News: East York-W.
Fremont (6 Sept. 1935)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Erwin, Lee, Baysinger, Johnson, Converse, Eide, Galbreath, Chapel, Bundy, Smith, Beekcler, Downer, Kobs, Fuller, VanRyn, Sternitzky, Struble, Confield, Vandeberg
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 6 Sept. 1935
East York-W. Fremont
Miss Beulah Erwin spent Tuesday at the Asa Lee home.
Mrs. Gilmore Baysinger and mother called at the Grant Johnson, Ara Lee and C. Converse homes Wednesday afternoon.
Several families from this community attended the Clark County fair Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eide spent Saturday at Neillsville assisting the Harry Eide family with moving from the Sweet Shop.
Mrs. M. Galbreath and daughter of Wisconsin Rapids called at the Converse home Thursday morning. They were enroute to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chapel to spend the day.
Miss Winnifred Bundy of Madison spent the past week visiting at the home of her sisters, Mrs. L. Smith.
Mrs. Orra Beeckler spent Saturday night and Sunday at the E. A. Beeckler home at Granton.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lee and daughter Edna were Sunday visitors at the home of his brother, Ara Lee.
It is reported that Joel Downer has sold his farm home to a party from Nasonville. Good luck, Joe.
The Hugo Kobs family and Mrs. Ara Lee were Marshfield shoppers Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. E. Fuller spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. L. A. Converse.
Hugo Kobs and family and Less Todd and family attended Marshfield fair Sunday evening.
Mrs. Susan Van Ryn spent the past few days at the home of her brother Fred Sternitzky and family.
Mrs. Struble who visited with her daughter, Mrs. G. Baysinger the past two weeks returned to her work at Sioux Rapids, Iowa, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ara Lee called at the Marvin Eide home Sunday evening.
Mrs. L. A. Converse and Mrs. E. Fuller called on Mrs. E. Confield and Mrs. Melvina Downer Sunday afternoon finding both much improved in health.
Mr. and Mrs. Ara Lee attended a shower at the Dale Lee home Friday evening for Mr. and Mrs. John Vandeberg.
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