News: Fremont (08 Jun 1917)
Surnames: Brooks, Oatman, Rollins, Breseman, Schuster, Prust, Albrecht, Reichert, Neinas, Mallory, Davis, Brooks, Greene, Wilcox, Dickenson, Jorgensen, Hill, Sternitzky, Webster
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/08/1917
The June flood is with us again.
Miss Esther Brooks is expected home Wednesday from Whitewater.
Mrs. Emma Oatman went up Tuesday to visit at John Rollin’s family.
Mrs. Henry Breseman of Chili is very sick with cancer of the bowels.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schuster and children of Stratford came back with Mrs. Prust Sunday. Tona returned Monday a.m., but the Mrs. And children will stay for a longer visit.
Miss Lottie Albrecht is to return to L.A. Reichert’s store clerking. Miss Adelaide Neinas resigned as she was needed at home.
Decoration Day was observed at Chili as usual. On account of the rain no one went to the cemetery in the a.m. The W.C.T.U gave a 15 cent lunch at the M.E. Church, and the program was held at the M.W.A. Hall. Rev. Wilson Mallory was the speaker followed by a fine program from the children of Fremont District No. 2 and Chili school. The Sternitzky band and Mr. Webster on the snare drum, by the choir and schools, furnished music. The Boy Scouts took quite a part. Afterwards they went to the graveyard and decorated the graves of the soldiers.
Gerald Davis returned from Taconite Tuesday for a short visit home.
Mr. Dan Brooks and Emma Brooks, John Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jorgenson and Ruth were Marshfield visitors on Tuesday.
Mr. Russell Greene and wife, Waite Wilcox and wife, with Morris Dickenson and family, went up near Loyal for a pleasure trip and picnic dinner.
Fred Hill and wife and two sons, with Helen and Home Wilcox, autoed to Cadott last Sunday. Gay Hill returned by train on Monday. I don’t know if the rest came or not. It has rained since.
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