News: East York & West Fremont (31 Jan 1913)


Surnames: Coil, Converse, Berg, Smith, Pietenpol, Lee, Yankee, Gerlach, Chapel, Jensen, Davis, Cole, Tyler


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  01/31/1913


Mrs. Ed Coil and children spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Amelia Converse.


Miss Nettie Berg visited Frances Smith Wednesday afternoon.


Miss Harriet Pietenpol and Miss Florence Converse did shopping in Neillsville Thursday.


Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee spent Friday evening at Lue Smith’s.


Dale Lee and family visited Ernst Yankee Sunday.


Cheesemaker Gerlach raised a barn Monday, all the neighbors assisting.


One would think from the number of fox hunters that Poor Reynard had a small show for his life.  He seems to be more than a match for dogs and men and is still leading in the merry chase.


T.F. Lee transacted business at Chili Tuesday.  Mrs. Lee accompanied him as far as Leo Chapel’s where she stopped to spend the day.


Mrs. Lawrence Jensen spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Homer Davis.


The Mesdames Ara and Ernest Lee attended a meeting of the Royal Neighbors at Chili Wednesday.


The Mesdames Fred Cole and Hale Davis visited at Free Converse Tuesday.


Mrs. Amelia Converse had dental work done in Neillsville Wednesday.  Mrs. F. Converse accompanied her.


Fred Tyler is hauling logs to the mill at Harris Spur.  He intends to remodel his barn this summer.



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