News: East York and West Fremont (20 Mar 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Downer, Chapel, Moh, Johnson, Converse, Coil, Smith, Handke, Jahr, Wetteson, Bergeman, Dennis, Breese, Gardner

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/20/1914

Mrs. Richard Downer visited at the home of her brother Leo Chapel Thursday.

Neal Downer sawed wood for Ferd. Johnson Saturday.

L.E. Moh took dinner with his sister, Mrs. F. Johnson, Monday.

Florence Converse is helping her sister Mrs. Ed. Coil with her housework for a few days.

Lue Smith bought a cow of L.N. Jensen Tuesday.

The young folks of the neighborhood enjoyed themselves by surprising Grant Johnson Saturday eve.

Joe and Neil Downer have been busy getting ready to make sugar, when the season opens.

The Ladies Birthday Club having found where three birthdays come together.  Mrs. Handke decided to celebrate hers ahead of time.  The Club met at her home Wednesday.

Frank Jahr and Lue Smith shipped a carload of potatoes from Harris Spur last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Wetteson are nicely settled in their new home on the Gus Bergeman farm.

Oscar Jahr and family visited at Lue Smith’s Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jahr and Anna took dinner at Mrs. Amelia Converse’s Sunday.

Mrs. Joel Downer visited at Elmer Dennis’ Sunday afternoon.

Grandma Coil has been very ill the past week.  Her niece Mrs. J. Breese has been assisting in caring for her.  Her condition is slightly improved.

Adelbert Gardner also has one of those nice shiny horns and can make just as much noise as his neighbors.




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