News: Riverside (3 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Cole, Christenson, Kempin, Portz, Ley, Drake, Dankemyer, Hankey, Mundt, Lewis, Davis, Eibergen, Vandomelin, Reinheimer, Spiegelberg
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/03/1917
Guy Cole visited at A.C. Christenson’s Sunday.
Otto Kempin and family, Herman Portz and family autoed to Milladore in search of blueberries last week Thursday. They report not very good picking, as they were not ripe yet.
Andrew Ley autoed to Marshfield one day last week.
Nat Drake came down from Maplehurst last week.
The heavy wind and rain did the worst in this vicinity last Tuesday. Crops are nearly ruined. Small grain and corn suffered the most. It is flat to the ground.
Aug. Dankemyer and family called at Ernest Hankey’s Sunday night.
Carl Mundt Sr. left for Superior where he expects to visit with his son John for some time.
The sharp edge of an ax came in contact with Fred Dankemyer’s foot Tuesday. It seems the ax was the hardest, so the result was a cut foot.
Anyone knowing of good blueberry picking make it known to our Editor, as he will be good enough to publish same, so we all may get a few if we know of some to pick.
Al Christenson has a crew of carpenters at work on his house so it won’t be long when we will see a fine house erected at this farm.
Walter Drake and family visited at Wellie Davis’ Sunday.
Geo. Lewis called at Sherman Davis’ Sunday.
Jennie and Willie Eibergen visited at Fred Dankemyer’s Sunday.
Mrs. John Vandomelin returned home Friday from Stanley where she was visiting last week.
Chas. Ley is working for Wm. Reinheimer in the town of Sherman entertaining the hay fields.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dankemyer visited at Otto Spiegelberg’s Sunday evening.
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