News: West Eaton (02 Sep 1920)
Surnames: Gemmeke, Podobnik, Ozanich, Bostwick, Coleman, Hatton, Seliskar, Lindquist, Roehl, Cleveland, Vedrich, Yartz, Stanley, Bishop, Wilcox, Flagg, Davey, Dimler, Siegler, Berthold
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 02 Sep 1920
Alfred and George Gemmeke Jr. helped Geo. Gemmeke put up his silo Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. Ozanich, Mrs. Jason Bostwick and Mrs. H. Bostwick called on Mrs. Louis Arch Tuesday evening to see the new baby.
Mr. Podobnik put up his silo Tuesday and Wednesday.
Jason Bostwick cut grain the forepart of the week for Mr. Coleman.
F. Hatton is putting a cement floor in Mr. Seliskar's barn.
Miss Ella Lindquist and Mrs. Otto Roehl were calling on old friends in this vicinity Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Cleveland and son Clifford were seen driving on our road Thursday evening.
Frankie Vedrich, who is staying with Mr. Yartz, is on the sick list.
Geo. Gemmeke and daughter Iola were at Ben Stanley's Tuesday morning.
Mr. Bishop and Mr. Wilcox put up a new windmill for Mr. Podobnik on Saturday.
Mr. Hatton and Stryker Flagg built a concrete abutment for Mr. Bostwick's new silo on Saturday.
Mr. A. Davey is home from Eaton Center for awhile as they have stopped threshing. Everyone wants to fill silo.
H. Bostwick is working for Ben Stanley on the silo filler for awhile. They filled for Lou Dimler Saturday.
Frances and Anna Sigler left Friday for Detroit, Mich. During their short stay here they won many friends among the young people, who regret to see them go.
Bernice and Gertrude Davey spent Sunday afternoon with Jennie Podobnik.
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Bostwick spent Sunday at the Berthold home near Tioga.
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