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




Surnames: Elliott, Lee, Irving, Churchill, Kemmeter, Gardner, Converse, Schmidtke, Smith, Rath, Dennis, Davis, Johnson, Tyler, Kempin, Tremelling, Pietenpol


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/31/1913


Cy Elliott of Harmony, Minn. spent several days at T.F. Lee’s last week.  He is a cousin of Mr. Lee’s whom he had not seen for 55 years.  They both were very young at that time.


From a letter to home folks we get the following: Mr. and Mrs. R. Irving, so recently Ruth Lee, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Will Churchill, more recently Edna Kemmeter, at 8 o’clock dinner, last Saturday evening at their home in Milwaukee.


The Misses Anna Gardner and Florence Converse spent Saturday afternoon and evening at Neillsville.


Ernest Schmidtke finished the mason work at Lue Smith’s last week and returned to his home in Heathville.


Florence Converse is helping Mrs. Rath with her house work.


Mrs. Elmer Dennis was quite sick last week but is some better at this writing, and has not got the measles as was first reported.


Miss Mariah Davis will give her scholars a Halloween party next Friday night.


Miss Anna Gardner is helping Mrs. Dale Lee this week.


Grant Johnson returned from Montana last week, where he spent the summer.  And a fine healthy county it must be to judge by his looks.


Florence Converse ate "duck dinner" at Frank Gardner’s Sunday.


Mrs. Dale Lee spent Saturday at the county seat.


Mrs. Fred Tyler has been very ill with measles but is recovering.


Miss Kempin of Chili is doing the house work for Mrs. Tyler during her convalescence.


Mrs. Ernest Lee and son Wenzel spent Sunday at Jim Tremelling’s in York.


Miss Vera Pietenpol is taking care of Mrs. Dennis’ household this week.




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