News: Riverside (28 Dec 1917)


Surnames: Davis, Dankemyer, Eibergen, Brown, Krause, Mundt, Pischer, Handke, Spiegelberg, Rollins, Pusheck, Ley, Hankey, Christenson

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 28 Dec 1917

Mr. and Mrs. Wellie Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dankemyer and family took Christmas dinner at Sherman Davis'.

Mrs. John Eibergen remains quite sick.

Alton Davis spent a few days with Ervin Dankemyer.

Mr. and Mrs. Wellie Davis spent Sunday with Jay Brown and family.

Freeman Dankemyer and family spent Christmas with Amelia Krause and family.

Willie Eibergen came home from Tripoli, Wis., where he has been working in camp, to get up his winter's wood and deliver Christmas presents.

Chas. Mundt and Ernest Handke, Paul and Gust Pischer are going to leave for Tripoli the 26th, where they are going to work in camp.

Otto Spiegelberg and family, and Al Christenson and family spent Sunday at Fred Dankemyer's.

John Rollins has received a pure bred Poland China hog from parties at New Osborn. He is a spring pig weighing 250 pounds.

Mr. A. Puscheck sawed wood for Aug. Dankemyer and Ernest Hankey last week.

Mr. A. Ley and son August autoed to Marshfield on Monday.



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