News: Eaton Center (09 Jul 1925)

Contact: Stan
Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Scheuring Korntved, Poirier, Bostwick, Stanley, Kalkofen, Demuth, Kennedy, Scherer, McConnell, Zimmerman, Brecht

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (09 Jul 1925)

Mrs. Scheuring lost some of her young turkeys the other evening.

Soren Korntved is painting his house.

J.B.N. Porier spent Sunday at Globe.

There was a large crowd at the ballgame Sunday.

Most of the people from here spent the 4th at Neillsville.

Mr. and Mrs. Poirier and family spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bostwick.

Everyone is haying now.

Merrill Stanley spent the 4th at home.

Mrs. Herman Kalkofen and daughter Lila called Mrs. Demuth Tuesday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Kalkofen were callers at Globe Tuesday evening.

Velma and Emma Kennedy of Greenwood spent the latter part of the week with their friends Mary and Celia Scherer.

Mrs. Geo. Scherer spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Zimmerman Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. John Demuth spent Sunday at the N.W. Scherer home in Greenwood.

The party of Jim McConnell's Saturday night was attended by a large crowd all report a good time.

A number of friends surprised Mary Scherer Thursday afternoon, the occasion being her 13th birthday. A good time was had by all.

Irene and Lucille Zimmerman of Greenwood spent a few days at the Albert Zimmerman home. Their parents were called away on account of sickness.

Mary and Cecelia Scherer spent Friday at the N.W. Scherer home in Greenwood.

Mr. Frank Brecht spent the past week with his family here.

 

 


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