News: Fremont (9 Feb 1917)




Surnames: Rupno, Dow, Brooks, Green, Fischer, Wilcox, Davis, Sherman, Hill, Broeske, Beil, Fenske, Schafer, Sweet, Lindow, Oatman, Totchere


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/09/1917


(Last Weeks’ Items)


Not much news, only a lot of snow to talk about and more coming.


Otto Rupno is home nowadays in his own blacksmith shop.


Alvin Dow quite his job at Dan Brook’s and is home nowadays.


Mrs. Nettie Green and Mrs. Cora Dow visited school Tuesday.


Last Thursday the Larkins Club met at Mrs. Mary Fischer’s.  Dan Brooks took a big load of ladies and children over to dinner.  All had a lovely time and enjoyed the big dinner in spite of the cold day.


Last Sunday was a beautiful day and everybody enjoyed it by going visiting.


Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis, Irma Brooks and Pearl Sherman visited at Louis Sherman’s.


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill visited at Emma Brook’s.


Mr. Paul Beil and family, A. Beil and family, Otto Rupno and family visited at Chas. Fenske’s.


Louis Totchere, Carl Hill and Felix Schafer were over to see Gerald Davis


Mr. John Sweet is on the gain, but he is not able to be out of bed yet.


Luther Lindow and wife, and Mrs. Oatman were Marshfield visitors last Monday.




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