News: East York & West Fremont (21 Nov 1913)
Surnames: Rhode, Jahr, Gardner, Dennis, Wilke, Berg, Jensen, Waterman, Lee, Davis, Pietenpol, Smith, Morris, Converse, Downer, Bartz, Soles, Erwin, Chapel, Coil, Yankee
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/21/1913
Mrs. Alfred Rhode of East Troy is staying with her cousin Mrs. F. Jahr while Mr. Rhode and Frank are hunting deer.
Miss Anna Gardner is helping Mrs. Elmer Dennis this week.
Chas. Wilke and Mrs. Frank Jahr autoed home Sunday to see their father who was seriously ill last week.
Miss Nettie Berg visited Mrs. L.N. Jensen Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Waterman took dinner at Ara Lee’s Monday.
Henry Pietenpol entertained company from Loyal Sunday.
Sherman Davis and family spent Sunday at Lue Smith’s.
Levi Morris and family spent Sunday at Ara Lee’s.
Arthur Berg and Miss Harriet Pietenpol spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clark Waterman at Chili.
Oscar Jahr and family and Ed Jahr autoed to Loyal Sunday.
Among our successful deer hunters are Hugh Converse, Floyd Pietenpol, Noble Downer, Delbert Gardner and Alfred Bartz.
Maude Smith spent Saturday afternoon and all night with Beatrice Pietenpol.
Mrs. T.F. Lee and Mrs. H. Erwin spent Sunday afternoon at Lue Smith’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Vint Lee of Oconto Falls are visiting relatives here since last week.
Maude Smith stayed last Thursday night at Solon Davis’ with Mariah.
Mrs. Ed Soles and Mrs. Elmer Dennis attended R.N.A. camp at York Center last Wednesday.
Mrs. Howard Erwin visited Mrs. Leo Chapel last Tuesday afternoon.
Ed Coil and family took dinner at Amerlia Converse’s Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Price Lee spent Sunday afternoon at T.F. Lee’s.
L.N. Jensen is canvassing for nursery stock in the vicinity of Colby and points north since Wednesday.
The Oscar Jahr, Leo Chapel and Ernest Yankee families are picking and shipping turkeys this week.
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