News: Eaton Center (05 Jan 1933)
Surnames: Bradley, Scherer, Kohlnhofer, Asplin, Rohde, Potter, Susa, Syth, Hall, Carteron, Demuth
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 05 Jan 1933
Dick Bradley was a Marshfield caller Wednesday.
Miss Cecelia Scherer spent a few days with Barbara Kohlnhofer.
Herbert Asplin of Christie helped the Scherer boys saw wood a couple of days.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rohde and family spent Sunday at the Geo. Scherer home.
Mrs. Geo. Scherer and Mrs. Lester Carteron visited with Mrs. Demuth Tuesday.
Miss Marie Potter and nephew Edward are spending a week in Milwaukee with relatives and friends.
Albert Susa of West Eaton was a caller at the Vern Syth home Monday.
Services on Sunday night in Eaton Center School are well attended. An interesting musical program will be given Sunday night. The sermon is entitled, "A Thousand Years of Live or Death." This message is of vital importance. Come, even if you must cancel some other engagement. (Claude E. Hall, Minister)
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