News: Riverside #2 (26 Oct 1917)


Surnames: Ley, Eibergen, Hornick, Dankemyer, Davis, Esch, Kempin, Zorn, Christenson, Bodendorfer, Rollins, Mundt, Kempin, Dall

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

(Last week's items)

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dankemyer visited at Wellie Davis' Sunday evening.

Congressman John J. Esch delivered a very good speech at the Woodman Hall at Chili Wednesday, Oct. 17.

Mrs. Sherman davis and sister Effie of Reedsburg went to Abbotsford Saturday and returned Monday.

Chas. Mundt and Chas. Kempin delivered stock at Chili Tuesday.

Wilie and Henry Eibergen went to Marshfield Monday and returned home with a new harness. Henry says he can put anything that has two ends on it now.

During the absence of Mrs. Davis, Sherman was head cook. He says he is a good cooke, but during this time at cooking he must find some other boarding place.

Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Dankemyer and Fred Dankemyer autoed to Marshfield Monday on business.

Effie Davis of Reedsburg visited her sister Mrs. Sherman Davis a few days last week.

Several from around here attended the sale of Will Zorn's Wednesday.

Albert Christenson and family called on Joe Dall's Sunday.

Elsie Bodendorfer had an operation Monday on her throat. She is slowly gaining.

Charley Ley autoed to Marshfield Sunday.

Grandma Rollins has been on the sick list for a few days.

Henry Eibergen returned from Lidgerwood, N.D., on Thursday.





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