News: Fremont (31 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Ure, Oatman, Shafer, Kaddatz, Beil, Wilhelm, Books, Schwamb, Davis, Wilcox, Hill, Pultz, Hungerford, Stuck, Clark, Phillips, Behling, Sicklinger
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/31/1917
The Ure threshing crew was around this week threshing.
Monday Mrs. Emma Oatman left for a visit at Stevens Point and Felix Shafer left for Wausau to be an agent for a farm paper.
Gustave Kaddatz and family and sister Mrs. Minnie Beil left last week for Hortonville to visit relatives. They went by auto.
Miss Margaret Wilhelm of Marshfield is visiting at the Misses Brooks.
Miss Alice Schwamb of Tioga returned home Tuesday, after a visit at Cedarhurst. Esther Davis went back with her for a visit.
Mrs. Bert Wilcox is visiting Mrs. Hill, her sister and her two sons and families will return home to Greenwood this week.
Mr. Pultz moved into his new house Tuesday.
Miss Elda Happe, Miss Alice Schwamb, Miss Margaret Wilhelm were entertained at the Books home Monday afternoon by a marshmallow toast and other nice things.
Miss Nellie Hungerford is visiting at Colby and is expected home Thursday.
Ladies Aid will meet at Mrs. Henry Stuck’s next Wednesday, Sept. 5. Everybody is invited.
Lindsey Clark and wife, Dottie Phillips and Chas. Behling are taking in the sights at Milwaukee, Chicago and other points this week.
The young people have a program next Sunday night int eh church at Chili. Everybody is invited to come.
John Sicklinger had the bad luck last week to find one of his cows with a broken leg. She got caught in the root of a tree.
Karl Hill, son of Fred Hill of this place, enlisted in Canada and si now a member of the Canadian engineers. He expects to sail for Europe early next month.
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