News: York Center (23 Feb 1912)

Contact: Verna (Welk) Quicker

Surnames: Young, Kildow, Davis, Rowe, Voigt, Turner, Vandeberg, Bender, Timerson, Ross, Heibel, Vande Berg, Graves

----Source: The Granton News (York Center, Clark Co., Wis.) 2/23/1912

The oyster supper at the Woodman hall Friday eve. was not very largely attended.

Miss Alice Young is reported on the sick list.

There was no preaching at the M. E. church Sunday. Rev. Kildow is expected home this week from Ohio where he has been staying with his mother who is seriously ill.

Miss Pearl Davis is suffering with a felon on her left hand.

Forest Rowe sawed wood for Julius Voigt, Thursday.

Hattie Turner was the guest of Lillie Vandeberg Friday.

Rev. Bender the new presiding elder held quarterly meeting in the M. E. church Monday afternoon and communion services in the evening.

Mrs. Annie Timerson is on the sick list. Dr. Ross was called Friday eve.

There was a cheese meeting held at the York Center factory Saturday night. A large crowd of the patrons turned out and it was decided to re-open the factory, beginning operations March 1, with Fred Heibel as cheese maker, John Vande Berg, Treasurer, Jerry Davis and Fred Heibel, salesmen, Hubert Graves, secretary.



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