News: East York - West Fremont (9 Jan 1935)
Contact:Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Wilcox, Johnson, McGinnis, Handke, Gardner, Wright, Berg, Pietenpol, Salzer, Sternitzky, Bartz, Dudei, Beeckler, Tyler, Osgood, Downer, Bartsch
----Source: The Granton Herald (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) January 9, 1935
East York - West Fremont (9 January –1935)
Grant Wilcox is assisting with the farm chores at the Waite Wilcox home, Chili, while they are in the southern part of the state.
Mrs. Grant Johnson’s sister, Mrs. McGinnis and daughter, have been visiting at the Grant Johnson home.
Frances Handke called on Dorothy Gardner Friday afternoon.
Several ladies of the Homemakers Club practiced at the high school Saturday afternoon for the quilt pageant they expect to give at the January Parent Teachers meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wright called at the Carl Bartsch home Wednesday evening.
The Community Club will meet the last Thursday night of the month instead of each Thursday night.
The A. O. Berg family, were Sunday dinner guests at the Floyd Pietenpol home.
Mrs. John Salzer and son Edward Robert of Wausau are visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Art Berg.
Miss Ruth Sternitzky spent Tuesday afternoon and overnight with Irene Bartz and other friends in Granton.
Mrs. Fred Sternitzky and son Otto assisted Mrs. Sternitzky’s sister, Mrs. Dudei, Friday.
Allen Beeckler returned to Madison Friday morning after spending several days with friends and relatives here.
The local Homemakers Club met at the Fred Tyler home New Year’s Eve for their annual party. Bunco was played. Prizes were won by Allen Beeckler, Hope Osgood, Grant Wilcox and Frances Handke. A jolly time was reported with a lunch at midnight.
George Downer and Roy Wright were Neillsville callers Saturday.
The Carl Bartsch family spent Sunday with relatives.
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