News: Eaton - East Side (01 Mar 1928)
Surnames: Friske, Kind, Bushman, Mingle, Lindekugel, Lindner, Shober, Swieso, Beaver, Boeckman, Machimeier, Hafenbreadl, Vinger, Erickson, Rahm, Afkend, Klinke
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01 Mar 1928
Mrs. Friske and Miss Heartha Kind spent Sunday p.m. with Mr. and Mrs. Bushman.
Erwin Mingle of Loyal was a caller on Bill Lindekugel Sunday.
Mrs. Erickson is some better at this writing. We hope she will be well again soon. Miss Melva Afkend is doing her housework and taking care of her since Saturday.
Miss Anna Lindner spent Sunday p.m. with Betty Shober.
Paul Lindekugel spent Sunday p.m. with Ted Swieso,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lindner, Mr. and Mrs. Math Lindner Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beaver, Lindner brothers and Anna, and the Shober brothers and Betty all spent Tuesday evening at Bill Beaver's.
Math Lindner's children are all laid up with chicken pox.
Mrs. John Shober called on Mrs. Lindner Saturday. Mrs. Lindner is trouble wit rheumatism on one foot.
Dr. Boeckman was out our way several times last week.
Mr. Machimeier took home some wood from Beaver's woods Saturday.
Bill Beaver and family attended church at Loyal Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hafenbreadl were callers in this neighborhood Friday.
The Franciscan Sisters visited with the Sisters at Loyal Sunday p.m. Casper Shober took them over with the car.
Palmer Vinger was a business caller on Anton Hafenbreadl Friday.
Mrs. John Bushman called to see Mrs. Erickson Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Lindner spent Sunday at E. Klinke's.
Shober Bros. loaded a car of bolts Monday for C. Rahm.
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