(21 Aug. 1913)
Surnames: Dickinson, Ramsay, Ohlinger, Weix, Swan, Dankmyer, Hagan, Schraufnagle, Hank
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 08/21/1913
Riverside - Aug. 21, 1913
Little Berle Dickinson has the measles.
Next Sunday is Rev. Ramsay’s last Sunday with us.
John Ohlinger started out with the threshing machine this week.
Mrs. Earl Dickinson took her little girl to Abbotsford to see the doctor, Monday.
Mike Weix drove out to the farm Monday to see if the potatoes and corn were ripe.
Mrs. Laura Swan started for Milwaukee Monday, to visit her son Adam and family.
J. A. Dankmyer and Mr. Hagan were up and helped Casper Hank put on the new feeder.
A few of his neighbors did a little threshing with John Ohlinger’s threshing machine, Monday.
Frank Schraufnagle and family spent Sunday evening with Norbert Schraufnagle’s family.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dankmyer and son of the town of Colby, visited with John Dankmyer and family Sunday.
J. A. Dankmyer will tend separator for Casper Hank, this fall, they will start up the machine Wednesday morning.
The Ladies’ Aid of Riverside will give an ice cream social at Riverside, Friday evening, Aug. 22. Invitations are extended to all.
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