News: Eaton Center (30 Apr 1925)


Surnames: Poirier, Kalkofen, Beecher, Roehl, Demuth, Miller, Ampe, Lindner, Zimmerman, Syth, Willis, Potter, Scherer, Christie, McConnell, Voight, Bright

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (30 Apr 1925)

Mrs. Poirier was a caller at the Kalkofen home Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Kalkofen were callers at the Beecher home Sunday evening.

Mrs. Roehl and Mr. and Mrs. Demuth motored to Chili Sunday and visited at the John Miller home.

The Misses Clara Demuth and Margaret Ampe visited Sunday with Miss Anna Lindner.

Mrs. Zimmerman called on Mrs. Kalkofen Thursday afternoon.

Homer Potter and sister Miss Mary were business callers at George Scherer's Saturday.

Mrs. Geo. Scherer and Miss Chistina Kalkofen called on Mrs. Demuth Friday afternoon.

We notice quite a few new dances stepped off at the party Saturday night.

A number of the neighbors went joy riding Tuesday evening and all report a fine time.

Ernest Christie motored to the Eau Claire River Sunday and reports the blueberry crop good over there this year.

A large crowd attended the party at Jim McConnell's Saturday night, all reported a good time.

The Greenwood Parochial school boys played ball with Loyal boys Sunday. The score was 15 to 16 in favor of Greenwood.

Mr. and Mrs. John Demuth were Loyal callers Saturday.

Mrs. Julius Voight spent Monday evening with Mrs. Kalkofen.

A large crowed attended the factory meeting which was held at the cheese factory Monday evening.

Mrs. Geo. Scherer called on Mrs. Bright Monday evening.

Mrs. Jim McConnell spent Saturday with Grandma McConnell.



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