News: Fremont (28 Dec 1917)
Surnames: Hungerford, Tucker, Lenhardt, Greene, Sweet, Brooks, Wendorf, Lindow, buck, Behling, Brooks, Hill, Snow, Webster, Rider, Todd, Davis, Angel, Jurgenson, Waterman
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 28 Dec 1917
A Happy New Year to all.
Mrs. Nettie Hungerford left last Thursday to spend a couple of months at her daughter's, Mrs. Tucker at Shawano.
Henry Lenhardt and wife visited hsi daughter and family Mrs. Clara Sweet last Wednesday.
Russell Greene went to Woodstock, Ill. to spend Christmas.
Esther Brooks came home from Whitewater, Wis., where she is attending school, last Saturday for a 2 week vacation.
The sudden changes in weather has made every one guess as to what is coming next. But most people are guessing whether they will stand up or fall down.
Our good agent Mr. A. Wendorf is taking a vacation. Hope to see him back in his old place soon.
Luther Lindow was soliciting for the Red Cross Saturday.
Robert Buck is home for a few days' furlough.
Chas. Behling is also home on a 5 day furlough. Chas. Look as though camp life agreed with him.
Dan Brooks had a fine Christmas box of fruit shipped to him by Henry Brooks of Fresno, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill entertained a house full of company Christmas day. Of course a good time was had.
Glen Snow and family ate Xmas dinner at E.A. Webster's.
Leon Rider, son of Mrs. Rider, spent Xmas with his mother at Mr. Webster's.
Bertie Todd was out to Brooks' for Christmas.
J. Davis and family spent Xmas at Henry Jurgenson's at Nasonville.
The friends of Mrs. Angel are very sorry to hear that her eye is no better.
Dec. 22nd a program and Xmas tree were given in Fremont District No. 2, Jay Waterman teacher. The schoolhouse was packed to its capacity. The children did fine in all the plays and songs, which showed what careful training and practice can do. Of course after the program Santa Claus came in and delivered sacks and presents, among them a shirt set consisting of cuff buttons, tie clasp and stick pin the children had bought for their teacher.
Dec 25th, a Xmas tree and program were given in the Chili Church. The church was packed to the doors. Old Santa Claus took a trip around the world before he left.
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