(30 Apr. 1914)
Surnames: Schmitt, Ohlinger, Peterson, Schilling, Dickinson, Kurtz, Knaack, Schraufnagle, Kyle, Cramer, Dankemeyer, Merwin, Provinske, Stanard, Rupert, Prosser
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 04/30/1914
Riverside - Apr. 30, 1914
Eddie Schmitt visited with his parents over Sunday.
Theresa Ohlinger visited school Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Walter Peterson visited last Friday with Mrs. Prosser.
Mr. and Mrs. Schilling visited Sunday at Frank Schraufnagle’s.
Earl Dickinson is doing carpenter work for Frank Kurtz this week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Knaack Tuesday morning, two little girls.
Frank Schraufnagle visited Thursday evening with J. A. Dankemeyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmitt visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schmitt.
Mrs. Earl Dickinson and Goldie Kyle spent Monday with Mrs. A. L. Cramer.
Mrs. Earl Dickinson visited with Mrs. J. A. Dankemeyer, Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Merwin, Jr. visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Provinske.
Wayland Stanard visited part of last week with Frank Rupert’s family at Phillips.
Mrs. Peter Schmitt returned home Tuesday after spending a week with her daughter Mary at Athens.
J. A. Dankemeyer and Lawrence Ohlinger visited Sunday afternoon with Allie and Eddie Schmitt.
The Ladies’ Aid of Riverside will meet Wednesday, May 13, with Mrs. Earl Dickinson. Everybody invited.
Henry Schraufnagle returned to Colby, Monday, after spending the winter with his brothers in Glidden.
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