News: Riverside (2 Nov 1917)


Surnames: Baxter, Housley, Hotchkiss, Mundt, Christenson, Dankemyer, Spiegelberg, Eibergen, Kempin

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/02/1917

A very serious accident happened last Tuesday afternoon on the Wallace Baxter farm. While cutting wood with a circle saw, Mr. Baxter came in contact with the saw, owing to the table giving way, with the result that his left arm was cut to shreds. Dr. Housley was called and he took the man to the hospital where the arm had to be amputated.

Mrs. Betsy Hotchkiss' auction on Monday was well attended in spite of the cold weather.

Chas. Mundt and family, Albert Christenson and family, Hannah Dankemyer, Fred Dankemyer and family took dinner at Spiegelberg's Sunday.

Willie Eibergen went to Marshfield one day last week.

Willie Hotchkiss, a son of Mrs. Betsy Hotchkiss, was up from Milwaukee to attend the sale.

Basket social at District No. 9 was well attended. Proceeds were about $15.00.

Miss Mable Kempin called at Phil Spiegelberg's Sunday.

Willie Dankemyer came out from Lynn to help his father with threshing on Monday.



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