News: Fremont (6 Feb 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Grabe, Frank, Bigelow, Slover, Meissner, Garbisch, Kleinschmidt, Lindow, Fenski, Hill, Dickerson, Wilcox, Happe, Hallock
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/6/1919
Fremont (6 Feb 1919)
Edwin Grabe left Monday to cut wood for his brother, Fred Frank, of Granton.
C.J. Bigelow delivered two veal calves to Chili Tuesday for shipment.
Vera Slover and Ralph Bigelow spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Meissner.
C.J. Bigelow went to Tioga on business Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Bertha Meissner and Mary Grabe went to see their sister, Mrs. Minnie Garbisch, of Granton Wednesday.
Ed. Kleinschmidt and wife and Luella Kleinschmidt spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Meissner.
C.J. Bigelow worked for Luther Lindow Thursday.
Luther Lindow and family drove out to the Ridge Saturday.
The Y.P. Society met Sunday evening at the Charlie Fenski home. The next meeting will be held at the C.J. Bigelow home Sunday, Feb. 9.
A number of relatives and friends helped Louis Hill celebrate his birthday Friday night. All had a fine time and enjoyed a good lunch.
Maurice Dickerson helped Waite Wilcox butcher Saturday.
Edwin Grabe came home Sunday to spend the day with the home folks and attend the young people’s society.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill and son, Guy, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilcox and children spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Bigelow and family.
Luther Lindow and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Happe and in the evening called on Mr. and Mrs. B.S. Hallock.
Wm. Lindow spent the day Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Mabel Happe.
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