News: Riverside (28 Sept. 1939)

Contact: History Buffs


Surnames: Cendt, Nelson, Young, Lenz, Schmidt, Ohlinger, Schmitt, Apfelbeck, Bitters, Thede, Kunze, Micheal, Priere, Klug, Gindt, Cramer


----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 09/28/1939 

Riverside News

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cendt and family attended the funeral of the latter’s aunt at Whitehall Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson of Waupaca were callers at the Jack Young home Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lenz and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schmidt spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Lloyd Young at Auburndale.

Mrs. John Ohlinger and John, Jr., Agnes and Marlene Schmitt and Charles Ohlinger spent Sunday with Arnold Ohlinger and family.

Bernice Apfelbeck spent Sunday afternoon with Mary and Adeline Apfelbeck.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Bitters spent last Sunday afternoon with Leo. Apfelbeck.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Apfelbeck spent Sunday afternoon at the Frank Apfelbeck home.

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Thede and son, Vilas, spent Sunday afternoon with Alvin Schmidt and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kunze and family, Mrs. Joe Kunze and Alberta Ohlinger spent Sunday with sister, M. Micheal, at Bloomer, formerly Veronica Kunze. Also called at Mrs. Wenzel Priere and family at Chippewa Falls and at Mrs. Wenzel Klug at Boyd, returning Monday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Apfelbeck and family spent Sunday at Boyd with the latter’s sister and brother in law, Math Gindt and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Cramer and family were entertained Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bitters at Abbotsford, Wis.



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