News: Riverside (2 July 1931)

Contact: Marsha Hosfeld

Surnames: Brown, Cendt, Leslie, Pederson, Merwin, Loucks, Provinski, Boyer, Klienstick, Lindberg, Marquardt, Zimbal, Goelden, Prosser, Kreger, Mantor

----Source: ABBOTSFORD TRIBUNE (Abbotsford, Clark Co., WI) 2 July 1931

RIVERSIDE NEWS - July 2, 1931

Miss Myrtle Brown is on the sick list.

George Cendt loaded a car with hay at Abbotsford Tuesday.

Matt and Sarah Leslie of Dorchester, called at the George Cendt home Sunday afternoon.

The George Cendt family called on the Gus Pederson family in Colby Saturday evening.

Mrs. Anna Merwin and Mrs. Lemuel Loucks and children called on Mrs. Frank Provinski Tuesday afternoon.

The Chas. Boyer, Louie Klienstick and John Lindberg families spent Monday evening at the Chas. Brown home.

Henry Marquardt from Minnesota, visited his sister Mrs. Albert Zimbal, then went on to Sheboygan to visit his mother last week.

Charley and Richard Brown and Frank Goelden drove to Wabeno Thursday where they enjoyed fishing returned home Saturday.

The Riverside Ladies Aid Society will be entertained by Mrs. Francis Prosser at her home in Abbotsford Wednesday afternoon, July 8th.

Mrs. Clarence Kreger and two children of Milwaukee, and Margaret Mantor arrived Monday morning to spend their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mantor.



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