News: Fremont (20 Jul 1917)
Surnames: Stewart, Hill, Wilcox, Tuchscher, Hutt, Croell, Tarbox, Oatman, Miller, Oens, Kaddatz, Sweet, Hungerford, Jurgenson
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 07/20/1917
Allen Stewart, an old resident of this place, was around this way visiting old friends and relatives.
Haying is all the rage nowadays.
Fred Hill is entertaining a sister and son from Beloit.
Larkins Club meets with Nettie Wilcox Wednesday.
Louis Tuchscher from New Auburn came down Monday. He was accompanied by Morris Hutt, John Hutt’s little boy.
Miss Lena Croell, who was home from Appleton for a short visit, returned Sunday night.
Mr. W. Croell, an inmate of the insane asylum at Marshfield, is home on a short visit.
Cecil Tarbox of Miles City, Mont., came Monday for a visit to his grandma Emma Oatman.
Mrs. Una Miller and two sons of Marshfield came out Sunday and went home Monday with Harry Owens and wife, who drove over to Marshfield with her.
Gust Kaddatz has his barn painted red and a garage being built.
John Sweet is still very sick.
Mrs. Nettie Hungerford visited at Cedarhurst Wednesday.
The Nasonville Aid meets at Mrs. H. Jurgenson’s July 26th. Everybody is invited to come.
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