News: Riverside #1 (26 Oct 1917)


Surnames: Ley, Eibergen, Hornick, Duckow, Dankemyer, Rodgers, Mundt, Lee, Muir, Davis, Esch, Kempin, Zorn, Christenson, Bodendorfer, Rollins

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/26/1917

Chas. Ley and Henry Eibergen were Marshfield callers Sunday.

Tony Hornick Jr. and Leonard Duckow autoed to Marshfield Sunday afternoon, taking their best girls with them.

Martin Dankemyer has been on the sick list for a few days this week, but is some better at this writing.

Ike Rodgers did the plastering in Chas. Mundt's new house. Well, Ike, you did a good job, well satisfied.

William Dankemyer called on home folks Monday.

There will be a basket social at School District No. 9 in the town of Fremont, on Oct. 30th, Tuesday evening. Everybody is invited.

Liberty Bond agents are doing big business in this part of the country.

The target shoot at A. Hornick's was well attended. Most everyone go a duck.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dankemyer came down from Colby, Wis. To attend the wedding at Lynn Wednesday of last week, as William Dankemyer is a nephew.

A.F. Dankemyer and E.W. Lee are canvassing the town selling Liberty Bonds this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Muir of Chili are staying with Wellie Davis where Sam is going to cut wood for the winter use.

Anyone wanting stove wood, such as pole wood, scarcely any brush to cut, wood given away to anyone who wants to cut everything as they go. See Fred Dankemyer.

The Riverside Cooperation Cheese Co. is doing a very prosperous business in their factory now, as they are giving all there is in it.





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