News: Gemmeke Settlement (31 Mar 1910)


Surnames: Susa, Furney, Gemmeke, Burrows, Davey, Dimler, Schwarze, Bostwick, Churkey, Duell, Rindfleisch, Tuttle, Weber

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (31 Mar 1910)

Joe Susa has been home for a few days visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Furney visited at Gemmeke's last Sunday.

Mr. Gemmeke Sr. brought home a new range cook stove from the Big Store Saturday.

Mr. Burrows, who has been making maple syrup on his place, left Monday for his home at Tomah.

Mr. Davey has rented Mr. Burrows' place for this year.

Little Elsie Dimler is doing very poorly.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Schwarze are receiving a visit from her mother, Mrs. Rindfleisch, and a brother of Mosinee.

Velma Bostwick returned to her home last Wednesday from Roy Tuttle's where she has been for the past six months.

Albert Susa is working for Lou Weber now days.

Almost everyone has been making maple syrup with very poor results.

George Gemmeke Jr. has been doing some clearing on his land. This looks rather suspicious George.

Henry Bostwick called on Mr. Burrows Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Churkey from near Globe visited with Mr. and Mrs. Furney one day last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Asa Duell visited at Bostwick's Sunday afternoon.




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