News: Fremont (30 Nov 1917)


Surnames: Fenske, Davis, Webster, Hill, Dickerson, Wilcox, Greene, Williams, Housley, Dawes, Dows, Hungerford, Eastman, Tuschscher, Tobie, Ure, Snow, Angel, Hill, Brooks Rupno, Phillips, Wilcox, Mruphy

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/30/1917

Mr. Chas. Fenske, John Davis and Loren Webster went to Tioga last Wednesday to hunt. They came back Friday without any deer. Saturday Chas. And Loren went to Redville with the same results, but Sunday Chas. Went south of Lynn and brought home a big one.

Last Saturday Mr. Fred Hill, Morris Dickerson, Clarence and Waite Wilcox and Russell Greene went to Tioga to stay a few days hunting. They brought back two.

J. Davis sawed wood for Geo. Williams on Tuesday.

Take my advice, when you start out be sure you have enough gasoline to last you home. If you don't think so, ask Dr. Housley.

Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Dawes returned from Rochester, Minn., and visited a few days at Mrs. Dows before returning to Leonia, Wis. Mrs. Dawes' health is not very good.

Mrs. Hungerford will spend Thanksgiving with her brother Ed Eastman and wife.

Louis Tuchscher went driving Sunday. He look lonesome. Better get a partner Louis.

Mrs. Clara Eastman and son came out last Wednesday to see how her brother Ed Tobie's stock was getting along.

Ray Ure is digging a well so as to run his mill this winter in E. Neinas' field at Chili.

Mrs. A. Snow has company - a nephew and wife and baby from Adams County.

Mrs. Dawes Angel's health is very bad. He head and eyes are bothering her.

Mr. and Mrs. Hill and family, Mrs. Emma Brooks, Otto Rupno and family, with Mrs. L. Phillips, helped pick geese last Thursday night at Bessie Davis'. As usual all had a good time with fun and plenty of feathers.

Mr. Murphy of Marshfield High School will give a lecture on dairying in our schoolhouse, District No. 2, Thursday evening, Dec. 6th at eight o'clock. There will be another man with Mr. Murphy from the experiment station at Madison. Everyone is invited. The lecture is free.



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