News: East York & West Fremont (27 Jun 1913)




Surnames: Lee, Salisbury, Jahr, Salisbury, Smith, Wilke, Johnson, Converse, Richter, Handke, Downer, Steuerwald, Berg, Henning


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/27/1913


Dale Lee’s little daughter Guila painfully injured her foot by stepping on a rusty nail Sunday afternoon.


Clarence Salisbury and best fine girl took in the ballgame at Heathville Sunday afternoon.


Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jahr went to Neillsville Friday to see their mother.


Clarence Salisbury and Lue Smith hauled cheese to Chili Friday.


Dale Lee suffered an attack of appendicitis last week but is able to be out again, though not exactly in good health.


Miss Ruth Lee and Marian Smith drove to Lynn Monday afternoon on "business."


Ed Jahr drove to Loyal Saturday to spend several days at his sister’s, Mrs. Steuerwald.


Chas. Wilke motored out to Frank Jahr’s Sunday.


Elsie Johnson taught school for Annette Berg while the latter entertained the measles last week.


Clay Converse and Fergie Richter took another fishing trip Wednesday.  They are sure some "fishermen" according to Clay.


Hugh Converse bought a sulky cultivator of Henning one day last week.


Marian Smith spent Tuesday with Florence Converse.


Fred Handke and family, L. Smith and wife spent Sunday evening at Oscar Jahr’s.


Leona Downer is suffering from a sor hand caused by running a stick into it while working in the ginseng garden.



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