News: York - County Farm Corners (24 Apr 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Northup, Warren, Potter, Schlinkert, Bass, Rhines, Vincent, Reindel, Gault, Beyer, Wilson, Schaefer, Donahue, Gress, Treichel, Wilson, Treska, Schoengarth, Fuchs
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/24/1919
County Farm Corners (24 Apr 1919)
Alton Northup has employment with O.J. Warren for the coming season.
Potter Bros. are breaking a colt.
Theo. Schlinkert has employment at the county farm. The county is lucky to get such an industrious young man.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Potter and baby, Harland Potter, and Miss Sadie Bass were Monday evening visitors at the D.H. Rhines home.
Mrs. John Vincent got her fingers in a wringer Monday, injuring them quite badly.
Geo. Reindel is breaking a colt, getting ready for spring work.
Edward and Forest Gault were Granton callers Saturday on business.
Harland Potter and Paul Beyer visited their lady friends at Neillsville Saturday evening.
D.H. Rhines and G.A. Wilson hauled cheese to Granton from South York factory Saturday.
Jake Schaefer and James Donahue delivered cheese to Granton Saturday from the West York factory.
Sherman Gress of Neillsville delivered a milk vat for M.L. Treichel for his South York factory Sunday.
G.A. Wilson returned from Plymouth last Wednesday with two carloads of Holstein Fresian milch cows, which they purchased there the week previous. Believe me, they are some cows. George says so.
Harvey Rhines attended a party in York given in honor of Ella Treska, who recently returned from Chicago for an indefinite stay at home.
Albert Schoengarth, who has been working in a garage at Granton for C.E. Fuchs, is taking a vacation. No work is the reason.
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