News: East York &West Fremont (2 Jan 1914)
Surnames: Johnson, Gardner, Winn, Dennis, Davis, Coil, Downer, Baker, Converse, Yankee, Berg, Fenske, Smith, Kurth, Brooks, Lee, Jahr, Wonser, Ross
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/02/1914
Fernando Johnson is taken an enforced rest, having hurt his foot quite badly in loading logs one day last week.
Mrs. Frank Gardner is ill with the measles. Some of the children have the same disease and some are just recovering. Frank himself being the only one of the family who had had them before.
Clifford Winn and family visited at Elmer Dennis’s Sunday.
Mrs. Amelia Davis had wood sawyers Tuesday.
A baby daughter came to gladden the home of Ed. Coil last Tuesday. Mother and baby are doing fine.
Neal Downer and family ate turkey dinner at Jim Baker’s Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Free Converse returned from a several months visit with their daughter at Terre Haute, Ind., last Monday.
Little Ermo Yankee is on the sick list this week.
Mrs. Hugh Berg, Mrs. C. Fenske and Miss Anetta Berg, called on Miss Marion Smith Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Robert Kurth visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. F. Johnson. The ladies were school mates and greatly enjoyed talking over old times.
Hugh Converse and Frances Smith were callers at Chas. Brooks’ Sunday afternoon.
Frances Smith stayed with Elsie Johnson Tuesday night.
The new Birthday Club met with Mrs. Ernest Lee on Tuesday to help Mrs. Dale Lee celebrate her 26th birthday. Each member brought a quilt block and many hands soon completed a nice quilt. All enjoyed the good dinner and good time, and plans were made for more of both soon.
Marion Smith returned to her duties at Trinity Hospital, Milwaukee, Sunday night.
E.R. Wonser purchased cattle of Lue Smith and the Jahr Boys Tuesday.
Little Elmer Johnson is very sick this week, with abscess in both ears. Dr. Ross is attending him.
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