News: East York and West Fremont (27 Mar 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Jahr, Salisbury, Converse, Gardner, Smith, Reuter, Lee, Davis, Gardner, Windsor, Johnson, Lee, Erwin, Kintzele, Berg, Chapel, Hiles, Berg, Gerlach 

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/27/1914

Oscar Jahr had the misfortune to lose a cow last Saturday.

Clarence Salisbury, Florence Converse and Anna Gardner visited friends at Nasonville last Sunday.

Frances Smith went to Madison Monday to visit her aunt Mrs. Paul Reuter.

Ernest Lee had dental work done at Neillsville last week Wednesday and took in the pure seed special.

Miss Mariah Davis spent Monday night at Frank Gardner’s.

Mrs. Windsor of York is helping Mrs. Ernest Lee with her household duties.

Dora Johnson and Bessie Gardner went home with Miss Davis Tuesday night.

The Apron Social was very well attended.  Everyone had a pleasant time and the receipts of the evening were $11.25.

Mr. and Mrs. T.F. Lee went to Milwaukee Saturday night for a visit with their daughter Mrs. Howard Erwin.

Dora Johnson Spent Sunday with Carol Davis.

Mildred Kintzele visited her friend Pearl Berg and enjoyed the apron social at the school house Saturday evening.

Leo Chapel and family and John Hiles were callers at Lue Smith’s Sunday.

Frank Johnson’s best girl can hear him coming now, as he bought a motor cycle this week.

Vernon Berg is learning to be a cheese maker with Mr. Gerlach.



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