News: Eaton - East Side (26 Jan 1928)


Surnames: Lindekugel, Shober, Sloniker, Krokson, Mingle, Lindner, , Kohlnhofer, Beyer, Kerzinher, Erickson, Hafenbraedl, Castner

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 26 Jan 1928

Mr. Will Lindekugel and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Shober.

Mrs. Ross Sloniker was a caller on Mrs. M. Krokson Sunday.

Erwin Mingle and son Harry were callers at B. Lindekugel's Monday.

Mrs. John Shober, son Casper and daughter Betty spend Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kohlnhofer.

Mrs. Arnold Beyer helped Mrs. Sloniker with the work last week as Mrs. Sloniker was not feeling well.

Mrs. Mike Kerzinher of Canada and daughter Anna of Minneapolis arrived Monday for a vist at Lindner's and other old friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lindner and family spent Wednesday evening at Shober's.

Mrs. F.E. Erickson called on Mrs. Bushman Monday.

Fred Hadler of Marshfield was a caller on our cheesemaker Friday.

Mrs. Shober spent Wednesday p.m. with Mrs. Lindner Sr.

Peter Hafenbraedl took on another logging job south of Loyal, near Spokeville.

John Lindner and sister Anna took the Franciscan Sisters to Loyal Sunday afternoon.

Bill Lindekugel is hauling home sand for a cement floor in his barn, which he will make in the spring.

Andrew and Casper Lindner are the lucky farmers, as they can haul milk twice a day, so the mail carrier says, what say?

Erwin Mingle and Harry Castner are hauling cordwood to town the last few days.



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