News: East York & West Fremont (7 Nov 1913)




Surnames: Jensen, Scharf, Downer, Lee, Converse, Brooks, Smith, Swanson, Gardner, Hayden, Jahr, Yankee, Chapel, Erwin, Davis, Wilkie, Rath


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/07/1913


L.N. Jensen has been re-shingling his house and making some other improvements.


Will Scharf’s baby Nina fell from a chair and broke her arm last Friday.  She was taken at once to Dr. Rath.


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downer visited a son Monday.


Hugh Converse assisted Charles Books filling silo Friday and Saturday.


Lue Smith sold a three years old mare to Hugo Swanson for $200 last Tuesday.


Frank Gardner did mason work at Chas. Hayden’s last week.


The Oscar and Frank Jahr families spent Tuesday evening at Ernest Yankee’s.


Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chapel and Rob Chapel spent Sunday afternoon at Richard Downer’s.


Mrs. Howard Erwin (we apologize for misspelling of the name last week) of Milwaukee is making a several weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.F. Lee.


Miss Mariah Davis gave her scholars a delightful Halloween party last Friday evening at her home in York.  The rooms were appropriately decorated with witches and black cats and lighted with pumpkin jacks.  After a merry time with games, guessing contests and a bounteous supper, the little folks were returned safe and sleepy at their home.


Mrs. Melvina Converse is keeping house for Clay Converse for a couple of weeks.


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jahr and children autoed to C. Wilkie’s Sunday and spent the day with relatives.


Clay Converse entertained about 25 neighbors at a husking bee Monday evening.  A jolly good time was reported.


Mrs. Howard Erwin spent Sunday afternoon and evening at Mrs. Amelia Converse’s.




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