who recently sold his store to M.W. Lawrence, has moved onto his father’s farm.
George Wilson and Wayne Potter made a business trip to Plymouth last week.
Jesse Rowe and family have moved onto the Ernest Yankee farm at Harris Spurr, which they have purchased.
Dale Fulwiler, Violet Fulwiler and Ella Treska spent Friday evening at Ruth Vande Berg’s home.
The vote for County Superintendent here was Maude Alger 86, O.J. Thompson 44. Dithmar was in the lead for Supreme Court Justice. 42 women cast their ballot, while 89 men were interested in the welfare of their town. Town officers elected are: Supervisors, Robert Teatz and Mike Seidelman, Jr.; Clerk, Will Benedict; Treasurer, Wilson Mallory; Assessor, Sanford Benedict; Justices, C.E. Brooks and W.E. Benedict; Constables, Abie Turner and Will Seidelman.
A.P. Fulwiler delivered cheese to Granton Tuesday for the York Center factory.
Vet Pease and family and Miss Zettie Eysnogle spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rowe.
Mrs. John Vande Berg and daughter, Ruth, and Mrs. Ed. Voigt and son, Mervin, visited with Mrs. John Kelley last Friday.
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