News: Fremont (13 Apr 1917)
Surnames: Sweet, Rupno, Hungerford, Phillips, Brooks, Williams, Muir, Hoffman, Stickert, Blakeley, Montag, Koser, Hill, Snow, Wilcox, Sherman, Todd, Rustad, Beil, Davis, Tredeau, Davidson, Mundt, Cross, Bertschinger, Breseman, Crego, Epp, Kempin
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/13/1917
(Last week’s items)
Rank Sweet moved in with his father John Sweet and Louis Sherman and wife moved into a part of Waite Wilcox’s house.
Otto Rupno took Mrs. Nettie Hungerford’s sugar bush on shares.
Mrs. Lillie Phillips left Monday for Guerney to visit her son Wayland and wife.
Dan Brooks left Monday for Granton where a sugar bush is waiting for its captain.
Geo. Williams rented Mrs. Hungerford’s farm and is moving in. Calvin Muir intends to buy a farm and as soon as the deal is made, will move there.
Irma Brooks is home from a week’s vacation for East.
A large crowd attended election Tuesday.
Mrs. Jake Hoffman and Mrs. R. Stickert are both at the Marshfield hospital where they underwent operations for appendicitis, and last Monday Mrs. Bertha Blakeley was taken there and operated on that day. Their many friends hope to see them all home soon.
Ernest Montag will rent H. Koser’s place this year.
Louis Hill went to Cadott last Friday night.
(This week’s items)
Miss Lolo Snow came home from Minneapolis for a three week vacation from her duties. She is training for a nurse at Barnabus Hospital.
School will start next Monday.
Bertie Todd was out this way Tuesday.
Calvin Muir has moved over to L. Rustad’s until he can settle on a place to buy.
Ernest Montag is moving ontot he Koser farm which he has rented for this year.
Mrs. Otto Reimer is attending to Mrs. Hoffman’s work while she is in the hospital.
Mr. A. Beil and family visited at John Davis’ Sunday evening.
Mrs. E. Brooks, with her two daughters Irma and Muriel, visited her mother Mrs. Tredeau last Sunday.
Mr. Jim Davidson moved into the house where Mr. Carl Mundt used to live, and Chas. Cross moved into the old Kempin house until his sale next Wednesday, April 18th. R. Epp moved onto the Bertschinger place.
Miss Lily Breseman and Mrs. Mollie Crego were callers at Cedarhurst last Wednesday morning.
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