News: Riverside (22 Oct 1959)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Loos, Dankemyer, Ammons, Ploman, Farnsworth, Simonson, Mueller, Schroeder, Becker, Lindow, Eppers, Peterson, Kissinger, Rollins, Portz, Mundt, Booth, Todd
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 22, 1959
Riverside (22 October 1959)
The Fremont Homemakers Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Oscar Loos. Three members were absent. Visitors were Mrs. Martin Dankemyer and Mrs. William Dankemyer. Roll call was "Highlights of My Summer." Following the business meeting, Mrs. Clifford Ammons told of her hobby, quilt-making. She showed a number of quilts which she has made over a period of years, most of which were hand-sewn. She talked about the various kinds of quilt patterns and showed pictures of many of them. The club will meet in the home of Mrs. Ed Ploman, November 12.
Mrs. Erwin Farnsworth and son, Darwyn, accompanied by Bruce Simonson of Loyal, have returned from a visited in the Myrtle Mueller and Duane Schroeder homes in Waverly, Ia. Darwyn was sponsor at the baptism of Randall Lee Schroeder, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder, Sunday morning at the chapel of Wartburg College. Dr. C. H. Becker, president of the college, officiated at the service. Duane is a graduate of he college and is on the news staff at the present time. Mrs. Schroeder is the former MaryEllen Mueller of this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lindow, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Eppers, Norman and Esther Peterson and Lelah Farnsworth attended the meeting of Clark Grange Tuesday and assisted with the installation of officers.
Mrs. Alvin Kissinger and Martin Dankemyer, members of the Big Four School board, attended the school board convention in Neillsville Wednesday.
Robert Rollins returned home from Memorial Hospital at Neillsville Wednesday. He had been hospitalized for several days with pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Portz are making their home with Mrs. Charles Mundt, and Freddie is employed in Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Booth and family visited Sunday in the Bert Todd home in Sherwood.
Several families in the area attended open house at Memorial Hospital in Neillsville Sunday afternoon.
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