News: York Center News (30 Jan 1914)

Surnames: Rowe, Mortimer, Pease, Davis, Lawrence, VandeBerg, Turner, Lindsley, Turner, Voight

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/30/1914

We had quite a snow storm Sunday but it failed to make good sleighing.

Wm. Rowe delivered a cow and calf and some hogs to Loyal, Monday.

Geo. Mortimer returned home Sat. from a three weeks visit with relatives at Chilton.

Pearl Pease has finished her work at Wm. Davis.

Earl Lawrence delivered baled hay to Granton Tuesday and Wednesday. His brother Roy helped him.

Wm. VandeBerg and Allie Turner went over to Collie Creek fishing, Sunday.

Mrs. Sarah Lindsley and Mrs. H. Turner left Monday for Plymouth, Wis. Mrs. Lindsley will spend the remainder of the winter there. Mrs. Turner will return home after a weeks visit.

There was a misprint in last week’s items. It should have read The Free Brothers have purchased the Al Turner farm, consideration $4,000.

John VandeBerg delivered a load of hogs to Neillsville Monday.

Earl Lawrence and mother were Neillsville callers Saturday.

John VandeBerg and family with the exception of Ruth and Ed Voight autoed to Marshfield Tuesday and enjoyed the snow storm.

Sunday night was the last night of the Revival meetings at the F.M. Church.



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