News: Riverside (13 Jul 1917)
Surnames: Ley, Reinwandt, Christenson, Dankemyer, Happe, Blacksidge, Davis, Muir, Rodgers, Beilke, Krause
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 07/13/1917
Andrew Ley has bought a new Chevrolet car at Neillsville this week. Good work, Andrew, we all like to see you in line with the rest of the car owners.
Andrew Reinwandt, the road boss in District No. 6, has about completed the new pike running north of Fremont Town Hall. We expect this is as good a piece of road for a dirt road as any in the country.
Al Christenson’s mother, who lives at Loyal, is very low at this writing.
Freeman Dankemyer, while starting the gas engine at the factory, hurt his right arm very badly. The engine kicked back and nearly broke his wrist.
W.R. Happe and Fred Dankemyer installed a new Delaval cream separator at the Riverside factory Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Christenson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dankemyer called at St. Joseph’s Hospital at Marshfield last Sunday to see Mrs. Roy Blocksidge, who was hurt in the motorcycle accident near Marshfield July 4th. She is getting along as well as can be expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Wellie Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Muir, with Mr. Rodgers went to Hatfield Saturday, returning Monday.
The barn dance at Chas. Beilke’s was well attended Saturday night. There was a very large crowd from Heintown, Veefkind and other distant place.
Miss Lizzie Krause assisted Mrs. Freeman Dankemyer inn her household duties last week. Her brother Emil was there also building a garage for Freeman’s new Ford, which he expects any day.
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