News: Fremont (20 Apr 1917)

Contact: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org 

Surnames: Fenske, Greene, Hutt, Snow, Davis, Oatman, Travien, Beil, Fenske, Phillips, Blake, Dickerson, Dow, Behling, Kretschmer, Small, Grobe, Bealer, Grego, Hoffman, Blakeley, Voelker, Housley

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/20/1917

Chas. Fenske, with a crew of seven men, was re-shingling his bar Tuesday.

Same Greene is going to build a new barn. Alvin Voelker, with two others, is laying out the timer now.

Joe Hutt was taken so ill Sunday that it was necessary to call Dr. Housley. He pronounced it pneumonia. It is hoped it will be broken up.

Misses Lolo and Glendola Snow visited at John Davisí sugar bush last Thursday.

Mrs. Emma Oatman visited at Mrs. Phil Travien last Sunday.

One day last week Paul Beil started for the factory when his team started to run away. Mrs. A. Beil, who was riding with him, was thrown out with 8 dozen eggs. The horse ran down to Chas. Fenskeís where he stopped them.

Mrs. Jason Phillips left Tuesday to visit Mrs. Mel Blake.

Fred Hill and family visited at John Davisí Sunday.

Russell Greene and wife visited at Morris Dickersonís.

Lucille Dow is home from Marshfield where she has been for a few weeks.

Billie Behling sawed wood for Fred Hill Tuesday and Wednesday.

Mrs. Kretschmer came out from Marshfield to visit her mother Mrs. Small last week Saturday.

Last Friday Mrs. Grobe and Mary, Mrs. Will Bealer, Mrs. Will Grego, and Bessie Davis visited Marshfield Hospital to see Mrs. Hoffman and Mrs. Blakeley.

 

 

 

 

 


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