News: York Center (01 Jun 1917)

Surnames: Zickert, Vandeberg, Voight, Dankemyer, Turner, Grosnick, Schoenfeld, Teatz, Rowe, Free

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/01/1917

R. Zickert came home from Neillsville Monday night with a new milk wagon.

John Vandeberg and wife and son Horace went to Marshfield Sunday to visit at A. C. Vandeberg’s.

Ed Voight and wife visited Sunday at Martin Dankemyer’s near Chili.

A.C. Turner went to Loyal Monday with a load of cheese from the Schoenfeld factory.

Otto and Henry Grosnick and their families visited Sunday at R. Zickert’s.

Mrs. E.M. Schoefeld is quite sick. Mable Teatz is working for her.

W.M. Rowe and wife drove to Granton Monday with veal calves.

Grant Turner has been on the sick list the past week.

Mr. F. Free has a crew putting in the new half mile of state road between Horace Vandeberg’s corners and John Vandeberg’s corners.

George Turner is working for E.M. Schoenfeld.



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