News: Riverside (21 Dec 1917)


Surnames: Knoll, Dankemyer, Eibergen, Abbot, Van Domlin, Christensen, Happe, Robinson, Millholen, Ketel, Mundt, Spiegelberg

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Dec 1917

Tuesday morning we saw a swift moving light going southward, thinking it might be an airship seen at East Lynn. We took notice finally as it came to a stop. Upon investigating we found it was H.A. Knoll with his Ford car and no gasoline. He says the blame thing would not run on its reputation. So stopping at Aug. Dankemyer's he bought some gasoline and then journeyed on. Now Hank, you must remember all cars run on gasoline and Fords to too.

Mrs. John Eibergen has been on the sick list for several days. Dr. Housley has been attending her.

Dr. Abbot was called to John Van Domlin's Tuesday to attend a sick horse.

August Dankemyer and family entertained company from Sheboygan last week.

Albert Christensen and family have moved into their dandy bungalow that they built this summer.

Carl Happe sawed wood for John Robinson a few days last week.

A large number of the neighbors took in the auction sale at Dell Millholen's Saturday.

Paul Ketel, formerly of this place, has enlisted in Uncle Sam's Navy.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dankemyer and Jennie Eibergen spent Sunday at Chas. Mundt's.

Carl Happe sawed wood for Chas. Mundt a few days.

Albert Christensen and family, Hannah and Willie Dankemyer spent Tuesday evening at Fred Dankemyer's.

Grandma Dankemyer called on Mrs. Otto Spiegelberg Sunday.



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