News: East York & West Fremont (5 Dec 1913)




Surnames: Lee, Davis, Downer, Jahr, Johnson, Chapel, Coil, Rath, Dennis, Zwick, Erwin, Hankey, Tyler, Converse


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 12/05/1913


Mrs. Dale Lee, accompanied by her sister, Miss Ora Davis, went to Milwaukee Sunday night to consult a specialist in regard to her health.


Neal Downer sawed wood for F. Jahr Tuesday and Wednesday.


Miss Mariah Davis is boarding at Ernest Lee’s during her sister’s absence.


Dora Johnson stayed all night with Maude Smith Tuesday.


The Leo Chapel family, Hugh Converse and Mrs. Amelia Converse spent Sunday at Ed Coil’s.


Miss Mariah Davis has placed her organ in the school room and has begun to drill the scholars for a short program for Christmas Eve, when there is to be a Christmas tree at the schoolhouse.


Heron Davis has been quite seriously ill for the past week.  Dr. Rath is attending him.


Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee and little son Wenzel went to Marshfield last Friday to consult an oculist about Wenzel’s eyes.


Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dennis and Fred visited Sunday at Fred Zwick’s.


Ben Erwin of Kilbourn is visiting at T.F. Lee’s this week.


Lue Smith and family took dinner at Fred Hankey’s Sunday.


Little Elmer Johnson was quite ill last week, but is all right again.


Miss Elsie Johnson came home for Thanksgiving and visited school on Friday.


Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee called on dr. and Mrs. Rath Sunday afternoon.


Fred Tyler’s little son was taken to Marshfield Wednesday for an operation on his ears.  He has been deaf since recovering from the measles.




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