News: Riverside (17 Mar 1960)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Ammons, Loos, York, Tesmer, Schmitz, Kauffman, Knoll, Schnabel, Cain, Carl, Seelow, Nelson, Rennak, Lindow, Farnsworth, Meissner, Lindow, Happe
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) March 17, 1960
Riverside, Hixon Twp., Wisconsin (17 March 1960)
The Fremont Homemaker’s club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Clifford Ammons. Mrs. Oscar Loos, president, conducted the business meeting. Roll call was: "Blunders I made as a Bride." There were many amusing incidents related, and much enjoyed by those present. A donation was made to the Red Cross. The members sewed cancer dressings. All members were present but one, and there were seven visitors, Mrs. Ed York, Mrs. Eldred Tesmer, Mrs. Wm. Schmitz, Mrs. Everett Kauffman, Mrs. Henry Knoll, Mrs. Clarence Schnabel and Mrs. Clifford Ammons, Jr.
Mrs. York, Mrs. Tesmer, Mrs. Schmitz, and Mrs. Knoll joined the club, bringing the membership to 15. The April 14 meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Manford Cain, at which time election of officers will be held.
Herman Carl and Russell Seelow of the Neillsville area have purchased Gerald Nelson’s milk route and are hauling the milk from this area. The milk goes to the Neillsville Milk Products plant.
A special Grange deputy’s meeting was held Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rennak. Members of Fremont Grange attending were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lindow, Mrs. Erwin Farnsworth, Mrs. Harland Meissner and Mrs. Manford Cain. Officers of the National, State, and District Grange spoke on Grange work.
Albert Lindow spent the weekend at Forest Junction and Batavia, and on Sunday attended the 55th wedding anniversary observance of his sister and husband, Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Happe, at Batavia.
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