News: York - County Farm Corners (06 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Redmond, Lyon, Gault, Reindel, Schoengarth, Schuster, Trimberger, Mershberger, Cross, Graves, Reindel, Reed, Howard, Gluch, Altons, Lynch, Howard,

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/06/1914

Roads are very slippery.

A harvest for the blacksmiths.

Mrs. M.C. Redmond who has been visiting at the home of Mr. Al Lyon near Loyal for the past week or two has returned home.

E.A. Gault and wife have been visiting the latter’s son at Loyal the past week.

Edward Gault and best girl visited the formers home Sunday.

Misses Alma and Leah Reindel visited their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schoengarth over Sunday.

The cheese meeting held at the County Farm Cheese factory Friday evening was well attended. It seems everything has been satisfactorily attended to and so was left to continue same as the previous year.

It seems everybody is cutting a great quantity of wood this winter. We suppose they look for a very cold winter to come.

Al Schuster baled hay Tuesday.

Geo. Trimberger and wife and children are visiting the parents in Sheboygan County this week. John Mershberger of Sheboygan County is doing his chores and other work until Mr. Trimberger returns.

Mrs. P.A. Cross who visited at Eau Claire last week has returned home.

Mr. and Mrs. W.K. Graves have been under the weather the last week, but are improving at this writing.

We understand that Wm. Reindel will try and learn to make cheese this coming summer for C.E. Reed a county farm cheese factory. Good for you, William, one trade learned is better than four trades not learned.

Mr. Archie Howard and Dan Gluch were over and looked at M. Altons’ farm last Friday. We have not learned whether they rented or bought.

Clarence Reindel is taking violin lessons of Miss Lynch of Neillsville.





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