News: Fremont (16 Feb 1917)




Surnames: Hill, Davis, Brooks, Tutschere, Sweet, Dow, Oatman, Neil, McInnis, Sherman, Travien, Rupnow, Koser, Jorgenson, Rupno, Angel, Phillips


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/16/1917


(Last week’s items)


Mail has been uncertain from Tuesday until Saturday of last week and Monday the mail was not on hand.  The 8 a.m. train Monday did not get by until 3 p.m., so of course no mail.  A young man from Nasonville came down to Chili Tuesday to mail some letters, saying their mailman was stuck in a snow bank as they had not seen him for a week.


A large crowd of men from Chili went to Marshfield Monday and Tuesday to help shovel out the tracks in the railroad yard.


Fred Hill and wife and three boys visited at John Davis’ Sunday.


Dan and Emma Brooks did shopping in Chili Wednesday.


Fred Hill entertained wood sawyers Monday.


A snow plow and two engines made the snow fly along the tracks Monday.  The limited was stalled between Ebbe and Cedarhurst, and the 8 out near Neillsville.


Will Tutschere is home nowadays but is not in the best of health.  He will have to go to Marshfield in about a week to have an X-ray put on him to see if all the glands are removed from his neck.


Gernie Sweet is helping Louis Sherman get out wood.


The Royal Neighbor Camp No. 5967 of Chili was invited to Neillsville toa  six o’clock supper, followed by a dance Feb. 7th.


(This week’s items)


A Valentine surprise was held on Mrs. Hetty Dow Wednesday and a good time was had.  A plate lunch was served.  All are wishing Mrs. Dow a lot more Valentines of love and good will.


Mrs. Emma Oatman visited at Phil Travien’s last Sunday.


Last week A. Neil had the bad luck to lose a cow.


Ken McInnis sold his two acres of land and buildings to Otto Rupnow.


Mrs. Julie McInnis went to Progress to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Murphy this week.


Dan and Emma Brooks visited at Herman Koser’s Sunday


Mrs. Henry Jorgenson of Nasonville visited Bessie Davis Sunday.


Otto Rupno is in his own blacksmith shop now, Wednesdays and Fridays.


Mrs. D. Angel, son Donald and daughter Mrs. Wayland Phillips visited at John Davis’ Tuesday.


Wood sawyers were at Davis’ Tuesday and a Louis Sherman’s Wednesday.




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