News: East York& West Freemont (13 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Shepperd, Lee, Davis, Sternitzky, Todd, Dennis, Gardner, Converse, Kemmeter, Osgood, Scharf, Chapel, Richter, Pepin, Garbisch, Bundy, Smith

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/13/1914

Mrs. Shepperd is suffering an attack of rheumatism.

Mrs. Ernest Lee and little son Wenzel are both on the sick list.

There was no school Friday.  Miss Davis attended the institute at Neillsville.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sternitzky are the happy parents of a baby Girl born Sunday.

Ernest Todd spent Friday evening at Elmer Dennis.

Miss Anna Gardner visited Thursday and Friday with Florence Converse.

Free Converse bought a house of P.J. Kemmeter known as the Myron Osgood house, last Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. Converse will take possession of their new home soon.

Will Scharf had the misfortune to lose a cow last week.

Ed and Fred Dennis went to Eau Claire last week to see their mother at the hospital there.  They report her doing as well as can be expected after a critical operation.

 Last Wednesday Mrs. Free Converse was very thoroughly surprised by her neighbor women who brought their dinner and a token of good will for a remembrance, a very enjoyable day for hostess and her guests.

About 20 of the young people of the neighborhood gathered at the F. Richter home last Saturday evening and enjoyed an oyster supper and a general good time with games and cards.

A free Bible lecture will be given by R. Pepin of Appleton, Wis., at the Garbisch school house Saturday evening, Feb 14th at 7:30.  Subject: The two phases of God’s Kingdom of the glorious hope of the Gospel.  A lecture will also be given at the new school house one mile north of Harris Spur Sunday afternoon at two o’clock.  Everybody is invited.  No collection.

Miss Winifred Bundy, a sister of Mrs. Lou Smith, who teaches in the Beloit Business College had the misfortune last Friday to break her wrist through a fall.




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