News: Fremont (2 Nov 1917)


Surnames: Sweet, Tarbox, Fike, Oatman, Yonkee, Boushon, Lindow, Epp, Brooks, Rupno, Ross, Beil, Dow

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/02/1917

Gurney Sweet is home since last week Monday.

Mrs. Elsie Tarbox and son Earl went home last Wednesday to Miles City, Mont.

Quite a number shipped stock at Chili on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fike and 4 boys from near Adrian, Mich., came to visit her mother and other relatives last Friday.

Mrs. Emma Oatman left Tuesday for Beeville, Texas to visit her brother and family for the winter.

Will and Ed Yonkee took two loads of beggies to Marshfield Monday.

John Boushon and brother started for Lindsey with an auto, and when they got south of Chili a ways, John thought walking was good, so went the rest of the way on foot. Of course the road was fine.

Chas. Lindow handed in his resignation as mail carrier for Chili, to take effect Dec. 1st. He has been our mailman so long that it will be hard to find anyone to take his place, as he was liked by everyone on the route.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Epp and children, Buffalo Bill and wife visited at W. Yonkee's Sunday.

Muriel Brooks was home over Sunday.

Young People's meeting at the church in Chili Sunday night at 8 p.m.

Otto Rupno and son are moving a barn for Chas. Ross.

Adolph and Paul Beil are at Potter visiting their parents and to attend the wedding of a sister.

Alvie Dow came home yesterday. He has been working away since last spring.



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